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Organisational leader’s gravitate into a reflective, receptive position – usually with courage, an inspired vision and a strategy.

However, leaving this in the hands of less receptive managers and employees to execute your strategy – your vision will be reduced to a photo copy.

What really happens when you communicate your vision and strategy? Most people will hear it; however, very, very few will actually see it or even feel it.


“Receptivity must precede Training”

Clarity Now supports leadership to create, manage, measure and integrate clarity throughout your organisation.

“We often get asked can you get the training program into one day and get the same results. The answer is that it usually takes us one day to get the group calm and focused and in a place they can absorb, retain and apply new knowledge. This is particularly in respect to leadership programs.

I’m sure you could teach tactile skills (how to use a new drill) without being clear and focused but you have no chance of changing and or modify behaviours or getting buy in to new strategy, if the participant is not calm, clear and focused.”

Richard Kelly, Vice President, Executive Perspectives


Contact us today and find out how to actively align yourself with key decision makers and employees, to successfully execute your vision and strategy.


Presented by

stuart_mackay Stuart Mackay is the Australian born founder and author of Clarity Now.

As one of the most experienced instructors in the field of Leadership Engagement, Stuart has travelled the world for last 36 years, presenting the benefits of having a clear mind for higher personal and business relations.

He has personally trained over 500 Senior PETRONAS Executives in Malaysia.

How to Rapidly Propel Your Vision Forward – Book Now

Find out how to actively align yourself with key decision makers and employees, to successfully execute your vision and strategy.

“The organisational Soul needs to balance the receptive with the technical (business) to be able to fully express itself”Stuart Mackay