Using culture change and regenerative practice with groups, businesses, and communities to regenerate ecosystems.
Culture is a huge catalyst for change. It connects people to each other and the space where they co-exist. It is largely intangible, constantly evolving, shaped by nature and landscape, and influenced by everyone associated with an organisation or community both past and present. Therefore, each organisation, group or team has its own inherent culture.
Like a garden, culture goes through seasons and needs to be designed and nurtured to support it´s people´s wellbeing, achieve desired outcomes, and have a healthy impact on the environment. We understand that culture can not be copy and pasted from place to place. This is why it is fundamental to empower communities and regions to self-determine the pathways forward to realising their vision for the generations that follow.
We can provide you with the expertise, tools, and frameworks to create a culture which is resilient to external impacts and can support transformative change to thrive. We look to work closely with leaders, employees and community members using methods such as restorative practice to understand where the current culture could be improved.
Our experience in workshop facilitation, relationship building, group navigation, and energy systems ensures people are provided with an empowering environment, making it easier to solve conflicts, be transparent and vulnerable, and instill a sense of belonging in the group.
Regenerative practice asks us to look beyond preserving the current state of the environment for future generations, but to design our lives, businesses, communities, institutions etc. in ways that are life-giving i.e. creating conditions conducive to life.
No matter what industry background or role title we like to hide behind, it asks us to operate from a space of expansion, interconnection, and with as much understanding as possible for the impact we have in the web of life.
One role of a regenerative practitioner, as we understand it, is to be a mirror, reflecting back to the group what they are perceiving, seeing, hearing and feeling, so that the group can then decide what changes are needed and how to proceed.
Taking a regenerative approach to projects means we use systems thinking and design to understand the projects place in both it´s local ecosystem, as well as the earth. We ask ¨How can we imagine this better?¨, we are curious and playful, and we listen deeply to the story told by the land and it´s people.
If you are working in a project which could benefit from a restorative or regenerative approach, we would love to hear from you.