WHAT WE DO
We help develop a new breed of leaders, who are willing and able to
lead the transition towards a sustainable, circular and regenerative economy.
Our turnkey yet highly customizable pedagogical journeys allow learners to:
Discover and implement sustainable management practices, in a risk-free environment, through an online business game
Get acquainted with circular economy concepts
Evaluate the impact of shifting to sustainable business models on company’s business and environmental KPIs
Shift their mindset
Develop self-leadership, team leadership and change leadership skills
Future-proof their company
Our flagship business game is an experiential learning tool where participants learn by running a virtual business in an interactive, risk-free, and realistic environment, while taking into consideration environmental and social factors in their decision making. Our business game helps develop participant’s business acumen, systemic complex-thinking and strategic skills, as well as team spirit and collaborative behaviors. It’s a highly emotionally engaging tool, allowing to drive both mindset and behavioral change.
The flexible environment provides multiple scenarios, allowing to focus on different business and pedagogical learning points.
Our sustainable business game includes a wide range of customization options:
Online, blended or F2F delivery
Modular program duration
Contextualization to company stakes and industry
Facilitation and coaching services
Our bespoke solutions include tailor-made personal development courses, as well as change management, seminar design, training and coaching for individuals, teams and organizations committed to responsible leadership.
We also offer content curation and community management services.
With the goal of initiating and anchoring desired mindset and behavioral changes, our programs are blended and designed to allow our customers to benefit from world-class digital resources, as well as personalized coaching and support.
"Knowing is not enough; we must apply.
Willing is not enough; we must do."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe