We are pleased to announce that John Hardman has been accepted as a member of the faculty of the Amani Institute in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In May, 2017, he will be offering professional development on Regenerative Leadership as part of the institute's program, whose mission is "to develop professionals who create social impact by creating new models of education and training that enable people to develop new practical skills and experiences for their professional toolkit, a personal understanding of their own leadership journey, and the global networks necessary for long-term career success."
The Amani Institute's inspiring vision strongly resonates with the work of Regenerative Organizations:
"The Amani Institute envisions a world beyond boundaries. These include boundaries between nations and, therefore, between peoples. Between disciplines and ideologies. Between the classroom and society. Between making a living and making a difference.Our most profound problems cross national boundaries, requiring not just interdisciplinary thought but also interlocking experiences to understand them. They call upon problem-solvers to submit their whole selves in the service of creating sustainable change.And in this world of accelerating problems, the most important thing to do is help more people become problem-solvers. We envision our community seeing themselves as global changemakers – able to operate flexibly and freely wherever they are called to go, living and working in ways that transcend boundaries.
The root word “aman” signifies peace or stability in every country in the arc from Morocco to Indonesia."
For more information on the institute, see here.