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.

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We are experts in systemic, emergent change and unleashing human potential.

Leadership

Developing the whole-self; leaders who imbued passion, authenticity, a sense of their values and the personal impact to make things happen.

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Organisation

Building relationships of trust, openness and collaboration that create remarkable results – between individuals and between organisational units.

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Society

Navigating complexity and facilitating collaboration to unite communities, organisations and institutions in addressing the great challenges we face.

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We support our clients to press pause, reconsider the future they want and help build the awareness and capacity to get there.

Everything we do or say is an invitation to reconsider the present and to consider new futures.

The Miracle Question by Lycia Harper

The miracle question

Shifting our sense of what’s possible with a miracle question It began as a straightforward review call as we prepared for a workshop, and then the tone changed. My client began to describe, with some exasperation and angst, the pressure on the group she’s working with and how it seemed to be paralysing them. She […]

A Radical Thought by Dan Formosa, Ph.D

Women in engineering: a radical thought

Have we designed women out of engineering / manufacturing working environments? A 2013 study by researchers at Ohio State University confirmed something we probably already knew – the Matilda Effect is still with us. The term was coined in a 1993 paper by Margaret W. Rossiter, a science historian at Cornell University in upstate New […]

You cannot manage complexity, Jon Freeman

You cannot manage complexity

This article assumes some depth of background knowledge of Spiral Dynamics.  There is a very comprehensive 1-hour video introduction to SDi here. Even without that knowledge the article’s thread is easy to grasp.   Let’s make it clear from the start. You can’t “manage” complexity, and we will only begin to step into a second-tier or next-stage […]

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