Seeing growing threats and opportunities in the changing world?
Create your resilient transition.
Be a step ahead of the rest.
If we want a truly viable and sustainable future, we need to rethink what that looks like and how we get there.
We call this a resilient transition.
The resilient transition is adaptable, holistic, evidence-based and built on a commitment to a better future for ourselves and the planet.
Whether you are on your way or just getting started, we offer education, guidance, and research to help you on the journey, with tailored solutions that deliver strategic resilience, increased capability and reduced risk.
With our help, you’ll create your own capability for resilient transition - the ongoing capacity adapt to the changing world while building your better future.
We help you transition with clarity and confidence, while continually building your capability.
We will work with you to understand your current trajectory and offer guidance on critical decisions and a sustainable direction. We facilitate research to show you how to adjust your course and provide education that will develop your leadership capability, systems and culture.
We see through the trends and short-term solutions to discern the long-term viability of your resilient transition. And we help you build the capability to become future fit on a perpetual basis.
Want to learn more about resilient transition and the work we do? Visit our FAQ page. Or, if you’re ready to start your journey towards a resilient transition, book an introductory consultation with one of our experts today.
Three pillars of transition
Our work is based on the pillars of education, guidance and research.
Everything we do is led by our core values.
Truth of source: We trust science, traditional knowledge and evidence. We cut through the noise and look for the truth.
Integrity to course: We stay true to our values, commitments, relationships and plans. We believe in a better world for future generations.
Action and learning: We lead through research, education and ongoing development of ourselves and others.
Partnership in place: We seek to understand the unique environmental, social and economic requirements of each place we work in.
Trust: We know that the transition will be built on teamwork and high levels of trust.
"Many of us, these days, seem to have trouble seeing the horizon — we seem no longer able to imagine a future or even to say what “the future” is. In particular, we are unable to imagine a system of economic arrangements founded on something other than insatiable need. What we need is not technological solutions — more stuff — so much as new habits of reasoning about how we relate to one another and our milieu. Real Transition Leaders gives organizations a head start cultivating such new habits"
Josh Berson - Author of The Human Scaffold and Co-director of Time Kitchen