Co-creation is a vital aspect of Global Warriors’ programmes. Here, our Warrior team colleague, Duncan Muller reflects on his recent experience leading two new groups in the States.
Some would say that a boundary is a line of separation – the point where one place or person ends, and another begins. Others would say that a boundary is a point of connection – the location where two places or people meet. This may seem like only a semantic difference, but as worldviews they are fundamentally different.
We all know the feeling of regret that follows a step towards vulnerability. It’s your mind saying, “What did you just do? What were you thinking?!” Managing this moment can be the difference between being a leader who consistently crosses their personal edges, and one who plays it safe.
As human beings we are meant to feel fear. We’ve evolved to experience this emotion for a reason. At the most basic level, fear helps to keep us alive and has contributed to our species’ survival for the past 200,000 years. At Global Warriors we talk about ‘the Edge’ – the dividing point between the comfortable and the uncomfortable, the known and the unknown, the familiar and the unfamiliar. The question is, how do you engage with the stories that your mind naturally, healthily throws at you as you stand at the Edge?
As Global Warriors shifts focus from developing conscious leaders to courageous ones, we discuss how creating positive change in the world needs leaders who embrace both conscious awareness and courageous action.