Managing Anxiety and Stress in Leadership Roles - 3 Days Executive Program

Join us between June 6-8, in Bucharest, for our 3-day executive development program with Dr. Srini PillayHarvard Medical SchoolAdam LeonardGoogle and Radu ManolescuK.M.Trust & Partners.

As K.M.Trust & Partners' mission is to help companies live their values, each service we offer is governed by it.

Thus, the modules led by Radu Manolescu are about a personal journey and the high importance of mental fitness in leadership, especially in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) world, for an improved personal and professional life.

The modules led by Adam Leonard focus on:
  • Understanding & experiencing the advanced, high performance brain state called “flow”
  • Creating new ways to integrate flow states into work and life
The modules led by Srini Pillay are designed to:
  • Understand how you can leverage your own brain and the brains of teams to manage stress and anxiety in your executive role
  • To apply brain-based frameworks to everyday challenges for yourself and your team to enhance business impact

June 6-8, 2019, Bucharest


You can express your interest in the program by emailing us at

We will be launching the landing page, agenda and announce registration fees for the executive program in a few days.


Radu Manolescu

Co-founder & Managing Partner

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