Forbes just published the exclusive Q&A that Tifenn Dano Kwan, Chief Marketing Officer SAP Ariba and SAP Fieldglass had with our co-founder and partner Michèle MeesTifenn Dano Kwan, Chief Marketing Officer SAP Ariba and SAP Fieldglass had with our co-founder and partner Michèle Mees.
The interview explores how individual leaders, teams and companies benefit from striking a balance between masculine/Yang and feminine/Yin traits and qualities.
Michèle works with senior leaders around the globe to discover and develop this balance, and was happy to share how relevant and needed balanced leadership is in a procurement and buying environment.
Building a balanced culture is a matter of culture change. People often think this is a very long shot, and an extremely difficult process. But is it really?
Michèle:"systemic culture change happens when people are empowered to see and feel in a new way. I have seen these shifts happen in individuals and groups in eight hours. When you free that will power, transformation has already begun."
The Art of Balancing Yin and Yang in Leadership is the art of (re)discovering your core values and drivers, becoming whole and acting out of integrity and the will to make a change.
We are grateful to be working with men and women who have decided to live and lead from their inner balance!