Some guests are harder to describe than others. Take today’s invitee, for example. How should we summarize his CV?
A teacher. A trainer. A recruiter? A coach? How about a juggler, or an actor? An artist. A calligrapher. What about a filmmaker, programmer, or systems analyst? The fact is that all these labels, and more, apply. With such diversity of interest, it might not surprise you that our guest would eventually end up working at places like Apple and Pixar–places known for incubating great ideas, mold-breaking design, and play. So...
How can you create a culture of curiosity?
That’s the question we’ll consider today with Randy Nelson, in part 1 of a special 2-part episode of Lead With a Question.
Randy Nelson has spent his career working with organizations to make the best use of the people, wisdom and skills they already have, want to attract and need to develop. He has helped build amplifiers out of groups, using appropriate and dynamic mixtures of training and education, traditional skills and innovative technology, flexible programs and high standards. In addition to increased productivity and effectiveness, hijinks and shenanigans have sometimes resulted.