A modern village common where Elders and emerging leaders come together
Women, Men, and People worldwide are being called to wake up their nurturing instincts in the movement toward a more socially and environmentally just economy. In many parts of the world, Western mechanised culture has taught men of influence to suppress their innate caring instincts and taught women in positions of power to prioritise their rational minds. For the sake of young and future generations, we need to creatively break these behaviour patterns and retrain ourselves to show up in our communities and act from a place of wholeness.
The ‘Leading with Wholeness’ mini-series is designed as an introductory level course for leaders throughout our society, from Parents to Presidents, who are ready to let go of outdated habits and ways of being.
Shruthi's ancestors are from Tamil Nadu, South India and she grew up on the land of the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei people in Aotearoa, New Zealand. In Lorna’s words... “I met Shruthi when she was doing her MBA with a focus on Social Entrepreneurship at Said Business School (Oxford University). From the moment I met her I knew she was special. Shruthi radiates peace and kindness and is a relentless pursuer of truth."
Elder Mac’s ancestors are from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Scandinavia. He grew up on the land of the Cornovii people close to the borders of what is now Wales. Mac has been working with First Nations people from over five countries during the last four decades. His journey of tracing his own pre-Roman, British tribal roots is an excellent example of how we can all find deeper connections to our Earth. He brings a wealth of knowledge and wisdom in bridging western and Indigenous worlds, including experience consulting for prominent organisations like Unilever and Procter & Gamble. In Lorna’s words … “I met Mac because I had heard about Embercombe and then watched his Children’s Fire talk and was smitten. He […]
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.