Collaboration Ecosystems for a Sustainable Future


Dear Sir or Madam,

collaboration and collective leadership are essential for addressing today's sustainability challenges. However, working together and finding consensus can be difficult. So how can we make collaboration work?

Leadership in navigating complex challenges depends on the capacity of a collective to catalyse and implement change for the common good. Upscaling collaboration skills around the world is the Collective Leadership Institute’s passion.

Get inspired, learn more, and discover proven methodologies.

Spot collaborative and collective solutions by participating in our worldwide courses:

The Art of Stakeholder Collaboration 1
30 June - 3 July | Germany
27 - 30 October | South Africa

The Art of Stakeholder Collaboration 2
6 - 9 July | Germany
17 - 20 November | Asia

The Art of Leading Collectively
13 - 15 July | Germany
26 - 28 October | Germany

The above-listed open courses can also be adapted to your specific context and challenges. The latter are especially impactful for diverse teams of issue-based stakeholders seeking to shift their environmental, social and/or economic reality toward a shared future vision.

Petra Kuenkel in The Club of Rome
Video on Collaboration Ecosystems

Petra Kuenkel, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Collective Leadership Institute is now a Full Member of The Club of Rome, a network of “…long-term thinkers interested in contributing in a systemic, interdisciplinary and holistic manner to a better world." Read more >>


A collective commitment is needed to address our over-exploitation of natural resources and to bring our relationship with the Earth into balance. This can be achieved in localities around the world by applying the Dialogic Change Model to build collaboration ecosystems. Watch video >>

The Stakeholder Collaboration Accreditation Scheme (SCAS)
  Case Study: Partnering for Sustainable Forestry in Laos!

Collect credits with every course or enrol for the SCAS and become an accredited Stakeholder Collaboration Expert to work with the proven Collective Leaderhip Institute's methodologies. Read more >>
Communities, biodiversity and the climate in Laos are negatively affected by forest degradation and fragmentation. The Collective Leaderhip Institute convened a group of representative Lao stakeholders for a series of capacity building workshops to build stakeholder collaboration skills, paint a shared vision and design a joint strategy. Learn more >>

We empower people to lead collectively towards a sustainable future.


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