The Five Faces of Genius by Annette Moser-Wellman
Creative Thinking Styles to Succeed at Work

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What do Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Leonardo da Vinci, and Ray Kroc, the man who created the McDonald's franchise enterprise, have in common? They have all mastered the skills of creative genius-essential tools in today's business climate.

Having researched the lives and techniques of past and present geniuses for this inspiring and provocative new handbook, Annette Moser-Wellman helps workers at all levels build and refine their working styles. These qualities of creativity-drawn from the the realms of art, science, as well as business-make up the five distinct "faces":

Seer-the power to image
Observer-the power to notice details
Alchemist-the power to make connections
Fool-the power to celebrate weakness
Sage-the power to simplify


Moser-Wellman shows how we can utilize these creative thinking strategies and flourish in the workplace.
 

About Annette Moser-Wellman

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Annette Moser-Wellman is the president of Firemark, Inc., a consulting and marketing firm whose clients include Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods, and Hewlett Packard. She is a former director and vice president of Leo Burnett Advertising and is a contributing writer for Brandweek magazine. She lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
 
Published February 26, 2002 by Penguin Books. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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