We choose to live in the jungle, not the zoo. We have no office, because we love to live in the field and the reality. Granted, living and working closer to home and to real people makes our world messy. But grounded in human complexities we are more open to uncertainty, and to the vulnerabilities of others and ourselves. We value empathy, and we think less bricks allows for it.
Working across all time zones, with more then 20 nationalities, living in +25 countries enables us to have global reach with human scale. We look for common denominators to build relationships in surprising and obvious ways. We value exploration, and we think it’s human diversity and flow that helps us see different things, go beyond our own beliefs and limitations, and build richer stories, brands, purposes and identities.
If bosses are the people who know it all, the gurus who always can show the way to clients and people in the company – then we have no bosses. Our job is to provide people and organizations with the tools and the support to discover with human sense. We don’t have ready-made answers: we guide and get people on board, traveling with them, staying curious and committed even when the destination is unclear. We value empowerment, so we inspire people, at Innate Motion and with our clients, to take responsibility for their contribution, their transformation, and their growth.
Most people in business, and beyond, are good, but they operate in systems that suck. We want to let good rule, and for that we think we need to humanize the systems. So like 2000 other certified B Corps, we strive to make our business a force for good. Beyond our own, we invest in social businesses like African Drive, Mobile School and Streetwize, in bottom up technologies like Neighbourly.com, Inpactnow and cando.org, and in B labs in diverse countries. It takes courage to let good rule, but it gives us much more joy and we like to believe that generosity pays.