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Spiritual leadership and intuitive intelligence

Spiritual connectedness and intelligence intuition are both considered as the main characteristics of the twenty-first century, with organizational research about leadership, highlighting the importance of human rhythms, and social beliefs in business, through the corporative engagement.

Adapting to a fast-changing world is no longer an option for organizations. They have to rethink their communication and embrace thought leadership to stay ahead of the competition.

What does growing a business in an ever-changing world mean?
It means that you need all of your stakeholders to have a deep understanding of your purpose, stay ahead of industry trends, and come up with a robust communication strategy that will take your company to the next level!

By sharing the right information with the right stakeholders at the right time, you make sure that everyone is aligned with your Purpose, your Mission, your Vision, and your Values. With that, you help your employees increase their productivity and efficiently work with their teammates, all while supporting their thought leadership.

The most influential business leaders already know that effective communication and ethical behavior are critical to their success and most of them are increasingly focused on tasks only humans can do: think creatively, feeling emotions and interact with other humans with a sense of spiritual leadership and intuitive intelligence. Those, are human “features”, that neither any robot nor any algorithm may replicate.

© Vânia Nascimento Guerreiro | 2019
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