Curiosity for workers Quiz
This quiz aims to evaluate the learning outcomes of migrant workers related with creativity and curiosity, based on the contents of the Toolbox. Please select one answer.
Following our curiosity may lead us to creativity because:
Both are exactly the same thing.
It enables us to lean into uncertainty with a positive attitude, relaxing and opening our minds to new ideas, skills, and ways of solving problems
Everything leads to creativity.
All the above.
Curiosity is one of the top traits employers are looking for when making hiring decisions, because:
It is a key indicator of other great workplace qualities such as empathy, creativity, innovation, and the ability to learn quickly.
Employers simply prefer curious people.
It is a new trend.
There are tax benefits for hiring curious people.
The SCAMPER technique has received much attention as a learning tool that fosters curiosity because:
It has a special effect on people
One has fun playing it.
One works on several dimensions that force to think differently about a subject or a problem (Substitution/ Combination/ Adaptation/ Modification/Putting to other uses/ Elimination/Reversion).
None of the above
Breaking routine is a good way of boosting an attitude of curiosity because:
Routine is always a bad habit.
Breaking habits empower people.
When we break our routine we notice new things as we are less on auto pilot, more present and aware.
None of the above.
Not afraid of failing or be judged is important because:
Risk is part of life.
The most relevant is having a growth mindset, facing results as learning experiences, even when they are below expectations.
Dealing with it make us stronger.
All the above.
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