Are you creating motivated, self-directed learners? (Learning & Development Professionals)

A 2016 study suggests that a strong sense of curiosity in employees can equate to a knack for creative problem-solving. The study – carried out by Oregon State University College of Business Assistant Professor Jay Hardy – indicates that employers looking to hire candidates with creative problem-solving abilities would do well to test for curiosity as a personality trait during the recruitment phase. To read the full story, click here.

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