Leadership Thinking for the Future

Think Beyond work with their clients as a bridge and connector. We do this by bridging the gap between your needs and connecting this with our expertise to help you understand the real world implications of the challenges ahead.

By exposing you to futures thinking, complex change and leadership — but in such a way that poses these big challenges in practical ways — we are able to position you to leave with new ideas and strategies that are able to be immediately implemented.

We tailor our experience to your needs and openly share our expertise so you are empowered to do what you need to do to succeed.

Our clients are more than just an invoice number — they are partners that we work alongside to Think Beyond today.

Want to learn more about how we can help you? Then check out Our Work or contact us.

Cheryl Doig of Think Beyond

Latest in Leadership

  • A Positive Planetary Future

    August 7, 2022

    It's easy to be sucked into dark futures but let's take time to explore some vectors of hope. What does a positive planetary future look like and how might we achieve it? How can we be good ancestors in the Anthropocene? Explore these three sites to catalyse thinking.

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  • Futures Aunty meets the metaverse

    March 22, 2022

    You know that the metaverse is a hot topic, a heap of hype right now don't you? I've made it my goal to find out what the heck the metaverse is all about - my own personal learning journey for the year. Join Futures Aunty meets the metaverse on YouTube to learn more.

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  • Connecting With World Futures

    March 2, 2022

    March 1st was World Futures Day. Whoop – what an important celebration in our increasingly complex world. For the last nine years the Millennium Project has coordinated a 24-hour, round-the-world conversation. Aotearoa New Zealand was first off the ranks and Ōtautahi Futures Collective joined the celebration!

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  • 12 Futures Favourites

    December 19, 2021

    This is a list of favourite futures writers, researchers and doers who have influenced my thinking this year. I have called them 'favourites' because they represent my personal lens on futures rather than being 'top' on some sort of artificial list. I love compiling these each year as they become my holiday revision and refreshment for all stuff futures. Now to sit down and get them read again!

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