About The Passion Institute
Sustainability is a $12 trillion a year market opportunity by meeting UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals in just four out of 60 sectors – food and agriculture, cities, energy and materials, and health and wellbeing. (Source: Business Commission)
We work in the intersection of Sustainability, Communication and Conscious Leadership. We help our clients create companies that have depth, resilience and systemic understanding, and brands that meets or exceeds consumer world trends – this requires a courageous, agile, change-ready and strong culture, where the values of sustainability, trust, responsibility and purpose is at the core of the business DNA and executive leadership efforts.
Exponential Innovation, Future Studies and Disruption are key efforts of our time. At The Passion Institute, we believe that creative thinkers and doers not afraid to experiment, break down silo thinking and disregard unspoken organizational and societal barriers will be the successful leaders of the future. Capacities needed for succes in these areas require leaders to move beyond the rational mind, and impart knowledge in equal measure from the highest human abilities of intuition, emotion and somatic knowing. This requires Conscious Leadership training.
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- Business and leadership strategy
- Corporate sustainable Communication & WHY strategy
- Leadership development, custom programs and training
- Conscious leadership training programs (corporate and individual)
- Executive and Entrepreneur Advisory
- Purpose & WHY workshops and strategy
- International speaking & teaching
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The time has come for the human-centric leader, who has the capacity to perceive far beyond the rational mind to generate systems-wide environmental and social global solutions.
- Sandja Brügmann, Managing Partner The Passion Institute
In 10 year's time, people will say it's inconceivable that business was done any other way. The notion that a company can only care about profit will be seen as old-fashioned and irresponsible.
Lorna Davis, CEO DanoneWave