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Derek Neighbors "parents encouraged the curiosity of their children at an early age and answered their questions with great care" -- and were structured and supportive, with everyone having clear roles and tasks, and parents going to some lengths to support their children's practice.

In this light we see another clue why so few organizations produce a steady flow of top performers. Most organizatiosn are not intellectually stimulating, even when the field itself might seem fascinating; rather than offering opportunities to learn and rewarding curiosity, the typical organization leaves inquisitive employees to find their own ways to learn.


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