Our purpose is to assist in creating a humane economy. Our focus has always been to develop people to be the bedrock of a humane economy and world. Behaving as a humanist means creating a system and culture that everybody actively wants to be part of and contribute to.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Creating a culture where all employees feel like they belong is crucial but often challenging for organisations. We work with leaders and employees to embark on a personal transformation journey and to create strategies for increasing diversity, equity and inclusion sustainably.
Our purpose is to assist in creating a humane economy.
Our focus has always been to develop people and organisations as a bedrock of a humane economy and world. A part of this is treating each other as humanists.
What do we mean by this?
Being a humanist means…
- treating all the people you work with as the person they are rather than the role they are
- leaders creating environments where people feel safe to speak up, be themselves, have a viewpoint and challenge things for the better
- treating everyone else with respect, kindness, care and understanding, rather than stereotyping, judging, and criticising
- that leaders become more transparent, treating employees as adults and including them in as many things as humanly possible
- enabling, empowering, and extending others every day; reskilling and upskilling them for whatever is around the corner and encouraging everyone to think about themselves and others as a futurist would
- helping team members contribute to the organisation, bringing all their skills, knowledge, and attitude to the game
- inspecting our own unconscious biases, privilege, and work through gender, race and other ‘-isms’ that permeate our society and organisations
Behaving as a humanist means you create a system and culture where everybody actively wants to be part of it, they don’t want to leave, and other people actively want to join. It becomes the cultural glue that makes a futurist viewpoint, and ‘agilist’ mindset, ‘stick’!