The world is asking us to change the way we work.
Our habitual ways of working have been about creating certainty in a world that is fundamentally uncertain.
This is no longer possible, so we have to learn how to work as nature works.
The structures of business are rooted in a set of ideas and beliefs that are no longer relevant. And while much has changed over the past 50 years, the underlying assumptions about what matters have not.
The world is not something that can be managed, controlled and monetised – it's complex, uncertain and ambiguous. It has it’s own life and direction. The same goes for human beings.
The problems that are showing up - whether that’s social inequality, environmental devastation or our personal battles with our mental health - are the result of the tension between what we've been taught, and how things really are.
But we can change this - and this is why Wild Things exists.
Work can be a true expression of who we really are, a place we feel we matter, and we belong, a process of coming together to create the world we want to live in.
All we need to do is change how we show up - challenge our beliefs and change how we react. Connect to what's alive in us, and take the risks required to bring this to the world.
And we can do this together, right now.
This is the purpose of Wild Things – to provide the inspiration, tools, space and community to bring our true selves, and our wild ideas to life.