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Published21 April 2022
LanguageEnglish
Pages248
Interiorstandard color
Trim Size6" x 9"
152mm x 229mm
Bindingpaperback
ISBN9781783242429 (paperback)
Leading by Nature
The Process of Becoming A Regenerative Leader
Summary

We are in the midst of a civilization-wide transformation of the scale never seen before: halving carbon emissions by 2030, reversing natural habitat loss, overhauling social inequality, tackling the mental health and wellbeing pandemic, embracing the digital revolution, and dealing with rising volatility and turbulence across all aspects of society and working-life. No organization is spared.

Climate change, Covid and conflict; an increasingly dispersed multi-generational workforce that is crying out for meaning and belonging: The unrelenting pace of these leadership challenges is demanding an evolution in organizational thinking in response. The old Industrial-age of top down, organization-as-machine metaphor is breaking down and a new one is breaking through - the organization-as-living-system.

Now more than ever, organizations need to adapt to disruptive innovations and new ways of working while co-creating life-affirming futures for all. Today’s new-norm of unceasing transformation demands a new-norm in leadership and organizational development. Leading by Nature goes right to the heart of this agile living-systems approach, informed by the regenerative systems in the natural world to inspire practices, tools and techniques that will help us lead organizations capable of transforming and thriving in a fast-emerging future.

Author of four previous books and thought leader, Giles Hutchins, draws upon over 25 years experience in leadership and organizational development, and over 10 years of senior leadership coaching and regenerative leadership practice to apply an approach to next-stage future-fit business. This is a must-read for leaders interested in leading thriving organizations amid the increasingly volatile times ahead.
Meet the Author

See www.gileshutchins.com
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