Executive Education
Faculty

Alison Horstmeyer

Curiosity Activator and Lecturer

A former Fortune 500 executive turned scholar-talent development practitioner bringing an evidenced-based, humanistic lens to leadership and professional development, Horstmeyer’s teaching, research, and work with clients is rooted in an integrated disciplinary approach and my research on curiosity and associated mental, emotional, and motivational attributes in a way that enables us to thrive amidst ambiguity, uncertaintity, and complexity in the workplace.

Programs for Organizations:

Curiosity, Agile Leadership & Customer Centricity – Custom Designed Curriculum for Programs for Organizations

Articles & Research:

Horstmeyer, A. (2020). The generative role of curiosity in soft skills development for contemporary VUCA environmentsJournal of Organizational Change Management.

Horstmeyer, A. (2019). How VUCA is changing the learning landscape–and how curiosity can helpDevelopment and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal.

Horstmeyer, A. (2019). Using curiosity to enhance meaningfulness of work2019 Volume 22 Issue 2, (2).

Articles & Research:

Horstmeyer, A. (2020). The generative role of curiosity in soft skills development for contemporary VUCA environmentsJournal of Organizational Change Management.

Articles & Research:

Horstmeyer, A. (2019). How VUCA is changing the learning landscape–and how curiosity can helpDevelopment and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal.

Articles & Research:

Horstmeyer, A. (2019). Using curiosity to enhance meaningfulness of work2019 Volume 22 Issue 2, (2).

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