Transforming how we work together deepens and expands the impact we bring to the world—in education; in business; in every area of human endeavor. To be prepared for the challenges and opportunities presented to us, and to navigate our institutions through them, we need to re-humanize our endeavor and tap into the power of collective intelligence. We need to revitalize organizations, bringing personnel into higher levels of engagement, productivity, and collaboration.
The word ‘Eliad’ comes from the plant family ‘Bromeliad’. Bromeliads are self-sustaining plants, a recent stage in the evolution of life. Much like Bromeliads, we endeavor to support individuals and organizations to develop mindsets, skills and feedback loops to be self-sustaining. So together, we can all grow and adapt, and greet the future with open arms.
Connect to purpose. Create alignment with strategy and vision to bring clarity and effectiveness to actions.
Harness the collective potential inherent in any team with co-creative design. Leverage design thinking to catalyze breakthroughs and thrive.
Re-write the principles of engagement between individuals. Humanize interactions and unlock new opportunities for creativity, innovation and leadership.
Build capacity for innovation leadership and create space for a culture of growth. Cultivate awareness and agile learning to support high performing teams.
Digital NEST. USA.
Steve Bean Enterprise Director, Digital Nest
Bay View Academy. USA.
Karina Barger Head of School
Major Credit Union (BankING). USA.
Joshua Ramey-Renk SPHR VP Learning & Organizational Development
Shikshankur: The Global School. India.
Rachna Joshi Principal
The Co-Creation Initiative. Laos.
Rajil Executive Leadership Coach
Colorado Rockies. USA.
Joshua Rosenthal Supervisor, Cultural Development, Colorado Rockies
Chinese International School. China.
Richard Pratt Director, Hangzhou CIS
“It’s been so long since I’ve truly invested in myself, let alone to spend a few days in isolation from society, with only my thoughts to keep me company. There are so many highlights from this trip, from the places we visited, the friendships we forged and the deep insights we gained, but the greatest value was taking time to chase my own thoughts and to also let them be. If there’s one retreat you do this year (or decade), then this is the one that you need to make time for. It’s the best investment you can make for yourself.”
James Bishop Co-founder, Brains on the Beach