We leverage unique combinations of skills and tools at various moments of turning our soul’s purpose into a sacred venture. Below, you will find the skills listed as they pertain to each of the Four Movements. We invite you to pull from this list when building your own sacred ventures. Don’t forget to let us know what we missed!
Understands who they are, what’s important to them, and how they invest their time.
Actively cultivates sensitivity to other’s feelings.
Recognizes when a person is suffering and takes action to provide support.
Openly shares their feelings with peers and instructors to support the strengthening of social bonds and building of trust.
Practices active and deep listening in personal and professional environments.
Open, willing, and able to change directions.
Natural motivation leads to their ability to bounce back from failures and missteps.
Comfortable initiating and participating in one-on-one conversations with new people and existing peers.
Self-organized a team with their peers and intentionally defined the cultural elements of the organization.
Evaluates existing team differences in backgrounds/beliefs and works with team to define specific ways to include more diverse perspectives.
Well-practiced in collaborating with team members across a range of continents, time zones, and backgrounds.
Highly literate in technology, quickly adopts new tools, and able to source digital solutions based on current challenges.
Collaborates with team members to organize meeting times, schedule calendar invites, and facilitate virtual meetings.
Participate in synchronous/asynchronous team collaboration so all team members participate in projects based on time zone availability.
Immersed into a community to build relationships, gain a deeper understanding of the people, and begin to identify unmet needs.
Complex Problem Solving
Independently navigated an ambiguous problem space to conduct a range of research methods in pursuit of a research question / problem statement.
Social Venture Prototyping
Analyzed research findings to uncover insights into opportunities to launch a venture that makes an impact on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
CSS / HTML / WordPress
Modified existing HTML and CSS. Wrote new CSS from scratch using a live CSS editor on WordPress.
Actively seeks out and builds relationships with marginalized people with the intention of including their voice in the main conversation.
Develops strategic relationships with collaborators across the social systems in order to maximize and sustain a collective impact on specific social and environmental problems.
Social Diversity II
Values and embraces diversity in the workplace including gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and age. Leveraging social and cultural differences to redefine social norms and generate new ideas. Using professionalism and interpersonal skills to establish rewarding relationships with diverse individuals and groups.