The Dragon Dreaming Institute is founded to support entrepreneurs and change-makers with the Dragon Dreaming method, based on a mindful culture and modern business approach.
Dragon Dreaming is an open-source method spreading around the world and first developed by John Croft and Vivienne Elanta at the Australian Gaia Foundation. After establishing the international Dragon Dreaming community platform as a decentral open source movement, the Dragon Dreaming Institute is founded to support projects combining Dragon Dreaming with modern business approach to create effective solutions that are co-created by the whole team and helps to evolve the potential of organisations.
A method building bridges between consciousness work and project management. It helps us to express our authentic self and support a value-based community while serving higher principles through developing innovative and meaningful projects.
Dragon Dreaming combines systemic theories, ancient wisdom, mindfulness exercises, participatory project design tools and proven management methods.
It is a method supporting us to find simple solutions while facing complex challenges.
Our workshops are valuable for any organisations, entrepreneurs and change-makers who want to inspire an impact in this society through their actions.
Please watch the following video to get some insights.
In this handbook, you will find more information about the methodology and a step-by-step guide on how to use Dragon Dreaming.
If you are looking for in-house consulting or facilitation for your project, please contact us.
You are interested in more information about public trainings offered and the global community, please visit the community platform.
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