Welcome To Co3 Consulting
Co-creating Cohesive Communities
With a human-centric focus on the impact of colonization, Co3 helps business leaders, NGO’s, and organizational teams to reach their full potential by catalyzing cultural change. Together, we’ll shift perspectives, reframe learned behaviors, and mend fragmented systems.
Our corporate workshops use a unique combination of Indigenous philosophies and Western methodologies to work through decolonial healing processes. By creating a diverse and inclusive environment of acceptance and understanding, you can align the wisdom of the past with your potential for the future.
What is Decolonization?
In a nutshell, decolonization is the journey towards creating an environment of freedom to embrace human potential through social, practical, and somatic practices alongside a growing awareness of the ongoing impacts of living in a colonized society.
For businesses and organizations, this means a step-by-step process of acknowledgment, understanding, shifting, and healing. If you want to know how to build a community with diversified strength, practical resilience, mutual acceptance, and a transformed systemic structure, you’ve come to the right place.
Community Healing Starts by Bringing People Together
Change can be uncomfortable, but we invite you to lean into the discomfort by building the support of those around you. A little open-mindedness and a bit of transparency can be all it takes to begin your transformation into the best leader, organization, or team you can be.
Learning how the constructs of race, whiteness, and colonialism impact our lives is the first step. Building practices to change those dynamics is ongoing work. Co3’s unique development program helps you to build and implement mindful support structures that continuously serve everyone within the community.
The Only Hope for Humankind is in the
Transformation of the Individual
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