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Member of Thinkers50 Radar at Thinkers50, Consultant, C-Suite coach

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Visionary Leadership: Awareness of Potentials for Growth

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Dr. Oleg Konovalov is a global thought leader, author, consultant, and C-suite coach.

Oleg is named among the top eight global experts in leadership and shortlisted for the Distinguished Award in Leadership by Thinkers50. He is on Global Gurus Top 30 in Leadership, is the #1 Global Leading Coach (Marshall Goldsmith Thinkers50 Award), and has been named one of the Global 100 Inspirational Leaders 2022, along with Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Oprah Winfrey.




Having been named ‘The Da Vinci of Visionary Leadership’ by many leading authorities of our time, Oleg is considered #1 in the world in the field of vision and visionary leadership.

23 September | 5:30 PM – 6:15 PM

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“Vision is greater than you or your organization. Our growth defines our ability to lead more complex tasks of the future.

Potentials for growth are within us and defined by five elements – Courageous thinking, Learning, Inner Excellence, Credibility and Confidence, and Knowledge bank.

Courageous thinking is essential for the creation of a strong and vivid vision. Courage is mandatory for those striving to create and execute a great vision.

Learning allows us to understand our goals and how to get there. Without learning, we can’t become who we want to be. Learning is a prerequisite for personal and professional growth.

Leaders build their own selves, so they can better serve others as a leader’s growth is limited by psychological and emotional unpreparedness.

Confidence comes when one is sure that he or she fulfills and even surpasses his or her commitments to customers and employees. The leader must be credible and authentic.

No leader can move further than his or her team’s competencies allow. Therefore, the creation of a strong and ever-growing knowledge bank is essential where every team member must contribute to its growth and nourish his own thinking from this jointly created source. “