Transformative capacity entails stakeholder collaboration, resourcefulness, planning, and creating an enabling environment for sustainable and equitable utilisation of resources.
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In today’s complex world, leaders influence others to achieve common goals by behaving with emotional intelligence and considering all stakeholders in the process. When climate, indeed the planet, is one of those stakeholders, leadership conversations will change considerably.
With appropriate learning experiences and coaching, leaders can develop adaptive and transformative capacities. Adaptive capacity is underpinned by flexibility, enabling acceptance of reality, innovation, change management and meaningful continuous improvement. Transformative capacity entails stakeholder collaboration, resourcefulness, planning, and creating an enabling environment for sustainable and equitable utilisation of resources. We understand that climate change and sustainability conversations is full of new words, a new vocabulary if you will.
This can be daunting, if not overwhelming, and we may be tempted to relegate such conversations to “Chief Sustainability Officers” within our organisations. However, if we are to make the necessary changes within our organisations and communities, it is essential for all leaders to engage as much as possible. We are therefore pleased to share a number of “go to” resources to gradually introduce leaders, from any walk of life, to the basics of climate change and sustainability.
Well done for getting this far, now that you’ve been introduced to basic terms, we can continue this learning experience by moving on to the next page: Science and its Global Complexity.
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Transformative capacity entails stakeholder collaboration, resourcefulness, planning, and sustainable resources.
Understanding how human activity has disturbed the equilibrium will motivate you, and empower you to lead differently.
Biodiversity is being lost at an estimated 150 species becoming extinct every day. And this is all affecting our health.
Misleading content distorts the perception of climate science and solutions, creating confusion, and can lead to harm.
We need to listen to our hearts and the hearts of others, to remind each other how to feel things again and reinstate a culture of care.
The amount of ESG information provided by rating agencies, and auditing and consulting firms has grown exponentially.