We research how professionals can better lead their organisations, sectors or communities towards sustainability and social justice, and how such leadership can be enabled.
Our focus is on the attributes and competencies that enable someone to participate in social transformation. This includes the study of how organisational and societal transformations occur, as well as how to encourage personal transformations and wellbeing through learning experiences.
Our research draws upon the empowering educational approach of Charlotte Mason, who established our campus in 1892, and the opportunity of our beautiful landscape for learning both in and from nature. Our first Occasional Paper, "Searching for Sustainability Leadership" by Professor Jem Bendell and Richard Little (of Impact International), is available as a pdf.