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What Makes Your Organization Special: It Starts With A Clear Vision

Jeroen_geelhoedThe past decades have thankfully provided increasing examples of organizations demonstrating that things can be done differently. Look at Whole Foods. Look at what global carpet tile manufacturer Interface has done. They are companies that focus on creating lasting value for all stakeholders.

Creating lasting value entails delivering value for employees, for customers, for shareholders and for society.

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Are businesses missing the boat when it comes to sustainable behaviour change?

New survey shows majority of businesses are taking behaviour change seriously but there are still misaligned priorities and a lack of top level engagement


There’s a mistmatch between issues and actions with companies identifying material scarcity as one of the least important external issues but making action on waste a top area of behaviour change.

Motivating behaviour change is an issue that’s been at the forefront of the sustainability agenda, but it’s not always clear exactly how it should be defined. What behaviours are people trying to change? What strategies are being used? And how seriously is the issue being taken by business?

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