Danah Zohar was born and educated in the United States. She studied Physics and Philosophy at MIT, and then did her postgraduate work in Philosophy, Religion & Psychology at Harvard University. She is the author of the best-sellers The Quantum Self and The Quantum Society, books which extend the language and principles of quantum physics into a new understanding of human consciousness, psychology and social organization. In 1997 she published Who's Afraid of Schrödinger's Cat?, a survey of 20th century scientific ideas, and her business book, ReWiring the Corporate Brain. Her latest book is SQ - Spiritual Intelligence, The Ultimate Intelligence.
Zohar is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield School of Management. She also teaches in The Leading Edge course at Oxford Brookes University and in the Oxford Strategic Leadership Program at Oxford University's Templeton College.
For the past several years, Zohar has been active in management education and consultancy companies to which she has made in-house presentations at senior management level have included The Swedish Forestry Commission, Volvo, Astra Pharmaceutical, Philip Morris Tobacco, Marks & Spencer, Shell, British Telecom, Motorola, Philips, Norwich Union Financial Services, Skandia Insurance and Financial Services, McCann Erikson, and McKinsey. She was on the faculty of Shell UK's 'Challenges for Change' senior management training program and has addressed the leadership team leading Shell USA's transformation process for senior management. She is an Associate Member of Cambridge Management Consultants.
Danah Zohar lectures widely throughout the world at conferences organized by such bodies as UNESCO, The European Cultural Foundation, The World Economic Forum The World Business Academy, YPO, IFTDO (the International Federation of Training and Development Organizations), the Swedish National Parliament, Japan's Council for the Growth of Future Generations, and the Australian National Government. She has addressed member of The Swedish National Parliament and has worked with local government representatives and educators in several countries.
Danah Zohar travels from United Kingdom