Leaders of the future are conscious and lifelong learners

What is learning?

Learning is what causes our beliefs and actions to change. Knowing content does not imply learning. Exam success is not an absolute indicator of learning. However, Learning is the construction of one’s own knowledge.

What is conscious learning?

The process and practice of learning is iterative and requires action, reflection and silence. A Conscious Learner is someone who practises action, reflection and silence. When practice is conscious and continuous, knowledge is gradually deepened and expanded.
How do we achieve lifelong learning?
In times of rapid technology changes, the future of what skills or jobs would be relevant in the next 10 years is unknown. We need to accept that learning is a lifelong endeavour and very much a part of adult life instead of looking at learning and education as an ‘investment’ that one makes in the first 2 decades of life.

Our practice of learning represents the integrated vision of education based on two key concepts, ‘learning long life’ and UNESCO’s four pillars of learning.

We enable Educators to become facilitators of learning

Who is Facilitator?

Our facilitators are practitioners who are self-driven learners themselves. They create a safe space for inquiry and learning. Facilitators enable group learning by empowering each individual to connect with themselves and construct the knowledge they require.
CE has been facilitating the personal and professional development of educational and school heads, teachers, educators, parents and youth.

Our Impact

Since 2012 our work is a mix of structured programs in collaboration with government education system as well as volunteer led community programs
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Principals & Educational leaders
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Humans of CE Learn together and Grow together

Our primary role is to enable educational institutions as catalyst for change and
empowering leadership within institutions and communities
Why small group learning?

Small groups allow people to pay attention and deeply listen to one another, learn from different perspectives, and gain knowledge from a context that is not their own. In a safe and non-judgmental space of a small group authentic sharing and learning emerges.


A holistic education integrates the world around us and within us