“I realized that my job is to awaken possibility in others.”


Attitude: Radiating Possibility (Groh TV)

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“To me the single most important element of leadership is to create an organizational environment that can unlock the full potential of each and everyone inside that organization. .Fortunately, there are people around to help us, to inspire us and to show us a new way. This wonderful film series is about two of the greatest. Ben and Roz’s work is a tremendous source of inspiration for the new way our souls are crying out to lead.” (Mats Lederhausen, Senior Vice President Global Strategy, McDonald’s Corporation)

“Katalina Groh’s new video series Real People, Real Stories is not to be missed. In the first program of the series, Leadership: An Art of Possibility, Katalina does an excellent job capturing Ben and Rosamund Zanders’ magic; a magic that will change the way we live and the way we lead. This is by no means ‘just another training film.'” (Nancy J. Adler, Professor of International Management, McGill University, Former member of ASTD’s Board of Governors, Author of From Boston to Beijing: Managing with a Worldview)

“As an organizational consultant to Global 1000 companies and governments around the world, I have found The Art of Possibility to be a hugely useful tool that ignites excitement and passion and imagination and energy and action, and helps people invent a new narrative for themselves. With its combination of music and touching human stories, the film has worked in multiple cultural settings people relate to its message no matter what their language or background. What Leadership: An Art of Possibility does is to scoop these people out of their situations and show them that there is another way, another possibility, a new story of their lives that they can-and do-start telling. In the process, they also discover others interested in doing work that matters, others with whom they can play with intellectually and relate to with their hearts.” (Stephen Denning, Former Program Director for Knowledge Management, The World Bank, Author of The Springboard: How Storytelling Ignites Action in Knowledge-Era Organizations)

“These films are the convergence of two great genresthere is Ben Zander and his unique, powerful and useful and timely message.and then there is Katalina Groh who has created a new training genre for the new e-age-a genre that creates evocative objects with which to think and to construct deeper understanding. Never before-has such film talent been deployed for inventing a new kind of training film.” (John Seely Brown, Past Director of PARC, Past Chief Scientist, Xerox, Author of The Social Life of Information)

“These are breakout films for this industry!” (Warren Bennis, Distinguished professor, founding chairman of The Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California and chairman of the Advisory Board of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School, Author of Leaders and On Becoming a Leader)

“No matter how many times I look at the Zander film Radiating Possibility, I always have a smile on my face. Today-it started my day great.” (Carol Monad, Monad Trainer’s Aide, Distributor of Training Films)

“Thank you for the two Zander films! They remind us why we are doing what we are doing! We love them-and we are reminding each other every day to keep the language of possibility alive in our organization, and in our lives.” (Chris Bardwell, Director of Training, United States Department of Education)

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