Inner Development Goals
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Inner Development Goals

The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

Why

For corporate and societal transformation to take place we need personal transformation. Yes, we do have the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a plan for what we need to focus on for a sustainable world by 2030 – but with mixed progress. Why? Because we need to develop our inner abilities and mindsets to be able to lead in an increasingly dynamic environment. Global challenges such as climate change, income inequalities, human rights violations, or the erosion of social cohesion cannot be solved by the same kind of thoughts, beliefs, and actions that once created them. We need to improve our collective ability to face and effectively work with complex challenges. Research shows that the inner abilities, skills and mindsets that we now need can be developed.

What

The Inner Development Goals (IDGs), is a global initiative born in Sweden. A global movement to solve the challenges faced by humanity. A framework for what is needed for transformation to happen; 5 dimensions with 23 skills and qualities as well as tools. Afuture is the Italian IDGs -hub (there are currently 100+ hubs worldwide) – a curated group of pioneers and a web of committed people and organizations from different sectors and generations. We host conversations exploring how inner growth is connected to sustainability. We inspire each other to use the framework, practice it and share what we learn.

Who

The IDG project was initiated in 2019 by Ekskäret Foundation, 29k, and The New Division. A not for profit and open source initiative. The framework is developed by a team of international researchers involving more than a thousand people (including Amy C. Edmondson from Harvard Business School and Otto Scharmer from MIT Sloan). IDGs are especially crucial for leaders who address SDGs. The local Italian hub is evolving rapidly. Afuture welcomes new changemakers to join our gatherings, become a partner, and contribute to creating impact.

Inner Development Goals

The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

Why

For corporate and societal transformation to take place we need personal transformation. Yes, we do have the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a plan for what we need to focus on for a sustainable world by 2030 – but with mixed progress. Why? Because we need to develop our inner abilities and mindsets to be able to lead in an increasingly dynamic environment. Global challenges such as climate change, income inequalities, human rights violations, or the erosion of social cohesion cannot be solved by the same kind of thoughts, beliefs, and actions that once created them. We need to improve our collective ability to face and effectively work with complex challenges. Research shows that the inner abilities, skills and mindsets that we now need can be developed.

What

The Inner Development Goals (IDGs), is a global initiative born in Sweden. A global movement to solve the challenges faced by humanity. A framework for what is needed for transformation to happen; 5 dimensions with 23 skills as well as tools. Afuture is the Italian IDGS-hub (there are currently 100+ hubs worldwide) – a curated group of pioneers. We welcome companies that believe in the power of collective intelligence, committed to accelerate their work towards the SDGs via inner development. Afuture invites a web of committed people and organisations from different sectors and generations. We host conversations exploring how inner growth is connected to sustainability. We inspire each other to use the framework, to practice it and share what we learn.

Who

The IDG project was initiated in 2019 by Ekskäret Foundation, 29k, and The New Division. A not for profit and open source initiative. The framework is developed by a team of international researchers involving more than a thousand people (including Amy C. Edmondson from Harvard Business School and Otto Scharmer from MIT Sloan). IDGs are especially crucial for leaders who address SDGs. The local Italian hub is evolving rapidly. Afuture welcomes new changemakers to join our gatherings, become a partner, and contribute to creating impact.