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Don't Forget: Regenerative Leadership Consciousness: Becoming Future-Fit through Leading in Nature

  • 1.  Don't Forget: Regenerative Leadership Consciousness: Becoming Future-Fit through Leading in Nature

    Posted 08-03-2022 11:18

    The Management, Spirituality, and Religion (MSR) Interest Group is pleased to announce that author Giles Hutchins—author of The Firm of the Future, The Nature of Business, Regenerative Leadership: the DNA of Life-Affirming 21st Century Organizations, and most recently Leading by Nature, is MSR’s 2022 Plenary Speaker. All are welcome to attend this hybrid event—live streamed from the AOM conference and available to both in-person and virtual participants! We hope to see you there!

    Plenary Details

    Date/Time: Saturday, August 6 09:30 to 11:00 (Pacific Time)

    Physical Location: SCC: Yakima 1 (Hybrid)

    Synchronous Virtual Hybrid: Zoom through AOM platform

    Plenary Speaker: Giles Hutchins

    Plenary Title: Regenerative Leadership Consciousness

    Giles Hutchins will talk about “Regenerative Leadership Consciousness” in these times of COVID, climate, conflict, and an increasingly dispersed multi-generational workforce that's crying out for meaning and belonging. The unrelenting pace of these leadership challenges demands an evolution in learning and organization development. This plenary session explores the necessary shift in learning and organization development consciousness now required for future-fit business. Giles will draw upon his latest work in this field Leading by Nature

    Giles is an author, speaker, business transformation leader, and CEO coach. He has written 5 books on regenerative leadership and how organisations can learn from nature to become more resilient and future-fit. He is a senior advisor for a number of leading organisations and business schools on the future of business, and has worked in organisational change for over 25 years. His international practice is anchored at Springwood, 60 acres of ancient woodland in Sussex, UK.

    Julia Storberg-Walker
    Associate Professor
    The George Washington University
    Washington DC
    (202) 680-4173