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Sustainability

We support our clients and their stakeholders to press pause, reconsider the future they want and help build the awareness and capacity to get there. Everything we do or say is an invitation to reconsider the present and to consider new futures.

Richard (Dick) Baker, Future Considerations

Dick Baker

“Spending many years observing leadership and its impact on the world I have always been fascinated by what the conditions for leadership are. I came to realise that authentic leadership is a twin trail – not just the outer trail of having effect in the world but also the inner trail of self-awareness and development. […]

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Taking a Long-Term Sustainable Business Perspective

In 2014 Pfizer launched a bid for AstraZeneca (about £70bn). AstraZeneca, sceptical of the business case for a deal, managed to resist after a bitter battle. It turns out that Pfizer’s case was to solve its big problems of a 24% corporate tax rate; an accumulation of roughly $17bn in overseas cash, which would attract […]

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When Teal meets B Corps: a match made for transformation?

What happens when you bring together leaders involved in two of the most transformational movements in business and organisations? On the 16th May, in partnership with B-Lab UK, we hosted an evening to explore this question. We brought together representatives from purpose-led organisations that stand for reinventing success in business, B-Corps and those who are […]

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Sustainable Development Goals – what can Gen Y & Z do?

17 Goals were ratified by 193 countries last December. 17 Goals that have the ability to change our world. 17 Goals that will affect us all. Globally. The UN Sustainable Development Goals are a guiding light for us here at Future Considerations. We believe that they hold the key to so much that can be evolved for […]

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Conscious Business Collaboration

It’s heart-warming to acknowledge that conscious business offshoots are alive, well and flourishing in the UK. In the last 10 years I have had the privilege to work with many organisations and initiatives promoting more conscious forms of business. These have included the B Team, WBCSD, World Blu, Breakthrough Capitalism, Future 500, Sustainable Brands and […]

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Jackie Thoms, Future Considerations

Jackie Thoms

“After 15 years in various corporate, coaching and consulting roles, I began to work with social visionaries and innovators to connect people across sectors to spark innovation and collaboration necessary for organisations to become fit for the 21st century. Through this, I have had to reconsider how vital it is for people and organisations to […]

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Mike Meaney, Future Considerations

Michael Meaney

“I have always had a strong interest in people and groups and understanding why we do the things we do. At the level of the individual I hear many common stories and visions among many different people. As a collective I find it fascinating that we appear largely unable to realise these visions and create […]

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Laura Lewin

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United Kingdom

FC_new people photos-Laura_Lewin[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://uk.linkedin.com/in/lauralewin” label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/laura-lewin/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“Having spent 15 year practicing as a business psychologist – helping clients improve the well-being of people, relationships and their bottom-lines – I found myself questioning the broader systems in which business operates.  Learning more about how interconnected and interdependent our financial and eco-systems are, I reconsidered where I wanted to make a difference.  Since that inflection point, I have focused on connecting leaders with the unintended consequences of our culture – helping them develop the capabilities to engage others in the real work of our age.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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Jaroslav Dokoupil, Future Considerations

Jaroslav Dokoupil

  “I used to think that change happens overnight and is easy to achieve once everyone knows what to do. Years of experience has made me reconsider this assumption and learn that one of the most difficult parts of change is to translate the initial inspiration into a consistent shift in behaviour. I also realised […]

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Jane Corbett, Future Considerations

Jane Corbett

“Over the first decade of my career, I reconsidered how transformational change shows up in the world. It comes from acquiring more knowledge and skills and from experiential learning, finding the leader within, a focus on purpose/strategy and being able to see the systems we work in through the eyes of varied stakeholders. I believe […]

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Martin Kalungu-Banda, Future Considerations

Martin Kalunga-Banda

  “In the early part of my career, I served as a lecturer in business ethics at the University of Zambia. One day my wife, Aggie, asked how I conducted my lectures. I responded, “There is only one way that university education is delivered. A lecturer prepares his or her materials which are delivered in […]

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Celine McKeown, Future Considerations

Celine McKeown

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United Kingdom

FC_new people photos-Celine_McKeown[social_icons ][social name=”email” link=”mailto:info@futureconsiderations.com” label=”Email” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”twitter” link=”http://www.twitter.com/celinemckeown” label=”Twitter” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”linkedin” link=”http://www.linkedin.com/pub/celine-mckeown/1/a0/9b1″ label=”LinkedIn” target=”_blank”][/social][social name=”blogauthor” link=”http://futureconsiderations.com/author/celine-mckeown/” label=”Blog Posts” target=”_blank”][/social][/social_icons][/column_grid_4][column_grid_8]“I’ve always had a profound sense of needing to do meaningful work. Over the years, as life circumstances changed, I constantly considered what ‘meaningful work’ means for me. What previously gave me meaning, working on global, macro issues, now had to share the space with new, micro issues such as my family. My new life mix catalysed a profound change. I reconsideredsuccess. Not just as an idea, or a financial measurement, but as a practice using ‘Right Livelihood’. I define this as ‘meaningful, self-sustaining work on behalf of people and planet’. I believe that if we all defined success in this way, then we stand a chance of creating a sustainable future for our children’s children.”[/column_grid_8][/column_wrapper]

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