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15 June 2018

What I learnt about Leadership 2.0.

In business, virtues - such as respect, honesty, responsibility and consideration - must be modeled. They require daily proactive, positive examples exhibited at the top, if they are to shape a credible and lasting organisational culture. More than codes of conduct and compliance, moral character in leadership can shape and inspire an organisation’s values.

6 June 2018

Am I addicted to plastic? And, more importantly, can I kick the habit?

Plastic is everywhere in our lives. It’s in our homes, workplaces, shops, cafes, cars; the list goes on and on. However, that plastic has now made its way into our rivers, lakes and seas.

24 May 2018

De-regulation – Time to ditch the One-In, Three-Out Rule

When the One-In, One-Out rule was launched in 2010, the stated objective was to “bear down on the cost and volume of regulation in the economy.” The central aim of the policy was to restrict government departments from implementing new regulations, unless they also identified for repeal another regulation with an equivalent estimated cost to business.

8 May 2018

Professionals for Climate Action

Civic society commitments are well recognised as contributing to the global momentum and pressure leading up to the 2015 Paris Agreement (COP21).

3 April 2018

Ditching the disconnect: how can we push values to the forefront of the sustainability profession?

The focus on heavy corporate language speaks solely to the head, not the heart. Yet the art of storytelling in business can create a far greater catalyst for change and is far more interesting, exciting, and (if done properly) magical.

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