C-people, originally a business unit dedicated to deal with sourcing the best human capital for the firm itself, but has evolved from being a “recruitment engine” to an institution that invite people from all walks of life, willing to experiment and engage in generating innovations, ideas, methods and tools of between each other. The purpose is to share, create and disseminate best-practices in the areas of Human Capital; Engineering; Finance; and Business, through encouraging Variety.


C-people seeks out to collaborate, share and work with people willing to explore and push the boundaries of human potential, by participating and nurturing the global movement of emancipation of the mind. These are the courageous people in countries across the world, trying to transform societal norms that are dated, wrong, unhealthy and oppressive. Transforming society to appreciate deeper truths, meaning and natural values, essentially an inward revolution, freeing us from the many division, false ideals and man-made differences & distinctions. It is our contribution to assist in the movement from the proclivities of conflict to that of cooperation; replacing dualism with integrated wholeness; replacing uniformity with diversity; replacing the obsession of control with that of self-organising efficiency. This awareness is the right of passage, and the only true way for the human species to grasp their reality and obtain greater insight to all forms of life and development. Increasing our capacity to synthesize whole systems is essential for relating to, and understanding the global socio-economic complexity we face, especially if we are to fight dogmatic social beliefs, arrogance, ignorance, hatred and violence. Underlying our global challenges and social problems, is a mental model steeped into Newtonian predictability where control over all things are sought, be it people, animals or our environment. It is this deterministic mentality, where our problems are automatically addressed in isolation, as if it exists in a vacuum, detached from its context or sub-systems. Our global problems are therefore not “real problems as such” but rather “problems of thought and not of things”, a direct result of our collective inadequacies that stem from our mental models.