Why Curious People Are Destined for the C-Suite
Geege Schuman stashed this in Leadership
Even when operating within familiar confines, curious leaders tend to try to see things from a fresh perspective. The ones I studied in my research seemed to have a penchant for bringing a “beginner’s mind” approach to old problems and stubborn challenges. They continually examined and re-examined their own assumptions and practices, asking deep, penetrating “Why” questions, as well as speculative “What if” and “How” questions.
Just so long as they're actually learning things, not just asking questions willy nilly.