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Posted 2.11.16

“Leading for Well-Being” represents a consortium of organizations, scholars, faith leaders, business people, media experts, and policy makers seeking to integrate the emerging practice of Humanistic Management with more sustainable practices at the corporate, community and policy levels. Its goal is to enable many of those now driving crisis to become agents of positive and profitable change.

The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit is helping to lead in this initiative. Chris Laszlo, PhD, associate professor of organizational behavior and faculty director for research and outreach at the Fowler Center and three Distinguished Fellows—Michael Pirson, Hunter Lovins and Andrew Winston—are the lead conveners.

Confirmed participants include thought leaders from around the world:

  • Michael Pirson (Fordham)
  • Hunter Lovins (Natural Capitalism Solutions)
  • Chris Laszlo (Case Western Reserve University)
  • Andrew Winston (author of Big Pivot)
  • Jeffrey Sachs (Earth Institute, Columbia)
  • Otto Scharmer (Theory U MIT)
  • Vincent Stanley (Patagonia)
  • Martine Durand (OECD)
  • Romina Boarini (OECD)
  • Donna Hicks (Harvard)
  • Sandra Waddock (Griffith University, Brisbane; University of Pretoria)
  • Freya Williams (Futerra)
  • Jo Confino (HuffPo)
  • Claus Dierksmeier/Hans Kueng (Global Ethic Institute)
  • John Elkington (Volans)
  • Anthony Annett (UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Earth Institute)
  • Petra Kuenkel (Collective Leadership)
  • Maja Goepel (Wupperthal Institute)
  • Salvador Paiz (businessman)
  • Juan Luis Bosch (businessman)
  • Ida Kubiszewski (Solutions Journal)
  • Bob Costanza (Alliance for Sustainability and Prosperity)
  • Camilo Azcarate (World Bank)
  • Stewart Wallis (New Economics Foundation)
  • Charlie Wilkie (The Guardian)
  • Donna Morton (Principium Investments)

More information about the event appeared in the Huffington Post article, "Leading for Well-being" by Hunter Lovins.


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