Impact Safari: Bhutan
Leadership in the New Economy
Join us for a unique and powerful experience in beautiful Bhutan. This expedition is designed for leaders working in purpose-led businesses who want to explore how to lead in the new economy. Our program will include personal and professional leadership experiences in the surrounds of an ancient and beautiful culture.
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Destination: Bhutan (Thimphu & Bumthang)
Theme: Leadership in the New Economy
Dates: 15th-22nd March 2018
Program Cost: $6,500 +GST
Approximate Flight Costs: $2,000
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Impact Safari: Bhutan is an immersive leadership program that explores the design of a new economy and the leadership attributes we need to thrive in the world we are creating. We will explore the stories we tell ourselves, our philosophies of happiness, the power of solitude and the pleasures and pressures of leadership. We will investigate the revolutionary GNH framework as it applies to our businesses. Throughout our learning program we will explore the magnificent country of Bhutan; spend time in schools, monasteries and local businesses; and bask in the majestic nature.
Participants on our Bhutan expedition will be leaders within purpose-led businesses who are seeking an immersive personal development experience. Our expedition to Bhutan will be limited to 15 participants and will be hosted and led by the CEO of Small Giants, Daniel Almagor OAM, and the Secretary of the Gross National Happiness Centre, Dr Saamdu Chetri.
Gross National Happiness
GNH is a unique approach to development, which originated in Bhutan. It aims to strike a balance between material and non-material values, prioritizing the happiness and well-being of humans and all life. The objective of GNH is to achieve a balanced and sustainable form of development which encompasses a range of domains each of which makes a vital contribution to our happiness This approach aims to balance modernity with tradition, material with spiritual, and economic with social, all within the broader context of ecological conservation.