Climate Lab (postponed)
In the face of a climate crisis, how do we respond effectively?
What does meaningful leadership and action look like across sectors?
Alongside cross-sectoral leaders, grow your capability to be a system leader:
self aware, resilient, adaptable, collaborating across sectors, and boldly walking
hand in hand with Nature to redesign the systems and society we live in
Note: In light of the situation with COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the Climate Lab,
you may still express interest below to stay informed when we have more information.
We need a deeper approach to climate action
Reflections from participants of our previous Lab
"It seems increasingly evident that we won’t solve the world’s problems with the same thinking that got us into them. A deeper, more radical transformation is needed. Taking the time on inner work like this will be vital for that to take place."
Read the full article here.
Andy Kenworthy, Sustainable Business Network
"This program is innovative and intentional, focused on developing personal and community growth to innovate and work better together and take on some of the biggest environmental challenges."
Dr Rebecca Jarvis, Lecturer AUT
Reflections from our team
"Ego-centric leadership is at the root of our environmental crisis. We must change the way we understand and relate to the natural world and cultivate an eco-centric mindset, very much found in our indigenous and ancient cultures, if we are to achieve lasting impact."
Read the full article here on the World Economic Forum website.
Objectives of the Climate Lab
Is this for you?
Are you a senior leader or young leader in an organisation? (including corporate, government, youth organisation, NGO, education institution)
Are you up for collaboration and coordinated action with others?