Please join us for an exclusive Regenerative Leadership Retreat in Assisi, the birthplace of Saint Francis.
As influential leaders, we have an historic responsibility - and opportunity - to respond to a growing number of urgent crises that will determine the future of life.
Where and how shall we lead? How can we, individually and together, offer the world inspiration and concrete solutions that demonstrate that another economy, another world is possible?
These questions reach beyond simplistic answers. This retreat and the ongoing relationships it may nourish are an opportunity to explore them with peers whose values are aligned and whose backgrounds are diverse enough to inspire innovative answers.
The retreat’s setting - in the midst of Assisi’s natural and cultural beauty - offers us the perfect opportunity to deepen our personal reflection and dialogues to advance towards building regenerative companies and economies, while also finding fulfillment as human beings.
Our regenerative leadership journey
Retreat activities range from walking in the footsteps of Saint Francis across summery fields and historic sites, to inspiring remarks grounded in hands-on leadership experience and science followed by deep dialogues.
We will share in regenerative nature immersions, exploring Pope Francis’s Laudato Sí and Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness, as well as the question of how to integrate strength and love to turn leadership into an intentional spiritual path.
Together we will inquire into Western and Eastern wisdom practices as translated into today’s leadership context, sharing inspired, informal conversations while enjoying Italy’s wonderful food and wine.
Spiritual practices integrated with concrete action
Join us to experience the wonder of the Umbrian countryside in summer, in the company of likeminded colleagues who are united for regeneration.
From here it is possible to see the dome of the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the Sanctuary of Rivotorto and from the roof garden the Rocca Maggiore, the bell tower of the Basilica of Santa Chiara and the Basilica of San Francesco and the Sacred Convent.