Using African music and rhythm, we lead people and teams on a journey to discover their inner purpose in life.
The result is enhanced leadership, creativity and collaboration, which underpins improved business efficiency.
Leading our speakers is Sewa Beats’ founder, Doug Manuel
Inspiring and sometimes surprising, Doug uses not only words but also breath, space, body and music encouraging leaders and teams to bring their hearts and their purpose to what they do.
Director of Sewa Beats Spain, Pascale Marcou is an expert in diversity (particularly gender diversity) and inclusion in the work place.
Her conferences combine her wealth of experience in this domain with mindfulness exercises, which allow individuals to explore what being an inclusive leader truly means.
We are especially proud to have the exclusive representation of Sewa Beats’ patron, the great African master drummer and teacher Mamady Keita
Do You Speak Djembe? for organisations
Bringing individuals and diverse teams together in the case of a merger, acquisition or other large-scale change is a challenge. We offer a unique way to help people share, collaborate and enhance cultural awareness at difficult times.
A Do You Speak Djembe? corporate event is based on our successful stage show with audience and performers joining together in an amazing collaboration of African drumming.
For organisations, the experience promotes Value Based Conscious Leadership and Collaboration. The result is unity and inclusiveness, as people learn to embrace differences positively and become connected.
Contact us to find out how we can help your organisation
The relentless pace in today’s organizations often leaves us little time to stop and ask ourselves: What do we stand for? Why do we do what we do? And yet a strong sense of purpose creates the foundation for high levels of engagement and professional performance.
Sewa Beats’ new programme provides participants with an opportunity to reflect on and connect more deeply with their purpose in life. And how it influences the way they work and communicate with those around them.
Led by Doug Manuel, this unique programme draws on a mix of rhythmic, musical and introspective activities. With the melodic backing of the kora (African harp) and through exchange with the talented musician Seckou Keita, participants also directly experience the embodiment of purpose in exceptional performance.