Dr. Vijak Haddadi
Dr. Vijak Haddadi
Vijak is an entrepreneurship educator and philosopher who is passionate about the design and delivery of new frameworks, utilizing varied and transdisciplinary resources from economics, systems thinking and philosophy.
Vijak has previously co-founded and led a startup incubator in Toronto, Canada, where he has had the opportunity to work with numerous founders and startups. He is currently based in London, UK.
We live in exciting times. We are now in the midst of a shift of epochal proportions. Our planet is becoming interconnected on all levels of human and non-human interaction forcing us to reinvent all our ways of producing, coordinating and sharing our lives together. While we realize that many of our systems are outmoded and dysfunctional, we also witness everywhere a rising awareness and willingness to rethink and redesign them.
Benedikt strives to bring together the worlds of Entrepreneurship and Human Development. As educator, Benedikt adds this perspective to graduate, undergraduate, and executive curriculae at leading universities in the UK and Germany. As entrepreneur, he creates solutions and organisations that embody this vision. As advisor, he enables teams to transform their organisations to serve this highest purpose. He is based in Munich.
Ours is a time that, more than any other before it, demands a synthesis of the work on ourselves with the work in the world. Being active entrepreneurs in the world is necessary to transform our material reality. This applies to all systems we are embedded in; be they economic, political, and social systems, or local, planetary, and universal ecosystems.
Working on ourselves is a prerequisite to being this active entrepreneur, to truly understanding the workings of reality, to unfold our innate potentials, to transform our entire being. Only in this way can we play an active role in human evolution.
Based in London and Berlin, Habib is an experienced educator, coach, and entrepreneur.
I am interested in how order and complexity integrates into higher order and complexity and how this spiral dynamic can be observed on all levels of cosmic existence. I explore this through my work on systems theory and integral venturing. I am also interested in the mystic teachings of the great Sufis such as Bayazid Bastami, Abul-Hasan Kharaqani, Rumi, and Hafis. I aim to help create ventures that enable free expression and deep experience of participants and venturers. I am particularly interested in ventures that promote personal development.