Net Positive Leadership

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Ben Kellard explains how leaders are fundamentally rethinking their strategy to contribute more to the economy than they take.

One major source of impetus towards a Net Positive future is the Sustainable Development Goals: the set of 17 ambitions that were adopted by world leaders in 2015, offering all sectors for the first time a common framework for transformation. These aren’t just a useful communications tool for framing existing corporate action, Kellard observed: they actually call for a step-change in the role of business in developing a resilient economy. He referred to the flagship report of the Overseas Development Institute which says that five goals call for a complete reversal in current trajectories – if we are to reduce inequality and the growth of slums, combat climate change, reduce waste, and protect marine environments.

 

https://www.forumforthefuture.org/blog/net-positive-radical-shift-leadership-and-economics

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