Kick-off: March 1-2, 2018 (Netherlands)
Date: March 10 - March 23, 2018 (Bhutan)
Implementation days: May 3-4 and June 7-8, 2018 (Netherlands)
Price: €10.900,- excl. VAT and travel costs from Amsterdam to Bangkok vv.
Leadership Journey Bhutan
In this program you will learn from the unique culture of Bhutan and its development model of Gross National Happiness, along with cutting-edge sustainability thinking. You will deepen the understanding of yourself with the aim of expanding your leadership perspective for creating positive change. Is happiness for yourself, your organization and society really possible? Learning from a centuries-old culture, which is rooted on the positive potential of the human mind, you can transform yourself and strengthen your leadership capacity for positive change.
The programs consists of four sessions in four months.
What participants said about us
Paul Latta, Investment Manager, ASN Bank
"The Triple Flow Leadership Programme helped me to understand my (limiting) beliefs, patterns break those and added much value to how I can create value in my working life by focussing on what is important to me, my job and the world."
Wieke Janssen, Managing Partner, Ebbinge
"The Journey exceeded my expectations. It was a valuable experience to discover silence in a beautiful landscape and authentic culture. The experience revealed my purpose to bring happiness into my organisation and take leadership to make that real."
Who will accompany you?
After a career in international law and banking, Sander has specialized in leadership development for sustainable development. In 2003-2004 he worked with Bhutan to operationalize the concept of Gross National Happiness. He has been a student of Buddhism since 1984 and authored several books. He is now the director of Mind & Life Europe and Flow Foundation, and researcher at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.
Muriel has worked as director of innovation, sustainability, marketing and strategy in international businesses (Unilever, Grolsch, KPN and Achmea) for more than 20 years. She currently works as Managing Partner at P2, a consultancy firm specialized in complex project management for sustainable transitions. She also is director at Flow Foundation and researcher at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.