Everybody wins when it comes to corporate social respon...

Published in Australia’s premiere Health, Environment and Wellbeing Magazine WRITTEN BY TERRY ROBSON JULY 30, 2020 Environment  I  Health  I  Wellness  I  Life  I  Planet   Corporate. Social. Responsibility. Three words that, each on their own, are perfectly intelligible but, until recently, when placed together as a phrase became like something from a Lewis Carroll poem: nonsense. “Corporate social responsibility” as a phrase has been as oxymoronic as “gourmet cheese in a can”, “wise lycra fashion choices” or “must-see reality TV”. Today, however, corporate social responsibility (CSR) not only makes perfect sense, it is imperative to our way forward as a society. What is it? In truth, corporate social responsibility is about engaging with reality, the reality of the nature of a corporation…. Read more »

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5 Tips for Leaders Who Want to Create a Strong Sustaina...

In order to integrate sustainability into the core of a business, it has to be a part of the company’s culture. For this to happen, a top leader must be willing and ready to go first and evolve, according to leadership advisor Sandja Brügmann. Published January 10, 2020 on SustainableBrands.com, originally written in Danish by Tine Brødegaard Hansen, and published in SustainReport 29. Sandja Brügmann is a sought-after leadership advisor who, among other services, has helped top leaders from Grundfos, The Body Shop, and Chr. Hansen CEO Mauricio Graber integrate sustainability into core business practices. Whereas CSR is an extremely narrow term, often associated with CO2 reduction, compliance and risk management, to actually become regenerative — meaning to contribute more than we extract from the world — we need… Read more »

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Self-Disrupt to Redesign the Future of Work

Leaders and Workers Must Launch Change With Self-Disruption by SANDJA BRÜGMANN, Re-published by B the Change, Originally published in Conscious Company Media. “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” — R. Buckminster Fuller The future of work encourages whole human beings to move toward their highest soulful potential. This requires a drastic redesign of organizations, how we work and what we recognize as success. It calls on us to move away from control, manipulation and fear toward cultures that support and foster personal growth, freedom, autonomy and blossoming of the individual. Leaders operate their businesses within an increasingly complex context of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity). They… Read more »

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Purpose: The growth journey to get there

Organizationally and individually it’s becoming mainstream in large parts of the world to have a purpose, a deeper meaning with existing. When done correctly, purpose can create motivation, productivity, creativity, innovation and a shared North Star, a sense of belonging and deep contentment at work and in life. But if you have taken a stab at working with purpose, you know it’s not so easy to actually do. Why is this? I’ll explore in this short video why that is, and what it takes to work with meaningfulness.   You can learn more about us at www.ThePassionInstitute.com If you wish to work more with purpose and your transformation as a leader, join me and a top tuned group of change-making… Read more »

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5 Ways to a Strong Sustainability & Purpose Culture

These 5 Tips to create a Strong Sustainability and Purpose Culture from Sandja Brügmann, CEO The Passion Institute, was originally published alongside an interview in SustainReport, the full article (in Danish) is accessible here: 5 råd til lederen, der vil skabe en stærk sustainability kultur.   1. Move from being Change-ready to Change-driven  In order to solve the sustainability challenges we are faced with, as a leader you need to be able to bring other people to life, to flourish, such that they experience and are able to access their innate passion, innovation and creativity. This require leadership development on the personal development plane to know what motivates and drive others, beneath the obvious and spoken. This is why you… Read more »

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Nyt netværk skal flytte bæredygtighed og etik ind i k...

  Tiden for CSR og langsigtede strategier er forbi; den etiske og bæredygtige forståelse skal helt ind i kernen af os som ledere og i vores virksomheder. På det grundlag vil et nyt netværk for bæredygtig ledelse få os til se sandheden i øjnene og skabe reel forandring. Chr. Hansen og Ørsted er blandt deltagerne. “Sustainability is an integral part of Chr. Hansen. Currently 82% of Chr. Hansen’s product portfolio have a direct positive contribution to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development no. 2, 3 and 12. We work to continuously understand, monitor, and improve our performance on the issues that are most material to our stakeholders and thereby to the future success of our business. With our Nature’s… Read more »

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Self-Disrupt to Redesign the Future of Work

  by SANDJA BRÜGMANN, Originally published in Conscious Company Media. “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – R. Buckminster Fuller The future of work encourages whole human beings to move toward their highest soulful potential. This requires a drastic redesign of organizations, how we work, and what we recognize as success. It calls on us to move away from control, manipulation, and fear toward cultures that support and foster personal growth, freedom, autonomy, and blossoming of the individual. Leaders operate their businesses within an increasingly complex context of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity). They must navigate resource scarcity, economic polarity, the speed of technological… Read more »

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Summer Reading List 2018

On my Summer reading list are books that advance the future of positive impact leadership and the new business models, understanding and mindsets needed to ensure that business is part of the solution to the challenges we face in the world today. Which books would you add to this list? Please comment in the area below! Happy reading and enjoy your Summer!             PS: Background setting: Island of Bornholm, Baltic Sea, Denmark.       SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

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Ny Uddannelse: Fremtidens Lederskab

Fremtidens Lederskab ved Sandja Brügmann, MD The Passion Institute i samarbejde med Ledernes Kompetence Center Skab værdi for din organisation med ny viden og konkrete værktøjer til at forstå fremtiden og lede forandringer, vækst og trivsel. Lige nu ændres betingelserne for organisationer, ledere og medarbejdere med stor hast. Det stiller store krav til dig som leder, og det kræver et nyt mindset og en ny måde at lede på. Fremtidens Lederskab klæder dig på til at blive en fremtidsorienteret leder og udvikler dit personlige lederskab, så du kan stå i spidsen for vækst og trivsel i en hastigt foranderlig tid. Du lærer at skabe en kultur, der tager udgangspunkt i tillid, inddragelse og respekt, og som understøtter innovation og høj… Read more »

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Bæredygtig Ledelse: Når man ikke driver rovdrift fra ...

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