Supporting the art
of being human
at work

Our Vision

 Two tenets of modern working life underpin all of our work.

Performance and care are inseparable.

Modern working life is complex and requires us to be motivated, willing to learn, and be collaborative. This will not happen unless we take care of ourselves and our colleagues. Thus performance and care are deeply inseparable – at all times.

Personal growth and business growth are inseparable.

If we want to cultivate a growth mindset in our business work, we have to have the same approach in relating to ourselves as individuals and all individuals in the organisations we are in. Business transformation will only succeed based on personal transformation.

Our Approach

We work at bringing the understanding of this out through leading edge insights from neuroscience, and anchoring and embodying them through mindfulness.


Insights show us that such skills like emotional and social intelligence, compassion, mindfulness can have a real positive impact on working life – both in terms of effectiveness and a felt sense of being at work. In our collaborative network society, these soft and hard aspects of leading – leading effectively with a good heart – are not in conflict, but actually can be combined. We need to learn new skills and habits for this.


Mindfulness is an essential practice in bringing about such change – being mindful we begin to notice our leadership habits, and how we can shift these to include more social and emotional intelligence, as well as focus and productivity.

Systemic view

Systems thinking opens our mind to a wider awareness and seeing the complex interconnectedness of working life. Remaining aware of the system we begin to see the whole rather than focusing on the self.

Our Conviction

We believe deeply in integrating research, personal practices and business skills – to bring about real change. Everyone has a potential to cultivate their authentic leadership – and in this way contribute to bringing about positive change to their organisations and societies. We would like to help you unlock this.

We are looking forward to be in touch with you.

“How do we learn best? When we are stressed or relaxed? When we feel positive or negative? How does our state of mind contribute to our learning?“