Embodied knowledge is a third intelligence (after IQ and EI) that has peaked the interest of progressive, forward-thinking business leaders, conferences and academics and appears in discussions within such fields as psychology, sociology, dance and leadership. This paper will explore some aspects of embodied knowledge for its capacity to unlock innovation, creativity and intelligence for businesses through movement-based exercises (dance) and embodiment practices (Social Presencing Theater). Based in the personal practice of embodiment consultant Daniel Ludevig, this paper will share his theoretical and practical approach to surfacing embodied knowledge in the business world as well as its application to unlocking organizational potential and business success.
"Using Embodied Knowledge to Unlock Innovation, Creativity, and Intelligence in Businesses,"
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