Seung Chan Lim's (Slim) journey started at MAYA Design helping fortune 500 companies innovate. From this experience, Slim learned that companies struggling to innovate have to overcome their prejudices & biases toward their customers before they can innovate.
Slim then conducted anthropological research at Rhode Island School of Design & Brown University on how artists innovate. From this experience, Slim learned that visual & performing artists struggling to innovate have to overcome their prejudices & biases toward themselves, their subject matters, or their materials before they can innovate.
But that's not all.
Slim also learned that the journey of an artist is analogous to that of many leaders: both isolating, lonely, anxiety-inducing, and frustrating for similar reasons.
Leveraging his experiences, Slim now helps CEOs & teams overcome the prejudices & biases preventing them from effectively leading their organization through growth & innovation. By developing the muscle required to do so, known as "empathy," they become empowered to not only achieve growth & innovation, but also experience greater fulfillment and relational freedom.