Many aspects of who we are and how we live our lives arre determined by our experiences in the formative years. In this episode we explore how to introduce new forms of education that will create leaders able to shape a better future.
Later in the program we hear the first hand experience of Badi Shams who founded a school in India based on high ethical principles and what establishing a school taught him about learning.
But first Gordon Naylor, the director of the Nancy Campbell Academy in Canada, thinks deeply about what kind of education is needed to nurture tomorrow’s change agents and transformational leaders.
Arthur Dahl introduces the challenge of becoming the source of social good - ebbf annual conference theme
episode 17 - design processes that enact social and organizational transformation
Episode 16: difficult but worthwhile paths towards meaningful careers
Episode 15 - Unifying leadership that goes beyond gender
Episode 14 - What educational governance can build ethical leaders?
Episode 12 – The unusual values-based story of a French bakery in … New Delhi
Episode 11 – The ethical challenge of an inclusive global governance for business
Episode 10 – new financial, local and global trends pushing us to rethink governance
Episode 9 – Personal paths and tools to meaningful work and workplaces
Episode 8 – Personal stories that shaped people’s meaningful careers
Episode 7 – Collaboration, the shift from self interested competition
Episode 6 – How can consultation evolve decision-making and other organizational processes?
Episode 5 – New approaches to diversity as a key resource to your enterprise
Episode 4 – Transitioning towards the spiritual enterprise
Episode 3 – The evolution of business: how it lost and now needs to regain its connection with society
Episode 2 – How can ethical business build the future? Transitioning towards the spiritual enterprise.
Episode 1 – meaningful work, how ebbf members view it and live it
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