A digital learning experience to guide companies to navigate the set of sociocultural transformations of our time in order to promote a transformation in their organizational culture.

Our Zeitgeist Navigators is divided into independent modules that can be done online or in-company from thematic axes researched by our network of curators.

The main goal is to understand the current challenges beyond developing self-knowledge and also the necessary approaches to be the transformational agents inside the company’s culture and in society as a whole.

A collaborative process developed from our cartography of opportunities and challenges that allows everyone to explore the best of the present moment.

Learning something new can keep us in connection with the spirit of our time. Yuval Harari, being historian and futurist, proposes a look at the present from the past and future.

In the book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century”, the author criticizes the current model of education, which does not follow the complexity and speed of the changes we are living today.

At TORUS, we adopted its education proposal based on the 4Cs: Critical Thought, Creativity, Communication and Collaboration.

According to Alvin Toffler, the illiterate of this century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.

We believe in life-long education. In a world of constant change, learning ceases to be focused on a limited period of life to become a continuous need, both in and out of work.

It is necessary to continue to learn in adult life to question current thinking models and to search for the nodes and possible paths to the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

With the Internet, classrooms lose their physical limits and become platforms accessed in a non-linear fashion.

In this context, our initiatives bring different methodologies for physical classes and/or on digital platforms, IRL and/or remote, synchronous, live, and/or asynchronous, in recorded contents and complementary activities.

To know more, message us at:
info@torustimelab.org