The Intuitive Mind: Profiting from the Power of Your Sixth Sense (Google eBook)
This new agenda for the managerial mind will change the way you think and do business.
Eugene Sadler-Smith, a leading intuition researcher and educator in business and management, argues that human beings have one brain but two minds – analytical and intuitive. Management has overlooked the importance of intuition, and under-exploited the potential that the intuitive mind has to contribute in areas as diverse as decision making, creativity, team working, entrepreneurship, business ethics and leadership.
“The Intuitive Mind is a fascinating and practical book that will maximize your intuition and help you make better decisions today and predictions about tomorrow! Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung would most assuredly approve.”
Steve W. Martin, www.heavyhitterwisdom.com
“Eugene Sadler-Smith gives needed attention to the intuitive way of thinking and reminds us that leadership is an art as well as a science.”
Cindi Fukami, Professor of Management, University of Denver, USA
“From one of our prominent ‘thinkers’ in the management education arena, we learn in The Intuitive Mind how to use our intuitive judgment to improve our managerial decision making.”
Joe Raelin, The Knowles Chair for Practice-Oriented Education, Northeastern University, USA
“This timely, well researched and accessible book takes intuition out of the shadows and provides practical guidance to solve thorny problems.”
Sebastian Bailey, Global Product Director, The Mind Gym
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The Intuitive Mind, by Eugene Sadler-Smith, is a comprehensive and well-written guide to harmonize the balance between analytical and intuitive thinking for the knowledge worker. The author clearly ... Read full review
This is an interesting book that is clearly based on extensive research and combines a range of theories from different disciplines. It provides a comprehensive and nuanced introduction to what intuition is and how it can be used in business environments. This is not one of those ‘motivational’ books the management literature is full off – it is not a simple how-to guide full of fancy buzz-words, that all sound good but don’t actually have much content to them. This book is nuanced and balanced, it does not present intuition as something a lucky few ‘just have’: it emphasises the role of experience and hard work, and shows how to become more aware of when intuition can help in decision making. Those looking for the secret formula to intuitive success will thus be disappointed, but those looking for a clearly argued and scientifically underpinned book on the phenomenon will find ‘The Intuitive Mind’ very useful indeed.