Our founder, Mac Macartney, is an international speaker, writer and change-maker. Mentored by indigenous people over many years, he has acquired profound and original insights into questions preoccupying contemporary leaders.
Mac Macartney’s second book The Children’s Fire heart song of a people tells a story of a journey. In the winter of 2009 Mac Macartney set off from his brithplace in England and walked to the Isle of Anglesea. He completed the journey by navigating the stars with no map, tent or stove and found along the way a truth both precious and painful…Read more here.
Mac is an outstanding speaker, unusual in his capacity to address diverse groups with equal impact and resonance. He intertwines themes rarely associated with each other – the quest for meaning and purpose, organisational leadership, nature, identity and the role of ordinary people in shaping a future fit for generations to come.
Speaker and Change-maker
Mac speaks at major international conferences across the corporate, public and third sectors. Core topics include:
- Inspired, values-led leadership
- People, planet, profit & purpose
- Seven generations sustainability
- Responsibility, hope, resilience & courage
- Dreaming the world of our longing
- Indigenous Britain: rediscovering our indigene
- Small steps to a big future
Past talks include:
Unilever, Harvard Business School Club of New York, The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, Barclays Bank, HR Vision, Glastonbury Festival, the British Council, the NHS and WWF amongst others.
Whilst Mac speaks for free at countless grassroots and charity events, he does require professional speaker fees for his professional keynotes.