Any time we are driving for change we are actually igniting a movement
If we don’t take the time to check in with ourselves and allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we clip our wings as a Catalyst.
Our ability to make positive change in the world is amplified as those around us help us tune into what brings us joy
Courtney is a customer experience designer, who has been working almost a decade for a leading worldwide company in IT and networking. Devoting heart and soul to her job, one day she felt the need to take a step back from her Silicon Valley lifestyle and flew away to Thailand. Courtney shared with us her thoughts and tips to live better as a Catalyst, both personally and professionally speaking.
“It was as if I had just read it. It was so clear in my head.” Shakeya is a health ethics, compliance, and risk Strategist in San Francisco, California. She attended one of the Catalyst Constellations retreat and decided to share her experience. Get ready to be inspired !
“There are so many types of change agents and Catalysts” was the first thing Georges Sassine told us at the end of the first Catalyst Constellations retreat. Indeed, he had just spent a revitalizing week-end in Northern California surrounded by business design strategists, heads of innovation in big companies, executive directors, entrepreneurs…
It’s time for change agents to get more intentional about leaning into one another so we can recharge, maintain our progress and more sustainably change the world.
When I went to the farms and saw how lives could be transformed by the work I was doing, it became a personal burning imperative.
A few months ago, John Morley would tell you that he had a “smorgasbord of ideas” regarding his career. But two weeks ago, he got every catalysts’ dream job. His job description is literally to change an organization to move forward with its digital transformation agenda, and to explore new things.
How exactly did he get there?