At Voyage Beyond we work on three levels with organizations, teams and individuals:
Questions we ask ourselves:
In what kind of a world do we want our children to live in the year 2050?
Even when we get a clear vision about this, how are we going to create it? In a world with climate change, a wider gap between rich and poor, haves and have nots, with wars and famine on different continents, and fires, floods and weather getting more extreme.
Is it possible to create lasting and sustainable value? And how do we define value?
“When you let go of trying to get more of what you don’t really need, it frees up oceans of energy to make a difference with what you have. When you make a difference with what you have, it expands. Once we let go of the mindset of scarcity, we discover the surprising truth of sufficiency. It is an experience, a context we generate, a declaration, a knowing that there is enough, and that we are enough.” (Lynne Twist, The Soul of Money)
"Psychological safety describes a climate where people feel safe enough to take interpersonal risks by speaking up and sharing concerns, questions, or ideas." (Amy Edmondson, The Fearless Organization)
"To be authentic is literally to be your own author ... to discover your native energies and desires, and then find your way of acting on them." (Warren Bennis, An Invented Life)
"There are no bad teams, just bad leaders." (Jocko Willink, Extreme Ownership)
"Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens." — Kahlil Gibran