I love this idea of the Serendipity of Success, that the universe transpires to help you just at the exact moment you need it, bringing you a person or a resource you weren't expecting that moves you closer to a goal or toward something you were trying to accomplish.
Believing in Karma is like learning the Golden Rule. It's just what we learn as kids, it's considered truth and we're not to question it, we're just to abide by it. Period, end of story.
Yes, this is all well and good. I leave a good portion of my life up to Karma. (I know for a 100% fact that a couple of very bad things have happened to me as a result of bad Karma juju I emitted to the world). Mostly, though, I believe in the Karma of kindness.
Doing your best to keep curiosity alive and kicking among your team is critical. People who are curious contribute more, collaborate more and feel that their ideas are truly valued (which means they stick around longer!).
If your team isn't pushing the curious envelope - maybe they're too busy or believe they already are as curious as they can be - you can do a few small things to promote an environment of learning within your department. Here are 3 ways to keep your employees curious: