Fostering Intuition for Innovation at Work

What are the traits of an intuitive individual? They are observant; they are deep thinkers; they are independent and trust their gut; they are empathetic; and they are innovative problem-solvers. Workers with refined and trained intuition are able to adapt to new situations and challenges by drawing on their heightened state of awareness. The integration of both intuition and rational analysis can lead to well-rounded and effective decision-making in the workplace.


This training delves into the aspects of how to strengthen our intuition. By learning how to access this higher form of intelligence, participants will be able to use their intuition as a guide for making swift and effective choices. By recognising patterns based on past experiences and knowledge, learners will draw on their accumulated wisdom and apply it to new situations, facilitating faster problem-solving. Investing in an intuitive workforce means setting a high standard for problem-solving innovators in your company. In situations where information is uncertain or ambiguous. your employees will be able to see possibilities beyond the obvious, make novel connections, and generate new ideas by tapping into their subconscious insights.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Explore the mechanics of the creative and intuitive process.
  • Learn how to develop and expand our creative and intuitive faculties.
  • Apply intuitive and creative skills in the workplace.

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Custodia Cabañas -
“The training not only provided practical strategies but also delved into the neuroscience creativity and intuition. Since incorporating these techniques into my daily routine, I’ve experienced a greater sense of clarity in my work”.

Natascha Kretzel

National Key Account Manager

Custodia Cabañas -
“I would like to express my gratitude for Dharma’s intuition session – this training has significantly improved my approach to creative thinking and problem-solving”.

Fernando Córdova