Solving the unsolvable through art, cognitive science and spiritual practices

Claus SpringborgSuccessful managers are often confident, perseverant, supportive, dynamic, enterprising, willing to take calculated risks, understanding, forthcoming, inspiring, and radiate a certain peace even in the midst of turmoil.

Successful managers are keenly aware that what most persistently threatens the success of their projects are human (not technical) problems. Developing the above leadership qualities enables managers to address such problems and this drives organizational performance, has a positive impact on bottom line, and benefits the individual manager’s career.

Based on research, carried out at Cranfield School of Management from 2010 to 2014, I have created a unique approach to developing eight essential leadership qualities. The research showed that developing these qualities enabeled managers to succesfully deal with organizational challenges, they had been unable to deal with for a prolonged time prior to their participation in the research.

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