Many people might consider music to be as far removed from business as possible, and yet, upon closer inspection, there may be more points of contact than one would think. This new series from TEHA, tries to reveal them by looking at the works of the greatest composers, not only as artists, but as examples of successful formae mentis, capable of creating "products" that can survive the centuries. Each episode will address one of these mindsets, trying to highlight its merits and flaws, useful even today for business leaders.
I like to change my mindset often and can harmonize each new idea with all the others. Mozart, the explorer.
In this second appointment, Maestro Giorgio Fabbri, a conductor and trainer, will tell us how Mozart's success was based on his extraordinary ability to bring together absolutely different and conflicting ideas, arranged in succession, one after the other, or in overlap, one simultaneous with the other. His example can offer useful insights for executives today who are called to constant innovation and change, to being open to the new, to remaining curious and courageous.
In particular, it will touch on:
Musician and Orchestra Director, Trainer and Business coach
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