TRANSFORMING LEADERS
FROM GOOD TO GREAT

HELPING SUCCESSFUL LEADERS UNLOCK THEIR FULL POTENTIAL​

TRANSLATING TO “HUMAN LEADERS” IN SANSKRIT, NARUNA TAKES LEADERS TO INSPIRING LOCATIONS TO HELP DISCOVER WHO THEY ARE, HOW THEY BEHAVE AND THE IMPACT THEY HAVE ON OTHERS.

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TRANSFORMATION RETREATS

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Attracting passionate leaders from across various industries, our multi-day retreats for both individuals and groups allow participants to be stimulated by new natural surroundings… The journey begins with a world-class psychometric assessment tool and a personalized one-to-one development plan.

PERFORMANCE COACHING

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After the retreat, leaders can opt to take part in one-on-one coaching… Starting with our in-depth personality assessment, our team studies how you normally lead and determine your normal tendencies. Afterwards, we will further develop customized tests to recognize if your true personality strong-points are truly strengths.

NARUNA RETREATS

 

Thailand

We surround ourselves in the rainforest of Southern Thailand, the perfect environment to look within, connect with who you are and open yourself to all that surrounds you in helping to rejuvenate, inspire and energize. This retreat will help you reconnect with nature to boost your reflective safe space

 

 

Cambodia

As we explore the natural surroundings, the wilderness helps remind us what it’s like to be in the unknown with new challenges ahead of us. In this retreat we will connect with our own vulnerability, build new relationships and life lessons as we work together in the wilderness.

 


 

Laos

Mindfulness, without the mysterious elements of Buddhist mysticism, can be observed from everyday life in the traditional Buddhist city of Luang Prabang. This retreat connects us to our own inner retrospection, self-observation without judgment with a focus on our minds and inner voice.

 


 

Myanmar

Living in a grounded, down-to-earth manner is often misunderstood as primitive and basic. When we see villagers relying on Inle Lake, we should see that they are constantly adapting and growing. Their livelihood depends on them being flexible and still pushing ahead to achieve the best outcomes.

 

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Thailand

We surround ourselves in the rainforest of Southern Thailand, the perfect environment to look within, connect with who you are and open yourself to all that surrounds you in helping to rejuvenate, inspire and energize. This retreat will help you reconnect with nature to boost your reflective safe space [...]

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Benefits

We’ll re-energize leaders by connecting them with nature and create an upswell of mental clarity. With this renewed vigor, our retreats aim to develop more mindfulness to increase self-awareness in our participants. We will reflect on our triumphs and setbacks as managers.

TESTIMONIALS

"If you are looking to grow both personally and professionally, I would highly recommend chatting with Bruce"

Astha Kalbag

Facebook

"Unlike a lot of those consultant coaches out there, he has an endearing knack to challenge and sustain changes within me, without ever being judgmental or patronizing"

Simon Kenyon

PayU

"I appreciated the clearly-structured approach and accountability that Bruce provided. I found myself actively engaging and felt my understanding grow with each meeting."

Catherine Mahony

International Rescue Committee

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