6heads summer calendar – hope to see you there

Our community have put together a jam packed summer calendar. From informal drinks, workshops, country walks and dialogues – we hope to see you there.


Tuesday 14th May – 9.30 am – 5pm

Our friends at the Human Organising Co have invited us to join a day event exploring

SHIFTING THE CONVERSATION: a dialogue around what Extinction means for business

You can register here: tickets by donation

6heads monthly meet up tomorrow – Tuesday 14th May – 6.30 – 9pm

Candid Cafe, 3 Torrens Street, Angel Islington

 Come have a drink with our community, share inspiration and get involved with upcoming 6heads events and ideas

Sustainability walk through bluebell forests and lunchtime talk on language and ecology : Saturday 18th May – 9.15 – 5.30pm

The plan for the day is to meet at 9.20am in Victoria Station to catch a train to Oxted.

The walk is led by James Payne through Staffhurst Wood – a nature reserve,and bluebell wood.  The lunchtime stop is The Grumpy Mole Inn Oxted with a talk from Tom Mansfield, introducing the field of eco-linguistics.

We only have a few places left, registration is the cost of your train ticket (£12) but essential. Please book here

East London Innovators and Embercombe changemakers

Tue 28th May; meet 6.30pm; leave for immersive walk 7pm; wrap up by 9pm.

“Bring yourselves, open hearts and minds and clothes to be outside in!”

See some inspiring East London examples of disruption, innovation and change-making on a short walk with alternative tour guide Simon Cole. Then join coach Shaun Higgins for a personal journey of change…

*** A special tour by Hackney Tours & Shaun Higgins for 6heads ***

Tickets by donation : Register here


How to have…  More Resilience with Ben Carter : Thursday 4th June – 6.45 – 8.45

In this 2 hour workshop we will share tools to build resilience, practice some of them, and try out new strategies to look after ourselves. Benefits of improved resilience include a longer and more satisfying life, a greater sense of control, reduced mental health challenges, improved physical well being and greater cognitive function. Whatever you want; from reduced stress or improved creativity to building a satisfying career or anything else, resilience supports you in navigating the bumps along the way.

Full details and registration here:

Could you be a Climate Perks pilot pioneer?– Tuesday 11th June – 6.00 – 8.00 pm

Where: 10:10 HQ – 8 Delancey Passage, Camden, NW1 7NN (5 min walk from Camden Station)

Reducing the amount we fly is one of the most impactful behavioural changes we as regular travelers can make to cut carbon, but time is a huge barrier to opting for flight-free holidays. Cue Climate Perks; a scheme enabling employers to offer paid ‘journey days’ to empower staff to choose low-carbon holiday travel. The perfect solution for those who love to travel the world and protect it too.

6heads and 10:10 are both passionate about climate action, and the innovative solutions to make that as easy as possible. We have teamed up for an interactive session all about how to get involved with Climate Perks.

This event is open to employees or employers who are interested in joining the pilot scheme and want to find more and change-makers who can champion this project through their networks. Places are strictly limited – register here


Summer walk on sustainability and purpose with James Payne and Darius Norell – Saturday 20th July – 9.30am – 6.00pm

On Sat. July 20th hop on a train with some other like-minded sustainability practitioners and spend the day exploring on foot the beautiful countryside of the South Downs. Enjoy some delicious food at the lunchtime pub, while hearing from the inspirational Darius Norell of the Spring Project around the topic of how to maintain your own personal motivation and sense of purpose in the face of a hectic, demanding world.



Autumn Walk – Biomimicry with Nicola Peel – Saturday 14th September 8.00 am – 5.00pm

Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. The goal is to create products, processes, and policies—new ways of living—that are well-adapted to life on earth over the long haul.  What better way to explore this theme with a long walk through nature and a talk from Nicola Peel. This is going to be a really special day and places are already filling up. Please book here

If you have an idea or an event you would like to share with our community please get in touch at info@6-heads.com

See you soon,

The heads!


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