What does it mean to be a responsible leader? From hackathons to fuckup nights, we explore some unlikely examples.
TwentyThirty showcases people from all over the world who are leading for change. They work towards a peaceful, just, and sustainable future in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
“Decentralized and self-managed teams require very different leadership skills.” BMW Foundation Responsible Leader Joana Breidenbach on leading in times of uncertainty.
Unless we look beneath the surface, and peer into the soil of our systems, we will not be able to take care of ourselves, and each other, to ensure our ecosystem thrives holistically.
We need new spaces in which people can connect, collaborate, innovate and grow. Learn to be a part of the solution of the post-COVID-19 world.
The Gender Alliance is an initiative that pushes for a feminist agenda to foster gender equity in line with Sustainable Development Goal 5. Helene Wolf is one of its members.
What’s called for now is a global moment in which everyone stops for a moment of stillness, for a moment of connecting to source. Otto Scharmer on COVID-19.
The Gender Alliance is an initiative that pushes for a feminist agenda to foster gender equity in line with Sustainable Development Goal 5. Chris Fowler is one of its members.
Imagine the leadership of NGOs would actually reflect the diversity of the people they support. For Dedo N. Baranshamaje, this is already reality.