About Karl Albrecht
"Karl has earned the reputation of a Renaissance thinker — a visionary who engages the big ideas of our time. He is a respected management consultant and executive adviser, strategic thinker, futurist, author, dynamic speaker and an innovator whose contributions seem to defy labels, categories and pigeonholes.
"The foundation concept for virtually all of his professional work is an advanced thinking process — the systematic development and application of leading edge ideas on the part of individuals, teams, leaders and enterprises." ~ His Mom
"Dr. Karl Albrecht is an executive management consultant, futurist, lecturer, and author of more than 20 books on professional achievement, organizational performance, and business strategy.
"He is listed as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in American Business.
"He has pioneered a number of important new concepts in the business world. For example, he is widely regarded as the father of the American "customer revolution" and service management. His book Service America: Doing Business in the New Economy (co-authored with the late Ron Zemke), sold over a half-million copies and has been translated into seven languages.
"He is also a leading authority on cognitive styles and the development of advanced problem solving skills. His recent books Social Intelligence: the New Science of Success, and Practical Intelligence: the Art and Science of Common Sense; together with his Social Intelligence Profile and his Mindex Thinking Style Profile are widely used in business and education.
"The Mensa society honored him with its lifetime achievement award, for significant contributions by a member to the understanding of intelligence.
"He is also an ICF Board Certified Coach, with many years of experience in coaching and advising executives, managers, and business owners.
"Originally a physicist, and having served as a military intelligence officer and business executive, he now consults, lectures, and writes about whatever he thinks would be fun." ~ His Agent
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