Kathy Taberner and Kirsten Taberner Siggins are a mother/daughter executive coaching team with a focus on curiosity. After 10 years working in leadership development, they recognized a huge absence of curiosity in conversations. Leaders were telling and this led to a lack of engagement & accountability, narrowed opportunities, created conflict and hindered productivity. Most people believe they are curious in life; however, where they learned people aren’t curious is in conversations. When we aren’t curious with others, we judge, blame and even shame, all without recognizing we are doing it, and these all can lead to conflict.
Below is a podcast about their method of curiosity and how managers and employees develop an open and "curious mindset"