Self-Study Guide

Regenerative Leadership for
Systems Transformation

Build your Capacity to Serve your Community and the Earth

What is the Self-Study Guide?

Our guide is a carefully crafted resource to build your leadership capacity to co-create thriving, regenerative and equitable communities and societies.

Who it is For

Do you want to learn independently about regenerative paradigms, principles and practices? Do you aspire to co-create social impact in your community? If your answer is yes, this guide is for you.

Aspiring Changemakers​

who seek to gain insights and tools to lead with impact and purpose.

Visionary
Leaders

who navigate the complexities of regenerative approaches to create thriving socio-ecological systems.

Community
Builders

who foster connections, embracing diversity, and creating spaces that catalyze collective change.

Become a Regenerative Leader

This guide enables you to steward organizations with a mindset that fosters planetary thriving, aliveness and justice. To do so, you will learn about theories and practices on decoloniality, equity and transformation. As a result, you will learn how to better serve the regeneration of all life.

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Why Choose the Free Guide?

1. Learn about a unique methodology, which combines of indigenous knowledge, equity, decoloniality, regenerative leadership, inner development, and impact networks.

2. Steward regenerative communities through applying actionable frameworks, approaches and tools in your context.

3. Develop your professional niche in the field of regenerative movements through re-imagining your values and developing new skill-sets.

Build your Regenerative Leadership Capacity

Develop your knowledge, skills and practices to guide your community with regenerative strategies.

Explore Transformative Modules

These five themes give you a holistic introduction to key ideas for catalyzing transformative change.

1

Indigenous Sovereignity

Honor indigenous peoples that foster resilience in natural and social ecosystems and strengthen indigenous rights.

2

Equity & Belonging

Shift past and present colonial systems through restoring right relationships and challenging the status quo.

3

Regenerative Leadership​

Build your capacities to cultivate regenerative change approaches in your community, organization or network.

4

Inner Development​

Develop your understanding of diverse wisdom traditions, spiritual practices and inner development approaches.

5

Network Weaving

Deepen your practice of how to weave resilient impact networks to organize large-scale change efforts.

Dive into Curated Resources

Engaging Videos

Visualize concepts and learn from experts through videos that making complex topics accessible.

Recommended Books

Read handpicked literature to generate deep insights on key theories and practices.

Practice Toolkits

Apply your new insights with practical toolkits that actionable steps for real-world application.

Coaching Offers

Receive personalized guidance through coaching services tailored to your unique leadership journey and goals.

What our Clients & Partners Say

Indigenous & Modern…

Your Partners for Systems Change

Bridging the Global South and the Global North in Right Relationship

At Indigenous & Modern we have developed deep experience in a trans-disciplinary methodology which combines indigenous knowledge, community weaving and inner development to catalyze systemic transformation. Our core team stewards a broad global network of change-makers, social innovators and facilitators. We are happy to be your guides, partners and collaborators to create a thriving world.

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Isabel Gennaro

Global Impact Strategist for Systemic Change

Proposes a deep understanding into power dynamics and decision-making to foster transformation.

Isabel has more than a decade of expertise in supporting and contributing to the development and implementation of transformative projects worldwide, spanning diverse sectors and regions.

She holds a Master’s degree in Leadership for Sustainability from Malmö University, and specialized in Sustainable Finance at Oxford.

Her key skills lie in integrating project management, fundraising, impact finance, systems change and regenerative cultures.

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Joshua Konkankoh

Indigenous Elder & Social Entrepreneur

Brings ancient african wisdom into policy discourse and regenerative social movements.

Konkankoh guides leaders through ceremonies, infusing ancient wisdom into their paths.

He combines digital education with Permaculture principles, environmental leadership, and climate resilience to reduce social inequalities.

Today, Konkankoh co-designs collaborations between young change-leaders and digital social entrepreneurs.

Adrian

Adrian Röbke

Network Weaver & Transformative Facilitator

Weaves collaborative networks to shift colonial paradigms towards regenerative futures.

Adrian is an official TEDx speaker, serial co-founder of social enterprises, and facilitator of over 500 collaborative events.

He continuously unlearns harmful colonial behaviours, fosters collaboration, and contributes to equitable outcomes.

His competencies lie in systems thinking, regenerative leadership development, network weaving, program design and participatory facilitation.

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