How do you navigate all the paradoxes in your social venture?
Many of us dream of making a positive impact in the world…
But we are as strong as our ability to collaborate and communicate with one another, amplify imagination and turn ideas into effective action.
Sometimes the message isn’t getting through, actions aren’t getting the outcomes we seek…
Community or organisational cultures are changing into untamed monsters under our eyes…
Does it ring a bell?
- You want to be able to navigate paradoxes.
Eg: How to embed inclusive ways of working whilst governance only looks at profit margins…
- You want to move away from crushing contradicting assumptions.
Eg: You believe, at 55, that you only have one big job left in you, and the panic is rising… What will be your next steps?
- You want to solve logistical headaches.
Eg: you want to invest in solutions to solve thorny social and environmental issues, but the amazing entrepreneurs/creators you have come across so far found lack essential business/technical skills, so the investment can’t take place… what next?
Take the time to develop imagination, focus and harmony as a team
Your Thinking Environment
To gain clarity, focus and a plan to overcome these challenges, you need a discovery-driven approach that unlocks change. This discovery is called a Thinking Environment™, an evidence-based process that combines deep listening techniques, foresight, rigour and imagination.
I work with Impact+ entrepreneurs, angel investors, philanthropists, and global innovation networks leaders, who want to ignite their thinking, on a 1-2-1 basis or in teams.
You can book one or several thinking sessions with your organisation’s team members.
- More comfortable with change: You’ll learn how to adapt the ways you operate and process assumptions.
- Systems-focused: You’ll amplify your potential to create influential, practical solutions and resources to meet your community’s needs, where they are… and yours.
- Optimised resources: Through the power of the group and their new openness, you’ll discover new avenues to reduce risks and increase returns.
How does it work?
- The Thinking Environment brings a new way of thinking, being and acting, which intentionally creates spaces of freedom of thought among people.
- This comes as a result of applying the Thinking Environment’s Ten Components. These components are known to release independent thinking.
- The team jointly creates a listening space, where people are seen as equal and feel comfortable thinking on their own
- The team agree on one essential principle: to never interrupt, nor “complete” someone else’s thoughts
- The more people know and practice the Thinking Environment, the more they can co-shape a dedicated space for quality thinking; in addition, the easier it becomes to create and maintain one when needed
- This provides unique freedom and increased psychological safety within your organisation
Servane really open my eyes for things that I wasn’t expecting and that turned out to be one of our most important goals. How to understand the complexity of our stakeholders and help them to understand our business.
Servane is someone who will help you to dig things up and help you to understand what you really want
Contact Servane here to book a 30 min discovery call with no obligation where she will explain how a Thinking Environment ™ works.
or Directly book a Thinking Environment session for yourself before you enrol your team.
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Passionate about equipping and connecting Social Impact Professionals to adapt their ways of working and being, to create a world that says to people “They Matter”.
As a senior leader in the social economy, and a Thinking Environment practitioner, Servane has had the privilege to connect, invest in, advocate for and amplify the impact of thousands of women around the world (entrepreneurs, campaigners, C-suite team members, social finance providers).
Thanks to this experience, she has deepened her knowledge of a wide range of social, environmental, governance and cultural issues, and learned to co-create ways to mitigate them.