A modern village common where Elders and emerging leaders come together
A short course for emerging global leaders to act in service to a regenerative and flourishing future.
The Woven Way is a professional development experience designed to expose emerging global leaders to diverse approaches to creating change for our world’s pressing challenges. It draws from Indigenous, Eastern and Western approaches, weaving these together to set you up as a changemaker who is deeply grounded and self-confident. The goal is to enable you to create change from a place of inner peace and presence whilst collaborating with the Earth and its creative life force, through the practice of starting or scaling your project. Register your interest by the 2nd of May.
Elder Donna is a humble advocate, healer and leader, passionate about Indigenous practices that focus on healing and restoring our people and our Whenua (land). Donna is able to walk with ease in the corporate and policy circles, bridging Western approaches with Indigenous Māori approaches to enable us to bring the best of our collective gifts forward. She advises the New Zealand Ministry of Health to shape policy, lectures and educates people of all ages in Rongoā, has studied Western health science and a range of Indigenous healing practices and is a sought after leader. Elder Donna supports Tiwawaka, a collective of people committed to healing the life force of the land. They bring together their gifts and abilities, […]
Matt's ancestors are from Yorkshire in England, the Zillerthal Valley of Austria and Norway. He grew up on the lands of the Boonwurrung, Bunurong and Gunaikurnai peoples in West Gippsland, Australia. In Lorna’s words… “The Matt that I know is young, passionate and earnest. I met Banumbirr when he challenged me at a B Corp meeting by saying that B Corp certification did not go far enough because it was still extractive and that we needed to go further."
We acknowledge our Mother Earth and the daily services that her ecosystems provide us. We acknowledge the First Nations people of the lands and waterways from where we gather as well as their Elders past, present & emerging. We acknowledge the many paths of migration and wisdom traditions that enrich our global community through culture, trade and stories.