Innovation Economy – Leading Digital Wellbeing
To be able to restore vitality to local and global eco-systems, we need to regenerate and re-animate ourselves, while we cultivate our capacity to scale how we teach and share this knowledge with others.
“Clear thinking, creatively confident, emotionally flexible and resilient people are more effective at restoring the world’s living capital.” The Regenerative Enterprise
Just as classical art, for example, ballet, evolved from its origins and developed new technologies to become the athletic form it is today, leadership and organizational growth technologies need to evolve to respond to the new, volatile world we in-habit.
We live in a unique time where we have access to so many different cultural ecosystems, games, new economic models, life enhancing and survival skills.
To imagine a better future beyond the few choices currently offered where preservation of living systems are seen as “refusal to adapt and evolve to the inevitable future” and “keeping back human evolution”, we need to tap into novel perspectives, for example from innovator artists – positive mavericks who use philosophy, psychology and the humane arts to innovative leadership development.
The purpose of these two projects are to empower leaders and organizations to improve their cultural algorithms for “groupware” (computer-mediated culture) and cultural coding as well as adoption capabilities, and be able to respond more imaginatively to current global trends.
“The digital world is not a separate reality. People bring to their on-line interaction their strengths, their fears, their feelings, their past hurts, stage in life, cultural milieu, socio-economic status, and off-line connections with others.” Barry Wellman and Milena Gulia – adapted from their article: Net Surfers Don’t Ride Alone: Virtual Communities as Communities (August, 1997)
Living within an increasingly turbulent world, there is more need than ever to cultivate leadership wisdom and skills that empower us to be responsive to continuous change and crisis, improve our foresight and prediction capabilities, navigate and enable new emerging structures informed by collective human and species intelligences and tools, in particular non-machine consciousnesses.
If not you, who will co-create the new world? And who will volunteer to re-write and build healthy soils and foundations for new ways to conceptualize the future?
The BlackLlama Vintage Leadership Philosophy describes a new positive maverick leadership philosophy to accelerate adoption of emerging new transformative technologies and cultures, for example learning how to enhance customer desirability.
You will be inspired to create superhero technologies and digital wellbeing, human autonomy, regenerative cultures and economies and prepare leaders with the skills and capabilities they need to be successful in an increasingly unpredictable and volatile world.
I am the founder and concept creator of the BlackLlama Enchantivist Guild.
BlackLlama Enchantivism is an Ecotherapy for the Imagination. We enable an enhanced sensory experience of nature.
The purpose of the Guild is build a decentralized, intentional community of practice where we restore intuition, nurture imagination and creatively change lifestyles. We focus our attention and practices on simple challenges, such as lack of good sleep or pervasive anxiety.
Members of the BlackLlama Enchantivist Guild were accepted and completed the certification training of the Transformative Tech Academy 2019 Cohort.
We are passionate about working on or leveraging technology to raise mental health, emotional well-being or human thriving. We recently completed our first ecotherapy facilitator retreat in Peru.
Our goal is to inspire the design of earth-centric transformative technologies that are accessible to most people on the planet.