We focus on developing vital skills (emotional intelligence) and cultivating character strengths (integrity, perseverance) in order to equip participants to act skilfully in their personal and professional lives, to overcome challenges, and by that to flourish.
We facilitate learning experiences in four core ways:
In developing vital skills and cultivating character strength participants are simultaneously better equipped to engage in purposeful actions in the midst of humanity’s severe challenges.
I used to think the top global environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse and climate change. I thought that with 30 years of good science we could address these problems. But I was wrong. The top environmental problems are selfishness, greed and apathy, and to deal with these we need a spiritual and cultural transformation, and scientists don’t know how to do that.Gus Speth, Administrator UN Development Program, 1993–1999
Our Approach to designing CBE programs builds on insights from the field of systems thinking and follows the three steps of 1.Trust Building, 2.Skill Building, and 3.Civic Imagination.