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GNH Leadership

– living the new narrative


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Integral and Holistic Business Development


With integral and holistic business development we mean that the development is balanced, and both including and transcending what is. It includes all aspects of the current situation, while expanding and lifting it to the next level. It is also about our inner as well as our outer world, as individuals as well as a group.

The integral approach generates solutions that acknowledges and incorporates all important factors and aspects in life: technology as well as meditation, efficiency as well as emotional intelligence, corporate culture and behavioral modification. The approach is therefore truly balanced and holistic.


Solutions for worklife and business organizations. 


Solutions for society and multi-stakeholder dialogue.


Solutions for individual managers, key figures and influencers.

A new narrative

We need a new narrative for our world. The old system is breaking down and we are in the midst of a huge transformation. Our new narrative will necessarily be life-affirming, about ecological, social and existential reconnection and healing. The changes needed will only come in alignment with capabilities in certain areas. We are supporting this transformation, focusing on:

  • Adult development/mindsets
  • Wise decision making 
  • Systemic change

The Framework

Our framework is based on the profound principles of GNH, Gross National Happiness, a model for measuring and sustaining wellbeing. This model suggests  a holistic approach, with nine dimensions that balances society, business and self.


Our Team

Jani Saarisivu


Jani is our CEO and action designer. He is experienced in business development and full of energetic focus. His strength is bringing teams together, while making things happen in alignment with an inner compass. Email

Anna Rosengren


Anna is our founder and senior advisor. She is a theologian and a leadership consultant. Her strenth is expanding awareness and deepen reflection, while designing processes for system change. Email