Over the last few decades our world seems to have engaged with change at an unprecedented pace – wars, political upheaval and threats to the stability of democratic governments, looming financial crises, mass migrations, global warming and the real risks of permanent damage to our environment. The Covid-19 pandemic is the most recent of these ‘wake-up’ calls.
The need for evolution and transformation is now urgent – in the midst of this breakdown of so much we imagined to be solid, there is also an opportunity to break through, an opportunity for us all to rise to a different level of thinking and communicating and collaborative working.
What might this change mean – what is the new level of thinking, of being, of communicating with each other and of working together that we need to get to?
And what could this transformation require – not just of our appointed leaders – but of all of us as leaders in our own lives?