Designing For MetaImpact – Using Integral KPI’s to Assess & Increase Your Impact (Munich)

Meta Integral Muenchen

Integral Progress Indicators (KPI’s)

In a world that is rapidly becoming ever more complex at a near exponential rate, never has the measurement of the impact we are having in the world been so important! And yet, never has it been so confusing and overwhelming as to where and how to begin …

Now more than ever before, we have the opportunity to increase our impact beyond the financial growth orientation to work towards a future that supports wholeness and wellbeing in both human and ecological systems.

  • Key Perception Indicators – measuring how minds and hearts transform
  • Key Performance Indicators – measuring how bodies and behavior transform
  • Key Participation Indicator – measuring how relationships and culture transform
  • Key Production Indicators – measuring how environments and systems transform

Learn how to use the MetaImpact Framework and design an integral KPI strategy for your mission-driven organization or project to measure what matters.

The MetaImpact Framework

Esbjoern Hargens MetaCapital FrameworkThe MetaImpact Framework provides an integrated model that works with the relationship between four types of impact, ten types of capital, three types of data, and a quadruple bottom line of People, Profit, Planet, and Purpose. The framework integrates all of these elements into a very intuitive and easily applied approach that allows you to develop an integrated KPI strategy for your organization or project.



What will I learn?

Join MetaImpact founder and author of Integral Ecology Sean Esbjörn-Hargens and his team, for this unique in-person opportunity in Germany to explore this new integral KPI design methodology.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Learn how to use the MetaImpact Framework to increase four different types of positive impact in your projects and organizations
  • Create a set of integral KPI’s that allow you to track performance, perception, participation and process
  • Become familiar with 10 distinct types of capital, and learn how they are combined to create four bottom lines that together define what we call a “Wisdom Economy” (i.e., whole-person/whole-system economies).
  • Work with both qualitative and quantitative metrics in informal and formals ways to measure and make visible the kinds of impact you want to increase

Each participant will receive a complimentary Wisdom Economy Card Deck.

Who is this workshop for?
  • Organizational Development Consultants
  • Social Entrepreneurs
  • Wellbeing Economy partners
  • Economy For The Common Good (Gemeinwohl-Ökonomie) advocates and implementer
  • Visionary Business Designers
  • New Economy Folks
  • Conscious Capitalists
  • Impact Investors
  • Alternative Currency Advocates
  • Triple Bottom Line Advocates
  • Movement Builders
  • Change Makers
  • Sustainability Practitioners
  • Non-Profit Leaders
  • Marketeers/Brand Managers
  • Integrative Thinkers
  • HR Directors
  • Intregralists
  • Integrated Reporting Users
How Will I learn?

Learning is a unique journey. Our intention is to enable the spaces and resources for people to learn as much as they want. You can choose to just get familiar with the topics, or take a deep dive and implement the model for your own projects and goals. Your choice.

Participants will receive a complementary Wisdom Economy Card Deck to engage and integrate the MetaImpact framework.

Bring your projects and learn how to apply the framework in your project / organization.

Learn about leading edge case studies to ground and apply the concepts of the framework and access of MetaImpact related resources (videos, papers, podcasts, case studies, quotes).



Sean is a global leader in the application of integrative thinking to leader development, organizational design, and mixed-methods design. In 2011 he founded MetaIntegral a social impact network that supports change leaders around the world in applying integrative principles. Sean’s passion lies at the intersection of design, integral theory, and embodiment. He has published and edited numerous articles, chapters, and books. His most recent book is Metatheory for the Twenty-first Century.


Claudia is an Integral Systems Designer for Creative Enterprises. She has been working for decades to guide organizations through organizational and cultural change and completed her Integral MBA in Creative Enterprises for Social Transformation in 2017. Her calling in life is to bring together creativity and business to consciously design sustainable and regenerative systems. Claudia is a certified Somatic Focalizing Coach.

Why Germany?

We decided to host this training for the first time in Germany for a number of reasons.
First, it has an innovative and diverse culture.

Second, it is a progressive culture exploring new models of economy and value accounting.
Third, it is a place where community and collective wisdom has a long standing tradition.


Datum Mi 15.01.2020 09:00
Ende Mi 15.01.2020 17:00
akt. Preis  380,00 €
EB_LEITUNG mit Sean Esbjörn-Hargens PhD

Public Service and Non-Profit (limited space): 380 €
General Admission: 950 €

The cost of the event covers the tuition for the a day, materials associated with the workshop. All other costs (e.g., travel, lodging, and other meals) are the responsibility of the participants.

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