I do not like the man. I must get to know him better. ~ Abraham Lincoln

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“Unmet expectations” and “lack of alignment” turn up in two seemingly disparate contexts – curiosity and conflict. In this conversation with Dr. Megan Price, director of the Insight Conflict Resolution Program at George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, I dug into how curiosity helps unstick our stuck places.

I think “curiosity in the face of conflict” may be my new year’s resolution.

Listen to Choose to be Curious #18: Curiosity and Conflict Resolution with Dr. Megan Price.

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