Bookings now open 14-16 March (TBC)

at Buckland Hall

‘Leadership & Responsibility – How can we best act on our inspiration’?

An alliance of ‘Good Causes’ is currently forming to encourage politicians, media and economists to recognise social and environmental imperatives by asking different questions about what creates a ‘better economy’. At this Walk Your Talk, we invite people who lead networks, groups or organisations to delve into ways we can work most effectively together to inspire the mainstream with ideas of better economy.

Walk Your Talk is designed for those actively seeking more sustainable ways of living and working. Whether you are an entrepreneur or an executive, an artist, activist, inventor or investor, a consultant, student or a policy maker, you’ll leave feeling re-vitalised, more motivated and clear. Without fail, at least one person has some kind of transformative experience inspired by the rest of the group, which in turn inspires us all. Here’s how it works:

Walk Your Talk events are held in ‘Open Space’, a lightly facilitated process in which there are no designated experts or leaders. You steer your own course as the day(s) unfold, and shape your own agenda to suit your purpose and need. People learn together by walking and talking, sharing passions, curiosities, hopes, expertise and questions.

Drawing on each other’s wisdom, experience, encouragement and support, we all help each other with practical tips, connections, ideas, and advice to help overcome challenges and realise inspiring dreams. Many people leave with personal action plans of specific changes for their life and work.

Walk Your Talk is invariably a moving, productive, inspiring and refreshing experience. It’s all these things because we decide to give ourselves (and each other) enough time to get really deeply into the things that matter to us most. So although it seems hard to justify time ‘off work’ and away from families, it is precisely this gift that clears our heads, relaxes us, and takes us to a depth of understanding and relationship that eludes us from day to day. Have a look at the feedback from previous events, and ask yourself why you don’t deserve a fantastic working break in beautiful space, with wonderful people..

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The Walk Your Talk organising team is Mike Zeidler ( and Kate Jones (