The Possibility Club

What can we build, as a network?

What can we build, as a network?

Here's a safe space for curious people to think aloud - turning ideas into action

What is it?

Business As Unusual 

What does Post-Traumatic Growth mean to you?

2020 is the year in which everything changed. We're in a time of re-thinking the very nature of work, society, culture, education and economics. But what does that mean for you and your projects?

Hosted by always possible, The Possibility Club is safe space to think aloud about what comes next.

If you’re interested in shaping ideas and learning from others, we’re your tribe.

Rapid collaboration. New purpose.

What can you learn from others? What ideas would you like to test?

We're testing our civic, commercial and technological systems to the limit. We’re seeing the best and worst of society; and what we considered impossible is now possible. 

What comes next? 


Join in, for free

Our online forum is a safe space to kick ideas around. Whether you want to change your organisation, or you want to change the world – test your ideas with experts and peers.

Cross-sector, diverse and open-hearted – leaders in public, private and voluntary sectors – debate and probe what we want to keep, change, improve, delete, evolve beyond 2020.

Why join?

Be heard. Form partnerships. Grow.

Events, peer support, advice, energy, useful resources, debate and more. 

Join the network for free to access central forums, exclusive content and other thinkers and do-ers.

Join a Possibility Circle from just $6.99+VAT * per month to accelerate your idea quickly, and get access to specialist support, mentoring and targeted trouble-shooting.

*less that £6.80 - but the software makes us charge in dollars : /

"Each fresh conversation I have about what I’m up to enriches my ideas and illuminates the next steps. 

always possible help me to make great connections." 

Katherine Courtney - former CEO, UK Space Agency

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