Thought Leadership: #GoingLiminal

Our experts explore and digest the concept of 'going liminal' in the extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19

Definition of ‘Liminal Space’
“Where we are betwixt and between the familiar and the completely unknown…This is the sacred space where the old world is able to fall apart, and a bigger world is revealed…”


Richard Rohr, Theologian & Author

Adam’s Return (The Crossroad Publishing Company: 2004)

Liminal spaces are transitional or transformative spaces.

They are the waiting areas between one point in time and the next. Often, when we are in liminal spaces, we have the feeling of just being on the verge of something.

In this thought leadership series, our experts explore and reflect on the concept of ‘going liminal’ in the extraordinary circumstances of COVID-19.

Read the opinion pieces below to discover the opportunities that we believe have opened up to us in this forced period of reflection, and how we can ‘build back better and greener’ to create a more productive and resilient world.

All opinion pieces were first shared on LinkedIn.

#GoingLiminal Series

Authors

Stuart McLachlan
Chief Executive Officer
Brad Blundell
Managing Director, UK
Adriana Quintero Grijalba
Managing Director, France
Josh Hendry
Principal Consultant, North America
Marta Lacruz Sobré
Education Development Director, Anthesis Lavola

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