In 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals provided us with a comprehensive plan for a sustainable world by 2030. The 17 goals cover a wide range of issues that involve people with different needs, values, and convictions. There is an urgent need to accelerate this moonshot for humanity.
We believe that personal development is necessary for societal change. Our aim is to educate, inspire and empower people to be a positive force for change in society and find a more purposeful way to look at our lives and the lives of the people around us. This is why we are co-creating the Inner Development Goals – a blueprint of the capabilities, qualities and skills that are needed to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The IDG’s current framework consists on 5 categories with 23 skills that actively can be developed:
1. Being — Relationship to Self
2. Thinking — Cognitive Skills
3. Relating — Caring for Others and the World
4. Collaborating — Social Skills
5. Acting — Driving change
What if everyone in your organisation developed the IDG skills? How would it affect your customers, your suppliers, the society at large? Could it benefit both profitability and sustainability?
We invite you to be part of the conversation about the IDGs and be part of the Inner Development Goals – 2022 Summit on April 29; co-created by Stockholm School of Economics, CSS at Karolinska Institute, The New Division, 29k and Ekskäret Foundation, together with many of the world’s learning scientists, practitioners and thought leaders.
Here are some impressions of the morning program with the IDG global broadcasting from Stockholm, the experiential sessions on being (IDG 1) and thinking (IDG 2).