Activate Human Potential by

Creating the Conditions for High-Performance.

Our Approach

people  |  science  |  potential

We leverage culture to empower organisations and the people within them.   

Behavioural economics and data science enables a deep understanding of the human behaviour driving your organisation or limiting its potential.
Raise the bar for high performance and productivity by inciting thoughtful growth and transformation.

Culture is now the byword for innovation, growth and agility across all industries.
 We define it as what happens in the space between people or groups of people. 

If you’re in doubt on how to give better shape to your environment send us a quick email below – that’s our bag!
We can help you use it as a force to enable more.


How organisations lead, manage and develop people has important ramifications on collaboration, innovation, growth, agility and more.

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Investing in people by taking a whole person approach.  We integrate different frameworks to enable human capability
and aptitude.

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A tailored and retained executive search service to discreetly highlight, attract and introduce senior level candidates under the radar.

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About Us

Rupinder, Founder & MD

Call us business intelligence experts, strategic consultants or cultural anthropologists.

We focus on helping to realise the unseen potential within organisations and people.

Shaping and reshaping ecosystems to enable, empower and facilitate .  We aim to help realise a more meaningful and human approach to cultural, organisational and personal development.

By helping leaders build diverse, new environments that capture the potential they house, we help reshape the world of work.

Combining data, science, psychology and wellbeing to learn from what is and step into what could be.

Call us with your people and culture questions, book us for your panel discussions and hire us to realign your organisation below.

Ted Talks 

Margaret Heffernan on Embracing Conflict

Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but as Margaret Heffernan shows us, good disagreement is central to progress.

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Malcolm Gladwell on Embracing the Diversity of Human Beings

Malcolm Gladwell gets inside the food industry’s pursuit of the perfect spaghetti sauce — and makes a larger argument about the nature of choice and happiness.

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Roselinde Torres on Leadership

The world is full of leadership programs, but the best way to learn how to lead might be right under your nose.

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Dan Ariely on the Science of Motivation

What motivates us to work? Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn’t just money.

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