Nusa Maal is founder of the Center for Multisensory Leadership, dedicated to shift the way intelligence and leadership are understood and utilized. She is an expert in "Multisensory Leadership,” dedicated to making deep, subconscious, broadband, multisensory intelligence the norm, particularly for leaders and emerging generations.
She facilitates strategic understanding and fresh insights as a speaker, multisensory learning innovator, facilitator and coach, supporting top executives, entrepreneurs, and human systems in using their full intelligence for deep alignment, as they shape the future.
She has achieved this by harnessing her own synesthesia to awaken multi-sensory intelligence and leadership in others. When technology and brain studies tipped neuroscience into its current renaissance, Nusa returned to academia to integrate these discoveries with depth psychology and somatic studies. Currently, a growing body of synesthesia and neuro-plasticity findings support Nusa's empirical results pointing to the power of multisensory leadership skills.
She has used these skills to bring understanding to NASA after the Challenger crash, to facilitate community dialogue, trauma resolution and rebuilding possibilities after 9/11 and Katrina. She has also supported generating strategic solutions with the Parliament of World Religions, World Bank, leading corporations, NGOs, non-profits, entrepreneurs, educators, families and individual leaders.
“With members of our Board situated across five countries, we were having a hard time finding a common purpose and identifying roles for each board member to contribute and stay engaged. Nusa led us through a multi-sensory approach that helped us to individually look at a complex problem and then collectively develop solutions to take advantage of the unique skills and wisdom of each board member.”