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The Whole-Human Manifesto

Work doesn't have to be so 🤖 robotic.

Creating change doesn't have to be such a 🐌 slog.

Enough rigidity.

Enough misalignment.

 We need to get real.  

Our planet,
our institutions, 
our bodies and minds
are begging us for change...

But business can't create real change when work culture is set up to stifle it.

Our inherited work culture dictates that we treat ourselves like machines.

It's unsustainable. It's inhumane. And it's just plain stupid.

The culture of confined humanity says that work and personal life, head and heart, are separated by some imaginary line. It says it's worthwhile to chase the corner office and postpone collective impact. It says it's normal to contort ourselves and our values until we fit in.

And it tells us change is too risky.

Well, we're kind people...but we're not worried about upsetting apple carts.

We're upgrading the current hyper-individualistic (and hyper-delusional) definition of success.

Our world needs life-affirming, regenerative change now. And that change emerges only when we bring all of ourselves -- our full-fledged, messy-AF, authentic humanity -- to our way of working.

It's time to buck the trend of mechanistic work by healing work culture so it reflects the full range of our humanity.

We strive to be our most creative, authentic selves at work because that's how we live a life aligned with our gifts. We sense what's possible if we show up to our purpose with our full range of humanity. So we're taking responsibility for our ripple. Because we know there is no purpose on autopilot.

Real change comes from purposeful presence.


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Our leadership team would not be nearly as effective without this very special perspective and partnership.


It has totally transformed how we operate.

Martha Bitar, CEO

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