It is not enough to lead. An effective leader must enable others to follow. An overlooked element in business leadership is the skillful use of space. Space is far more than the distance that separates; it can also be used to connect.
Bringing people into the same room does not guarantee that a “meeting” will take place. There are, however, dynamic methods to create spaces for many types of meetings.
Learning to apply Spacial Dynamics® in Leadership has proven to decrease stress by giving management new insights and practical tools to bridge differences, foster communication, and build teamwork; enhanced creativity in personal and organizational performance will follow.
A differentiated use of space improves relationships by transforming rigid frameworks into paradigms of possibility. When leaders learn to follow objective principles of Spacial Dynamics® in their business interactions, others will follow their lead.
Spacial Dynamics® director Jaimen McMillan greets Chris Faber, manager of the Swiss Hotel La Val, premiere partner of Spacial Dynamics in Hotels.
” I must say that the presentation greatly exceeded my expectations. Jaimen McMillan is an outstanding speaker and an engaging teacher who tailored his presentation to each individual, as well as to our group as a whole.” - Chris Faber