A book that encourages leaders and decision makers to cultivate their consciousness when leading their organisation into the 21st century. A book that confronts current leadership challenges, urging for a new learning culture that requires clarity, consciousness, courage and compassion comprehending the outer world better to tackle, anxiety, fear, dependency, conflicts, conditioning, which offers significant neuroscience, social- & cultural anthropological and practical management methods.
Because of the complexity and fast pace of today’s world, we must re-think the way we look at business, society and even friend and family relationships. We must ask ourselves how we have lived and worked previously. We must ask ourselves what the better way to live and work going into the future will be. We must challenge ourselves to be open to a complete ‘re-think’.
We are in the midst of an unprecedented transformation, even larger than the Industrial Revolution. Because of increasing technological changes, our world is fast becoming more and more interconnected.
In my work as a leadership thinker I often notice that CEOs and executives and and in particularly leaders, are expected be either stoic or cheerful; projecting their confidence and ignore any negativity bubbling up inside them.
In today’s day and age, busy lifestyles have become the norm and stress levels are increasing exponentially. Being a leader, whether of a business or of a family, is a stressful position and the responsibility of everything eventually leads to fear.
People find uncertainty itself more stressful than all the things they are actually uncertain about. We feel worse when we think that something bad might occur, than when something bad actually occurs. It is the not-knowing that unnerves us.