Knowing your "why", the deeper reason of existence of your project or team, and connecting this with to clear, meaningful, and inspiring vision. Well, that is powerful!

Most people know that they are doing; however, they have a hard time articulating "why" they are doing them. However, if you want to lead a inspired team and have an impact, you must reconnect with the deeper purpose of why you are doing what you are doing, and aligning this with a clear vision of the future. 

Vision without action is a daydream.
Action without vision is a nightmare. 

Japanese proverb

Is this for our leaders?

Leaders are overwhelmed with everyday life. They rarely take the time to think and reconnect with a deeper reason of existence of their project's, team's, even organization's. This is detrimental, as time goes by and they find themselves a few years later wondering how they ended up where they ended up (which, by the way, usually is not intentional or beneficial).

How will it help our leaders?

Daily life turns most leaders into administrators, managing tasks and requests. Articulating - and honoring - a clear purpose and vision puts them back to their leadership role.


Organic engagement


As it turns out, all the great inspiring leaders and organizations in the world, think, act and communicate the exact same way - and it's the complete opposite to everyone else: they all think, act, and communicate from the inside out: they start from their "why" and moving to their "how" and "what".
Simon Sinek

Program outlook


3 days

Group sessions

3 group sessions

Individual sessions

1 session / attendee


18 hours

Group size

up to 20 participants


Live, virtual