Inner Development Goals Conference
Leadership Coach, Front of Room Leader and Systemic Change Guide

You’re probably familiar with the UN’s seventeen sustainability development goals (SDGs), which aim for a just, prosperous and sustainable future for humanity. And I wonder if you’ve come across the IDGs. If not, here’s my invitation to take a look.

What’s the problem of our time?

Well, we collectively haven’t yet been able to successfully meet our biggest challenges, such as conflict and loneliness, as well as climate change and poverty.

Why can’t we seem to deliver on the vision of a sustainable future for humanity?

Albert Einstein said that we cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

What’s the opportunity?

It’s simple. We collectively have to work on our inner development. That means:

  • We have to increase our ability to face complexity, to rethink what we “know”, to allow diversity, and to work together.
  • We need to learn how to make decisions in a complex world.
  • We have to increase our ability to go into disagreement without being fearful or angry, so that we can work with disagreement rather than push against it and stay in silo conversations.
  • We have to increase our resilience in the face of setbacks.

We’ve got lots of work to do, together. Here’s a place for you to join the work.

The Inner Development Goals community invites everyone to join and do the work of raising our inner complexity so as to be able to not just face our present world, but to shape and re-create it. The IDG global community has come together during Covid times to cross pollinate and co-create in order to learn to develop our minds and hearts to become the people who can tackle the problems we’re facing today. And you are invited to join.

What are the Inner Development Goals?

“The Inner Development Goals are the tools we need to reach the UN’s seventeen Sustainable Development Goals, and secure a just, prosperous and sustainable future for humanity.” If you want to learn more about that, go to

Join the global gathering to find out more and experience doing the inner work yourself.

The next global gathering happens all day on 29 April 2022. And you can join it on site in Sweden, or online.

The masters of inner and collective development are gathering and offering workshops on overcoming our individual immunities to change, on leading in complexity, on leading from the emerging future, on turning diversity into inclusion, and so much more.

To create a better world together and keep our environment hospitable for our children and children’s children, we need to attend to our inner world. We need to rise to the challenge, become more self-aware and rid ourselves of the baggage that’s stopping us right now.

Now is the time. Seize the chance.

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