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2Lead - Enabling the Sustainability Multipliers
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If you missed our workshop here is a nice and short video :)
Yesterday thanks to 2Lead I had the pleasure to listen to Pär Larshans which shared the amazing sustainable work they do at Max Hamburgers.
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New blog post on 2Lead today. Jørgen Holst reflects on our direction and how it can sometimes be hard to feel the difference between flying and falling.

"Will we make the changes we so desperately need to avoid The Fall, or will we keep sipping champagne and wasting our resources, smiling and singing on our way down?"

Photo credit to Flickr user pictcorrect
I'm listening to a wonderfully ambitious audiobook these days, “Cloud Atlas”, by David Mitchell. I highly recommend it. It has many different narrators and takes place in many different time perio...
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Is there more to being a good business than not destroying people or the environment?
A tobacco company. An oil company. A mining company. Unlikely as it may seem, these companies all found their way onto Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 13th annual list (PDF) of the 100 best corpor...
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With plastic bottles and their caps among the most frequently found pieces of beach trash, we wonder what responsibility the companies that produce them have? Part of lifecycle analysis?
There is a lot of trash in the ocean--so much that a massive trash vortex is swirling around in the North Pacific Ocean, Method is working on an entire ocean plastic supply chain for its detergent bot...
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Just uploaded three more clips from our interview with Carol Sanford, so far the clips are:

1. Introduction
2. Observations on the next generation
3. Pentad approach for responsible business
4. How generations might learn from one another
5. Developing consciousness in business
6. Our fragmented world

We still have a lot of footage to go through - more short clips to come.
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We had the pleasure of interviewing Professor Rebecca Henderson @ +Harvard University yesterday. Here is a preview of that interview where she talks about the millennials and how the conversation on sustainable business is changing.
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We held our first event for young professionals this evening in Oslo.@Pär Larshans, Chief Sustainability Officer of Swedish MAX Hamburgers spent two hours discussing and reflecting with the group. 

@Mara Senese facilitated and @Rick Wheatley offered some reflections on insights from our interviews. Álex Asensi ran the cameras, we hope to post some video soon!

One of our organizers,@Tiina Ruohonen was unable to attend for a rather incredible reason - a non-profit she works with won a sizable free ad campaign - Congratulations to Tiina and!
Holder de ord kartlegger norske politiske partiers løfter og sammenligner disse med partienes stemmegivning og aktivitet på Stortinget og i andre folkevalgte organ.
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NRK, the Norwegian national news network, used our footage of the Branson and Lašas interview on national television yesterday. That feels pretty good!

The full interview is now available here:
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Our friend Kjetil Hasselgård took some photos of an old doll repair shop in Rome that inspired today's blog post on our throw-away consumer culture.

Why don't we repair things anymore?
Do companies have a responsibility for the products they make through the product's entire life cycle?

#consumerism #sustainability #CSR
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"Live fully, embrace ambiguity" new blog post on reframing our view of the things that are happening around us in this time of change. Authentic #leadership for #sustainability from +Christopher Baan
Last week I participated in a retreat and course on authentic leadership, organised by the ALIA institute (which stands for ‘authentic leadership in action’). The week was a beautiful ...
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Can Consumers Help Save the Planet? Increasing Transparency are definitely the key words!
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Harvard's Rebecca Henderson tells us what she's interested in and working on these days.

"How can we think about building a business, a firm and more broadly a system where I can bring my whole self to work?"

- The challenges we face & how business can help
- The values that drive us - values based action in a business context.

"Can firms on the leading edge, by setting the example, drive institutional change?"
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A resource for young business people interested in sustainable business.

At 2Lead we focus on young business people – exploring what it means to lead a truly sustainable company and discovering the positive role business can play in this time of global change. Our Dialogues with next generation leaders, senior executives and recognized experts plus leading edge development programs – are all designed to enable you to become a transformational force in helping your business take profitability and sustainability to a new level.

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