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Why Nomads?

What’s A Nomad?


Nomadic Communities Are Groups Of People Who Move From Place To Place In Pursuit Of Opportunity. They May Move Across Rainforests, Deserts, Oceans And Rivers, Ice, Wide And Open Grasslands And Sometimes In Cities.

There Are 3 Categories Of Nomadic People:


Pastoral; With Herds Of Livestock

Peripatetic; Who Move For Craft Or Trade Opportunities.

There Are Hundreds Of Nomadic Cultures Still Thriving In Some Of The World’s Harshest Environments, Although Today’s Challenges Including Climate Change, Land Ownership Rights And Deforestation, Are Placing Unprecedented Pressure On Communities.

To Live As A Nomad Requires A Completely Different Outlook On Change And Movement Compared To Settled Communities. Instead Of Building Walls, Hierarchies And Avoiding Risks, Nomads Approach Challenges With A Nomadic Mindset.

What’s A Nomadic Mindset?

1. Recognise And Accept That Your Environment Is Changing.

2. Identify As An Agile Group That Moves Towards Opportunity.

3. Harness The Wisdom Of Your Community To Make Decisions.

How’s It Relevant To Leadership Today?

Do You And Your Team Understand And Embrace Change And Disruption?

Are You Able To Create A Culture That Welcomes Change?

Can You Engage, Unite And Empower A Diverse Collection Of Individuals?

In today’s world, 63% of people do not trust their leaders at work (Edelman Trust Barometer, 2017), 7/10 change management initiatives fail to reach their goal (McKinsey, 2017) and the cost of disengagement is estimated at $550 billion to the US economy alone (Gallup, 2016) …

We believe leaders are well overdue a fresh perspective.