I recommended her once before which is on Sara's profile page, but I would like to say a little more about Sara Jacobovici, which I did not include in my prior recommendation of her.
It is this.
Sara is among the most impressive minds I have come across both here and originally at LinkedIn. She may return a response as a compliment because that is who she is, a person who is naturally inclined to be thoughtful and considerate of human beings and life in general.
What she possesses are two great qualities of 21st Century leadership.
The first of those qualities is the appreciative, for she is a deeply nuanced individual around the human condition, recognizing that appreciation is a far greater and fundamental intelligence than those that dissect life in a critical way, which invariably ends up being judgement or criticism that limits rather than builds the human spirit. A 21st Century leader must possess the quality of great listening. It is not a given that leaders in this century possess that degree of listening, because we don't naturally make listening a primary focus of leadership - but it is there in the world Sara relates with and relates to.
The second of those qualities is depth to cognitive capability. It is the kind that Ali Anani is constantly recognizing and when he is interacting with her, the exchanges elevate and the conversation becomes that much more enriched. It is not a given that we all possess a higher order of capability, for that magnitude of order is recognizable where a human being is most in flow. Sara is in flow when she enters conversations that are about human and work transformation. She is genuinely interested in the enhancement of quality of life and being.
This reflects in the work she does as a creative therapist. Not just therapy but work which involves getting people who have encountered what life can throw at them, and now need help to find the way back to that potential which was held back by a road-block. It is no wonder that many people, including myself would love to see her thoughts encapsulated, because she is mindful of her own body of work, and one can see she is continuously developing that body of work, but it awaits it becoming a form of a book. Most bee's would like to see her co-author with Ali Anani and in this regard, especially if it is engaged in the context of beBee, that could not be a better form of recognition, for the splendid human being and excellent professional that Sara Jacobovici is.
In a private email with Franci Eugenia Hoffman we were both singing her processes, so this buzz is as much an appreciation of Sara from me, as it is from Franci.