Find Success in the Knowledge Age
In the Industrial Age, success was achieved by building efficient systems that focused on brick, mortar and machine. As a society, we have moved beyond that era, where little consideration was given to the personal preferences or interests of the individual, into the Knowledge Age, where the success of an organization is predicated on the collective knowledge, passion, positive attitude and commitment of its members.
“I was given much more than I expected to receive, this program is a plus. This program enhanced my inner strength more and gave me confirmations on my clerical career.”
InnerSight asserts that qualities like loyalty, enthusiasm and personal satisfaction emerge when we align what we do and how we do it with who we are. When we move beyond cognitive capacities, and bring an understanding of the whole person to bear on our career choices and in our organizations, we are positioned for success in the Knowledge Age.