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Leading change in a disruptive environment

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Today, companies must constantly adapt to a rapidly changing economic and competitive environment. The best way to face these challenges is to boost their potential for creativity and agility by changing the way the managers and employees work to change their approach to value creation. Drawing on intuitive potential, this creative revolution can appear and enable companies to make disruption an asset rather than a fear. This course shows you how using the intuitive compass® any leader can contribute to unleash the creativity, agility and resilience of his company, innovate and succeed.


You will be able to :

  • Understand that going beyond linear thinking can help companies leverage intuition and instinct
  • See how using play develops a company’s capacity for disruption
  • Master the four tenets of Intuitive Intelligence
  • Chapters:

    • Businesses must rethink their management and innovation methods
    • The importance of play
    • The 4 principles of Intuitive Intelligence

    You will be able to :

  • Understand the laws of instinct
  • Be familiar with the four quadrants of the Intuitive Compass® and their strengths and weaknesses
  • See that favoring the Southwest quadrant develops collective Intuitive Intelligence within a company
  • Chapters:

    • Instinct, intuition and the brain
    • The Intuitive Compass®
    • Managing in the Southwestern quadrant

    You will be able to :

  • Understand how the Intuitive Compass can be used to transform the way companies work
  • See how promoting Intuitive Intelligence can bring back profitability to a company in difficulty
  • Practice your Intuitive Intelligence through a series of exercises
  • Chapters:

    • Implementing business transformations
    • Unimedia Publishing case study
    • New tools and new mindsets to successfully and sustainably thrive in disruption

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