We help to build the capacity to respond and thrive in uncertain times, with a shared purpose for creating remarkable results – between individuals, organisational units and for the benefit of society.
Frederic Laloux’s highly acclaimed management book Reinventing Organizations explains how every time humanity has shifted to a new stage of consciousness, it has also invented a radically more productive organisational model.
George Pór summarises our endeavours to organise in a wholesome, enterprising, and fulfilling way at Future Considerations.
We exist to make a different future possible.
In Leadership. In Organisations. In Society.
What mindsets and behaviours do Leaders need in the 21st Century? How can Organisations be cohesive and purpose driven? Who will facilitate innovation and collaboration around the complex issues facing our Society?
We co-create with our clients to build their capacity for the future. Economically. Socially. Environmentally.
Ahhh summer. The promise of lazy days, quality time with friends and family, and the opportunity to delve into a good book. Here’s a selection of what some of our colleagues at Future Considerations have been reading this summer. John Watters recommends… Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert M […]
Recent political events have shown us all again how dangerous it is to surround ourselves with a closed circle who may just echo our own thoughts and may even actively insulate us from diverse ideas or concerns. Just ask Teresa May! But this is not just a problem for political leaders who can quickly find […]
Steven Covey (in his less well known book, “First Things First”) asks the question: “Do you live your life by the clock or by the compass?” For now I will put aside the issues arising from “busyness and time focus” implied by the clock metaphor (a future blog) and focus on the compass. The request […]
We want to help develop and nurture 21st Century Leadership, cohesive and purpose-driven Organisations and innovation and collaboration around the complex issues facing Society. We are on a journey and we use our quarterly newsletters to share our discoveries.
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