In today’s chaotic, fast-changing world, leaders are under constant pressure to evolve and adapt. To succeed, they need new competencies designed to elevate their most important asset: their knowledge.
What Is Knowledge Mindfulness?
In Knowledge Mindfulness: The Interconnections that Help Leaders Transform Their Business and Life, Dr. Laila Marouf presents a transformative new approach to knowledge management for both individuals and organizations.
Applying cutting-edge research from the worlds of business, economics, psychology, neuroscience, and the social sciences, she reveals more holistic, effective, and humane ways of harnessing knowledge to build trusting relationships and drive positive and responsible impact.
A Knowledge Revolutionary
“I’d spent my life studying knowledge, but now I saw the need to challenge the status quo, expand my horizons, and spark a broader conversation,” she explains.
Dr. Marouf left academia on a journey of exploration, working with executives, scientists, cultural theorists, and others to understand holisticly how knowledge operates in our lives and organizations.
“All these perspectives were valuable. What was missing was a way to unify and integrate them,” Dr. Marouf says. “I set out to build the missing bridges — and create a framework allowing leaders to find a broader perspective, and realize the full richness of their knowledge.”
That revolutionary framework is Knowledge Mindfulness. By progressively elevating and evolving their knowledge while remaining anchored in their core values, knowledge mindful leaders are empowered to forge trusting relationships, build for responsible impact, and move confidently through today’s chaotic world.
“I’m committed to helping leaders to forge a path forward on their own terms — by elevating their knowledge maturity, and driving better results for themselves, their teams, and their businesses,” Dr. Marouf says.
What Can Knowledge Mindfulness Do For You?
The old saying goes, “knowledge is power.” But the new saying states “knowledge sharing is power”. Stepping out of the halls of academia to address audiences of executives, managers, founders, entrepreneurs, and any curious individuals who see the nascent knowledge revolution on the horizon, Laila Marouf expands long-held perceptions of knowledge, knowledge management, and the leader’s knowledge maturity role in the knowing process.