Christine Blank

Teams who are more curious have better performance and decision-making, revealed Evette Cordy, CEO of Agents of Spring, during the IFT First featured session, “Cultivating Curiosity: The Key to Unlocking Innovative Solutions to Complex Problems,” on July 13.

Cordy detailed the importance of curiosity in both individual and professional development and coached attendees on assessing and cultivating their curiosity skills.

Organizations are often too focused on the short term—the…

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Christine Blank has been a professional freelance writer for more than 25 years, covering the food, retail and foodservice industries. Her articles have been published in leading publications, including The New York Times, Associated Press, USA Today, Supermarket News, SeafoodSource, and Progressive Grocer.
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