Intuition Winning Respect as Smart Business Skill
<strong>Mississauga, Ontario — Oct. 1</strong><br />Arupa Tesolin thinks using intuition more in business can generate a lot of value with surprising little effort. <br /><br />”Intuition is easy,” she said. “It's just our thinking that gets in the way. People today stand to learn more from what they don’t know than from what they already know.” <br /><br />A high knowledge level can actually impede creative breakthroughs, many of which show up first in the form of intuition.<br /><br />Tesolin is the author of “ting ! A Surprising Way to Listen to Intuition & Do Business Better.” ting! is her word for the sound of intuition striking a receptive mind. <br /><br />It represents an intuitive response, a sudden realization or a quiet sensation that suggests there's more to know. “ting!” recently received a four-star Rating (the highest) from U.S. based Training Magazine.<br /><br />The business appeal of this book is that it shows how to connect the invisible dots between someone who experiences an intuitive insight and creates tangible business result. <br /><br />”ting !” is a conversation starter about intuition in the workplace. It represents a business case that your colleagues or manager can relate to that legitimizes intuition and its bottom-line significance. <br /><br />The book goes on to list staster Steps that companies can take to develop intuition skills at work that have a positive impact on performance, productivity diversity and innovation.<br /><br />Tesolin conducts training programs in intuition and innovation skills and shows people how they can unleash their intuition “ting !” power. SHe also shows them:<br /><br /><ul><li>How to assess their intuition response</li><li>How to develop and use their intuition smarts at work</li><li>Quick intuition tools to get instant insight</li><li>How men and women differ in using intuition in the workplace</li><li>Why intuition is a powerful ice-breaker for team empowerment and diversity</li><li>Three great ways to link intuition to your Innovation Strategy</li></ul><br />Tesolin is a Speaker and innovation consultant who owns Intuita, a company that provides learning that inspires people to create. <br /><br />She provides classroom-based innovation training and e-learning-based management/employee development programs.