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Leadership for Innovation:
The Runway Show



Imagine stepping into a world where leadership training is reimagined through the lens of fashion, art, and storytelling. That's exactly what we achieved with "Leadership for Innovation: The Runway Show," a one-of-a-kind event that challenged the status quo within the leadership training industry.


Our runway wasn't just a physical space - it was an immersive experience that brought to life the complexities of leading innovative, progressive, and avant-garde teams. Using the concept of a fashion show, we communicated our message in a way that was tangible, visual, and emotionally evocative.

Through the story of Sapfo - a misfit, visionary, and avant-garde leader inspired by real impact makers - we explored six crucial aspects of leadership that are often overlooked in conventional training. From the problem with oversimplification to the value of neuroatypical individuals, we highlighted the nuances of leading innovation and provided a new perspective on what it takes to be a successful leader in today's world.


Our audience was captivated from start to finish, with many commenting on how the show articulated thoughts they had been grappling with for years. One attendee said, "finally someone who articulated what has been going through my mind for years, but I could never quite catch it." Another exclaimed, "this was way better than I could imagine it during the organization phase, I am blown away by the emotions that each act put me through."

Act five, which focused on the value of neuroatypical individuals, struck a particular chord with one attendee who said, "it was so disturbing and at the same time so precisely what I experience as a leader."


And the excerpts from Branka Copic's book - a tribute to our belated friend and polymath leader - had attendees on the edge of their seats, with one saying, "it caused goosebumps, I cannot believe how everything fits and makes so much sense."

The event was a testament to the power of collaboration, with over 25 people actively involved in its execution. Every detail, from the venue to the models to the choreography, was carefully imagined and intentional. And the result was a truly original work that expanded our limited human potential for co-creation.

As one attendee put it, "I wanted it to last longer, there is so much depth, I needed more time to let it sink." And that's exactly what we hope to achieve with our brand - to challenge conventional thinking and provide a new perspective on what it means to be a leader in the century that comes.