Today’s business leader must respond to the need for a rapid decision, usually too rapid to allow for an orderly sequential analysis of the situation.The amount of data and information available provides a significant hindrance to a thorough analysis that in itself is very time consuming.Research shows that the majority of high performing executives use non - analytical methods to assess information critical to effective decision making. These processes include insight, gut-feel, intuition and “knowing” a decision is right.
Research on successful business leaders informs us that they rely more on their intuition as they scale the corporate ladder. Think of Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Sheryl Sandberg, Oprah Winfrey and Steve Jobs who openly endorsed their intuitive insights as the secret to the growth as the secret to the growth and success of their businesses.
Highly successful leaders have vision, confidence and clarity as they make decisions and they are able to do so, rapidly and effectively.
Our education system has dictated that we are using rational thinking when we make decisions. Yet human decision-making is not binary – rational or intuitive – to be effective requires both styles of thinking. The discussion of efficacy is contradicted by neuroscience that show that our rational mind is limited in its ability to perceive intuition – less than 5% of our thinking occurs in the conscious mind. Rational thinking is historical thinking based on what we know has occurred in the past and lacks true vision.
The ability to see beyond the data and analysis to discover insights is a skill that can be developed by people, easily.You will have insights when you tap into intuition. There is a proven method to access intuition and to develop this skill.
When you know how to deliberately access insights through your intuitive intelligence, you will experience clarity, focus and calmness leading to higher productivity, increased profits, more flexible adaptive thinking in your personal and professional life.
Intuitive Leadership in Practice is a master class and coaching program designed to enable you to access and engage with your intuitive mind balanced with your rational decision-making.
This workshop is suitable for:
Leaders and leaders in the making
Start up founders
Small business owners
Anyone involved in decision-making for their life
Jane Mara is the founder and CEO of Expert Intuition – empowering people to adopt more insights into their business and making higher quality decisions.
When she studied an MBA, it was all about analysis and data, ignoring the way in which people who made decisions, emotionally and intuitively! Jane conducted her own research published in her book, Intuition on Demand in 2006 – nominated as one of Top 50 business book by AFR/Boss magazine. Jane interviewed business people, entrepreneurs, emergency workers, artists, even a mountaineer to discover just how valuable their intuition was in their decision-making – a much under-valued tool! Jane knew intuition could be trained and improved. Jane discovered that entrepreneurs are highly intuitive. In 2008 Jane met an academic who had researched serial entrepreneurs globally. After studying masses of academic papers led Jane to the conclusion that there is a framework of behaviour entrepreneurs adopt when they create successful business. This research is the basis of this workshop including how to create a high-performance mindset for start-up success.
Dr David Paul
David is a unique specialist (sui generis) in Complex, Large-Scale, Organic Organisational Change, Eupsychian leadership, Mindfulness and People interventions in challenging change environments which are volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. He is an experienced and polished adult educator, highly confidential senior advisor, mentor and coach to c-suite executives, CEOs and Heads of Government.
David teaches in post-graduate management and leadership programs in Australia, Asia and Europe and has lectured to over 25,300 MBA and Exec MBA, DBA and PhD candidates who have been senior managers and executives, leaders, directors, Senior Executive Service in Government and has conducted and facilitated over 1500 retreats, seminars and workshops in complexity, change, culture, mindfulness and leadership. David regularly advises public and private companies and their senior executives in large-scale change and organisational transformation, which affects organisational culture, morale, communication and internal politics. One of David's key strengths is working with large teams and alliances to get key decisions in change, made and implemented.
Rarely has anyone been across so many different subjects, worked and lectured in them. David has consistently been ranked in the top 1% of business school lecturers.
David has a natural ability to work with people to bring out their best. Added to this are highly developed problem-solving abilities and people skills, honed through 25 years of experience in Business Consulting, Strategy Development, Complex Change Management, Corporate Communications, Large-scale multi-Program and Project Management & Executive Management Education. These are an unusual combination of strengths but they are all focused on helping Senior Executives lead and manage their staff with deep influence and understand "ephemeralization" in the complex areas of people and organic change.
Timing: Workshops are held monthly
This workshop is limited to a maximum: 20 participants
One-day workshop: 8.30am start – 12.30 pm finish
$595 per attendee including a pre-assessment and report (valued at $800); $450 if booked and paid one month prior workshop
$1400 per attendee -Coaching program 4 x 90 minute sessions
Venue: Level 28, Meeting rooms, Deutsche Bank Building, Cnr. Hunter & Phillip St Sydney
Getting there and away…
Taxi: Drop off at Phillip Street or Hunter Street. Taxi ranks located outside Deutsche Bank Place (Hunter Street entrance) as well as in front of Chifley Tower or Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, 61 Phillip Street.
Car: Car parks are located at nearby Chifley Tower and 60 Elizabeth Street.