What you do
makes a difference
and you have to decide
what kind of difference
you want to make.


I hear people wondering why they experience...


  • slow decision making that creates bottlenecks
  • too little clarity on how decisions were made
  • overwhelm with the level of responsibility
  • low commitment and engagement
  • not enough transparency
  • not available information when it is most needed
  • too little cooperation and silos mentality
  • too long and not efficient enough meetings
  • rare entrepreneurship and ownership mentality
  • time consuming and theoretical planning and budgeting
  • focus on short term results
  • attracting and keeping best talents
  • not learning from mistakes
  • little responsiveness and adaptability

...And how they have been dreaming of

  • quick decision making
  • trust and transparency
  • freedom and responsibility
  • clear and dynamic organizational structure
  • culture of responsiveness and adaptability
  • long term focus
  • conscious and distributed leadership
  • dynamic steering
  • efficient meetings
  • fluent collaboration
  • constant learning and innovating
  • best talents onboard

Consciousness Shift

Countless leaders and organizations across the industries and cultures experienced that financial and commercial success can go hand in hand with people’s emotional, mental and physical health, happiness, care for the environment and overall sustainability. We don’t have to compromise. We can find other ways. This, however, requires us to see wider and feel deeper. To see beyond our limited perspectives.

We can tell what an organization is committed to by its culture and results.

What is your organization committed to?

Traditional ways of working & Relating

  1. Short Term Wins
  2. Static Organizational Structure
  3. Centralized Authority
  4. Plan & Predict
  5. Hierarchical Dependency
  6. Control
  7. Ego-Driven Leadership
  8. Privacy

New ways or working & Relating

  1. Long Term Sustainability
  2. Dynamic Organizational Structure
  3. Distributed Decision-Making
  4. Continuous Learning & Improvement
  5. Network of Teams
  6. Freedom & Trust
  7. Conscious Leadership
  8. Transparency

The Invitation

I am inviting you to step into the journey of creating a conscious organization and becoming a conscious contributor to the change we see happening in the world. We need to shift the paradigm of what we believe is true and how we manage, organize and relate. This is a path of letting go of power over people so we can meet authentically as partners and contribute in joy to a common purpose rooted in our candid hearts.

What it takes to change?

I believe that the more mentally, emotionally and physically conscious we become the more purposeful, authentic, transparent, trustful, free, self-responsible, connected, loving and successful organizations we can build. Transforming the way we manage, organize and relate is a deep work. It requires a significant amount of self-reflection on individual and organizational levels. I believe that magic happens when we enter a space of honesty and genuine love. Tools, methods and approaches are obviously very important, helpful and necessary. However, to make a profound change towards becoming a conscious organization we need to be ready to make a radical shift within us and between us.

I support organizations, teams and individuals on their path towards self-management and wholeness. You can expect me to use fundations of systems thinking and consciousness work and introduce approaches and practices rooted in self-management systems such as Holacracy and Sociocracy. I will encourage you to experiment with new ways of working and relating and become friends with agility and conflict resolution. We will build on your achievements, explore what is to stay and what needs to be let go. What new wants to emerge and needs to be integrated to make a difference you are looking for? Decision is yours, my role is to guide you through the process.

My Work

For the change to last, two areas need to be taken care of: organizational context (governance and operations space) as well as people contact (tribal and individual space). Working with one and forgetting about the other, tend to cause misalignment and pain. So let’s keep an eye on both:

So many organizations are consciously sensing the need for change and moving away from a habitual “if… then…” logic. We know that people functioning in healthy environments will thrive and deliver exceptional services. On the other hand talented and creative people under unfavourable conditions will experience lower satisfaction and engagement resulting in longer time-to-market, lower quality and client satisfaction, less innovation, more internal conflicts, unstable cash flow or unsatisfying revenue, margin and profit.

Expanding our ability to look via systemic lenses and shift our approach from hierarchy towards more self-managed and human-centered ways of working will wake up your organization’s collective intelligence and help the company, teams and individuals to thrive.

Are you ready to explore the path of conscious organizing and leadership?

How to thrive in self-organization? As exciting the idea is, as challenging it might be for individuals to become a true author of yourself – be self-directed and self-responsible. 

Profound organizational changes are usually overwhelming for individuals involved. You will be triggered, sense lots of tensions and feelings of insecurity, fear, irritation, impatience and confusion. You might find it hard to deal with velocity, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity you will be faced with. 

Some of your habits that were working in a hierarchical context become useless in a self-managed environment and might not be serving you anymore.

Your willingness and readiness to change and question the status quo is critical… 

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