We are a new, for-profit consulting organization that works with global business leaders to make a difference in the world. We facilitate collaboration between government, civil society and business to solve pressing problems or create positive social impact. In contrast to our competitors in the peacebuilding and 'conscious capitalism' business sectors, we integrate consciousness practices, grounded in behavioral psychology, in our approach.
Our Vision: We help create systemic peace and positive social impact in the world by addressing crisis situations and/or catalyzing abundance through the integration of conscious business practices.
Our Mission: We integrate the best of business and consciousness to transform society’s most significant challenges.
Value Proposition: We catalyze positive social impact and extraordinary outcomes by collaborating with diverse stakeholders using our business technology, grounded in behavioral consciousness.
Tagline (not incorporated in logo): Business can change the world.
Our target audience are Fortune 500/ global business leaders who are interested in or have an economic stake in creating peace or improving societies where they conduct business. Likewise we plan to work with government officials, policy makers, and civil society leaders who work together with the business sector to collectively approach pressing issues (such as conflict zones or social problems that threaten economic growth).
Multiple organizations around the globe bring stakeholder groups together to successfully diagnose complex challenges and develop sophisticated collective action plans to address root causes of conflict. Numerous other enterprises excel at teaching self-mastery skills and consciousness practices to help leaders become more resilient and respond to conflict in skillful ways. Very few ventures integrate these two distinct, yet complementary, modalities. Our unique contribution to the peace-building space is to empower leaders and stakeholder groups to integrate both the inner and outer transformation of conflict. We could help groups to deepen their understanding of the complex challenges they face and design appropriate responses to seemingly intractable issues. At the same time, we might provide tools and practices to help leaders not only see new possibilities, but also develop the self-mastery required to navigate and ultimately transform conflict.