Authority on Leading Innovation, Best-Selling Author, and Champion of Catalytic Questions

When I look into the eyes of my grandchildren, I see pure wonder reflecting back: They’re hungry with curiosity about the world around them, unafraid to explore, and eager to discover something new each day. The gift of inquisitive creativity is something we were all born with – and something I believe we can sustain – by the simple act of questioning.

As Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center, author and a motivational speaker for diverse, globalized corporations and events, I’ve dedicated my personal and professional life to this core questioning philosophy. And today, I’d like to share this inspired work with you on HalGregersen.com. Experience why questioning is so crucial to building a leader’s innovation capacity. See how it is transforming the future of learning . Learn how questions can make the world a better place . And be sure to share your own thoughts, stories and questions along the way.

We may not be able to turn back the hands of time to childhood. But if we never stop questioning, we never risk losing our own childlike sense of wonder – and power – to disrupt the status quo.

Happy Exploring!

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Questions In Practice

Featured videos, articles and more that showcase the power of questioning and innovation

MIT

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Creative Talks

Hal Gregersen talks about innovation and the creativity of business.

 Videos

How Innovators Transform Industries: Mastering the Skills of Disruptive Innovation

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In the News

Harvard Business Review: Bursting the CEO Bubble

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Innovator’s DNA

What skills do I need to become an effective innovator?

Leadership and the Lens

What is the connection between creative leadership and photography?

Catalytic Questions

How do I ask the catalytic questions that will improve my strategic thinking and leadership impact?

4-24 Project

How can we create the next generation of innovators to solve the world’s most challenging problems?