Photo by Immo Klink  I find it darkly amusing that I am using a photograph of myself that was created as a parody of the corporate executive for an activist campaign at COP21. Face your fears or become what you hate? 

Photo by Immo Klink 

I find it darkly amusing that I am using a photograph of myself that was created as a parody of the corporate executive for an activist campaign at COP21. Face your fears or become what you hate? 

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Peter Brownell

I desire to create a culture that makes is possible to be fully alive. Since so much of our lives is defined by our jobs - I seek to change the nature of our relationship work itself.

In practice, I facilitate the shifts required to effectively harness and adapt to rapidly changing and increasingly digital world. I develop practical tools, processes and workshops to guide individuals and organisations through the process of refining rough ideas them into meaningful possibilities.

My work lies at the intersection of technical and organisational development. (I'll be adding "personal development" to that list soon - but I have some more work to do on myself first. ;-) )  I’ve 20 years of professional experience as a startup founder and technical lead, developing technical products, infrastructure and digital strategy for SMEs, NGOs and Multinationals. My fascination with organisations has been fed by relentless involvement with groups of all kinds: startups, charities, non-profits, activist groups, arts collectives, meetups and more. Since my early teens I’ve obsessed over the the potential of organisations, groups and communities to create environments for profound personal fulfilment.


I believe that we make the future in every moment. Fear of the future will only create the future we fear, but if we learn to understand and embrace the change engulfing us, anything is possible. To create a better tomorrow, we need to harness digital technology and unleash human creativity. It’s not a pipe dream, it’s just going to take a bit of work.