The success of a leader is directly proportional to the “time span of management” of that leadership, i.e. the distance into the future that the leader can visualize the future and then take action today consistent with that vision. Perhaps the reason a longtime span of management is a successful management model is based in quantum physics. By taking measure of the future by visualizing a specific future reality, the leader is quite possibly collapsing the quantum wave function to a specific version of classic reality in concert with the leader’s vision.
Another basic tenet of quantum mechanics is what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance.” This is the ability of quantum particles such as photons to become paired or “entangled” and to remain paired even when separated by large distances and without any apparent means of pairing under the principles of classical physics. Quantum computing relies on this basic pairing of subatomic particles to store information. It’s entirely possible that a leader creates a similar pairing at a subatomic level with those people who observe that leader’s vision and consciousness. So, your vision could have a far deeper impact than simply conscious awareness in the minds of those who observe your vision. You could be creating a pairing of particles at a subatomic level with your team.
This suggests that the thoughts, actions, and visions that a leader permits to occupy their mind and permits others to observe can be far more consequential than a simple idea. The potential under quantum theory is that this observation and measurement by the leader, and observation and measurement by others, creates a pairing of particles at a subatomic level.