Our personal, social, and planetary crises call for the expansion of our consciousness.
More comprehensive and integrated ways of making meaning of self, others, and systems are required to evolve in the current levels of complexity.
As leadership practitioners, we can play a major role in the regeneration of our systems.
It starts with each of us. Our self is our main instrument, and for us to be effective and skilled evolutionary agents, it is crucial that we engage in developmental work.
So how can we expand our capacity to be conscious, loving, and engaging invitations to development?
Insights from developmental theory and practice show us that personal, individual work is not enough. We need each other to grow. The expansion of consciousness is a relational, ecological process.
In our communities of inquiry+practice we are committed to self, mutual, and systemic development. Together, we hone our capacities and skills as we explore, get muddy, and grow at our developmental edges.