Our Programmes

Our multi-cultural team bring diverse backgrounds including: leadership development; organisational development and change; personal transformation and coaching; sustainability; and multi-stakeholder innovation.

Barry Oshry's Organisation Workshop by Future Considerations

Barry Oshry’s Organisation Workshop

Resilient Leadership for Turbulent Times “Insightful, moving. The best training I’ve ever taken part in.” Emma Kenny, Head of Strategy, National Citizen Service Oshry’s “Organisational Workshop” is a highly impactful and visceral organisational simulation, in which people enter a fast-moving, turbulent environment that helps to build their ability to partner and maximise their impact across […]

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Join the waiting list: Meg Wheatley Retreat

Meg Wheatley: Who do we choose to be?

We are calling for leaders, change makers, activists and citizens from all sectors of society and across the spectrum of companies and organisations to develop new skills of insight, compassion, and presence with Meg Wheatley, a leading global advocate for systemic and collaborative leadership.   Sold out. Sign up to the waiting list:     […]

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Reinventing organisations to increase productivity – Teal organisation

Oshry – When Cultures Meet: What’s Possible – Workshop

Building Bridges not Walls This high-impact experiential workshop, based on the highly acclaimed work of North American systems theorist Barry Oshry, addresses these four key questions: How do you harness the potential of diversity in organisations to create robust, inclusive cultures? How do you move beyond divisive ‘us’ and ‘them’ polarisations? Do you have the […]

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Teal Overview Workshop

Making Teal Real: how to reinvent organisations Frederic Laloux introduced us to the concept and vision of “Teal” organisations with inspiring examples of what is possible. Yet his examples are widely different – large and small, manufacture and service, new-builds and long-term conversions – each with their unique journey. So although we know the “what?” […]

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