Have you ever felt powerless and alone…at work? In moments where it feels like betrayal or injustice has occurred, it can be difficult to know how to act, what to say, or how to think. Yet it’s how we respond to those moments that shapes our destiny.
Following Ildikó Oravecz’s journey, which began in apartheid-era South Africa and took her in the direction of Hungary and New Mexico, you will absorb and witness the evolution of the core messages of her Tribal Abundance® philosophy—listen to your gut, build a culture you believe in, and maintain a posture that promotes life and work enrichment. You’ll also learn to apply this wisdom for finding your tribe, working as a tribe and having an abundance mindset that transcends all thoughts of scarcity.
Finding your tribe is powerful. And now in your hands lies the tool and perspective to shift towards living a life of Tribal Abundance. Whether you’re dissatisfied with your current employment or you’re not living your life to its highest potential, embracing Tribal Abundance will help you surround yourself with the supportive and collaborative tribe necessary to live human life to its fullest and achieve your ultimate personal and professional goals.
BIOGRAPHY Living under a name that translates to “fierce warrior” in Hungarian can send many messages to a young girl transitioning from a host of divergent cultures throughout her life. For Ildi, it meant that success best happens when it is not built alone. Through a fierce and colorful past that began in South Africa, followed by part of her life in Hungary and then tiny Socorro, New Mexico, Ildi’s greatest philosophies were to listen to your gut, build a culture you believe in, and maintain a posture that promotes further enrichment.
She now translates those life lessons into her Tribal Abundance™ program, where the concept of collaboration and connection is taught as a framework for ensuring success through interpersonal networks. She designed the program herself, basing the concepts on the anthropological research of Colin Turnbull, who studied two very different tribes and how their approaches to abundance and scarcity resulted in two very different mindsets, usage of resources, and consequences.
Not only does Ildi live by the tenets of paying it forward, but she has proven it to be a legitimate principle through a community network that has repaid her with rewarding civic and volunteer connections. Ildi is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) as well as a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT). She is the recipient of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Award of Excellence for instructional design and holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies from the University of New Mexico.
Ildi’s gift back to the community is realized through several volunteer activities, including board positions and committee involvement on the New Mexico chapter of the International Coach Federation, and Polka Dot Powerhouse. When not coaching or consulting, she balances her life by digging in her garden and enjoying life from her backyard patio, going for walks with her husband, and tending to two rescue dogs that watch her every move, and a wayward cat that lives on her front porch.
Tribal Abundance: Living Courageously in an Uncertain World
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