Category Archives: Sustainability

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 … Continue reading

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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. … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Are Teal Organizations naturally sustainable?

During our research earlier this year, we identified two key drivers that limit the progression of organisations to address the global sustainability challenges. A lack of a clear definition of what sustainability means and a strategic approach. And a predominant … Continue reading

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Sustainable Development Goals – Upgrading the business agenda

I have recently returned from 10 days in New York. They weren’t any 10 days. They were the 10 days around the UN Sustainable Goal Summits. I was privileged to witness the largest gathering of world leaders in history for … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap between Organisational Design and Sustainability

Why is embedding sustainability within an organisation still the ‘holy grail’ for many? We hear many Sustainability managers bemoaning the fact that the day-to-day business managers within their organisation are not focussed on sustainability issues. It’s either not on their … Continue reading

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Could Teal be the new Green?

It is old news: the planet is in crisis. The signs and warnings can be ignored, but the consequences are increasingly unavoidable. The media, though it may dance between the arguments of climate change affirmers and deniers, nonetheless presents a … Continue reading

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Sustainable Development Goals: time to bring in the Millennials

We are inheriting an economic value system where we value more a dead fish over a live one, a dead tree over a forest, sick people over healthy ones, war and threats of war over peace. An economic value system … Continue reading

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Millennial Power: Let the Future Decide its Future | TEDxUniversityofStAndrews

Darshita Gillies, an Associate of Future Considerations, delivered a powerful TEDx talk earlier this year at St Andrews University.  A Millennial herself, Darshita calls for the transfer of power from the Baby Boomer plus generation to the Millennial Generation in order to … Continue reading

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Integrating leadership development, innovation and social impact for purpose-led growth

2015 is being heralded as the year for action on climate change, inequality and poverty. Two pivotal UN summits are the focus: the post-2015 development agenda will result in new global goals to end all forms of poverty, discrimination, and … Continue reading

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How can core purpose influence leadership in sustainability?

Otto Scharmer says that leaders need to shift their consciousness from an ego-system awareness to an eco-system awareness in order to serve the well being of all rather than benefiting the few.  It’s a shift that requires us to expand … Continue reading

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