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Your Guide to Positive Workplace Activism

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“70% of Millennial employees believe they can make an even greater impact on our world than the leaders who run organisations.”

*Weber Shandwick: Employee Activism in the Age of Purpose

We are a learning hub for employee-led change. We embolden professionals to confidently organise and take positive action around climate change and social justice in their workplaces.


No more operating undercover. It’s time for out-in-the-open conversations. Want to know how an activist mindset can help you mobilise, organise and drive positive change from within? 

Sign up for our online course in positive workplace activism. Or hire us for in-house programs, workshops and inspiring talks.

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Alice Walker

What is EMPLOYEE Activism?

Young leaders today long to drive real change. You no longer tolerate social inequities and environmental degradation as a result of business-as-usual and want to be part of the solution. You are the impact generation. A growing generation sparked by an activist mindset. Organizing is happening in private, in schools and on the streets. Your workplace is only the next step.

The purpose of workplace activism is to make the workplace a place for positive change. A place that supports actions that are transparent in their aims and serve the agenda of uplifting the collective, reducing inequalities and respecting and regenerating the planet. ​

We facilitate conversations and constructive dialogue between senior management and employees. We help to bridge the divide in organisations. Make companies more ambitious and accelerate positive change. 

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From the individual to the collective


CHANGing the business

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we're starting with 10 strategies TO support activist leaders to act with confidence and courage.

Change is an ongoing process, not a quick fix. Our approach looks at three areas of development commonly referred to as leading self, leading others and leading the system. Each strategy for change reflects an area of growth that can help you become more effective. You can start your journey today by looking through the strategies page for insights. Discover the power of listening, engaging others through organising principles and learn about the energy hidden in resistance

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Online course

positive workplace activism 

Register for a 6-week guided online course and you'll join a cohort of purpose-driven professionals and learn positive activist strategies to change your company from within. Well support you in creating your action plan and feel ready to taking your next step to making the organisation you work for more sustainable and inclusive


You'll go through 6 online modules and work with your closed peer group during weekly, interactive sessions. 

Next cohort: 13th May - 24th June

The content offers real business activist stories, explainer videos, reflection exercises and a 100-page reader to help you on your journey.  ​

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Monthly Community Sessions (free!)

Every month, we host a community session around a different topic. Everyone is invited to join in and learn from one or more guest speakers. Sessions are interactive, meaning we go into breakouts to share stories and learn from each other. If you think you have a great topic to share, please get in touch! 

Upcoming Sessions:
What about Works Councils: 
How Works Councils can be proactive forces for raising employee voice on a variety of issues.

The Doughnut for Employee Activists: exploring how employees can help drive this redesign of businesses needed to help humanity into the Doughnut. 

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Our Podcast on Employee Activism 

With many businesses confused about what ‘doing good’ means, employees are stepping up and pressuring their organisations to act on behalf of an interest greater than their company’s profits. 


In a two-part podcast, Tessa Wernink co-founder of the Undercover Activist and Kwame Ferreira, founder of Impossible get together to explore what innovators and activists have in common. Listen to a range of activists and experts who are challenging current norms and speaking up in the face of questionable leadership. Their resistance to the current system is a first step to believing we can be part of change when we bring our values and action to the workplace.


Available on all podcast players.

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