This time our biweekly newsletter gathers together inspiration around 2022 trends and the important topic of sustainability.
Top Content Picks
📈 Article: What changes in leadership this year? Check our list of 4 trends that affect leadership in 2022 (and beyond).
🌱 Article: According to Paul Polman, the former CEO of Unilever, business leaders need to take a sustainable multi-stakeholder approach to be successful in the future.
🌊 Video: “We have to aim at high-risk, high-reward projects. Some of them may fail, but if they succeed they have the potential to solve the whole problem”, says Boyan Slat, the founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup.
📝 Article: Planning to expand your portfolio? Private securities and crowdfunding surge to continue in 2022.
Opportunity to Step Up
How can you become a sustainable leader?
Stefan Hyttfors, an acclaimed futurist and author, will uncover some of the mysteries about sustainable leadership during our next free webinar on 28 January. At the session, he will address issues such as:
🔸 What you need to know about being a sustainable leader
🔸 How you can utilize the opportunities of data and AI in a sustainable way
🔸 Why human emotions are the next competitive advantage
Our Recommended Source for New Ideas
“Number one: the climate and ecological crisis is an existential threat to us as humans. Number two: it’s an existential threat that we as humans have created. So, what we need is every level of society working together, taking individual and collective responsibility for this.”
In this interview with Bloomberg, Ryan Gellert, the fairly fresh CEO of Patagonia highlights how we need sustainable actions from individuals, governments, and businesses alike in order to solve the climate crisis. In an interview with Bloomberg, he also explains the company’s new climate framework and shares thoughts on how leaders can push their businesses beyond carbon neutrality.
Stop and Think
“We are not in our businesses to preserve the status quo. We need to think about how we can make the world a better place.”
– John Mackey
If you want to connect and discuss with other business minds, we suggest you join our Nordic Business Forum Community LinkedIn Group. See you there! 🤝