The rewards of curiosity have never been higher, yet it remains misunderstood and undervalued. Drawing on the latest research into this fundamental human trait, author Ian Leslie explains why.
Drawing on the latest research into this fundamental human trait, author Ian Leslie looks at what feeds curiosity and what starves it, and reveals that curiosity is not a gift, but a habit that parents, schools, workplaces and individuals need to nurture if it is to thrive.
Speaker: Ian Leslie, author.
Chair: Joe Hallgarten, Director of Education, RSA.
Read our recent report from the RSA Social Brain Centre: The Power of Curiosity