If Steve Jobs could unite his team to change the world by creating better user experiences then surely we can unite people for an even more urgent and existential task: that of transforming our economy to be more sustainable and inclusive.
This new age of Industry 4.0 with its complex set of challenges will need leaders who know how to work with others to create new solutions. In order to address this need, Consulus is pleased to launch LeadershipCORE™ – a new executive leadership development program in partnership with Sophia University Institute to shape a new generation of leaders. This quarter also marks a significant milestone in our 14 years as we welcome three countries to our global network: Laos, Malaysia and the United States of America.
The Columnist asks Jay Hein, President of Sagamore Institute on his organisation and also his thoughts about the partnership with Consulus and Sophia serves in shaping leaders of unity.
Consulus is pleased to announce the launch of its new leadership product line, LeadershipCORE™. This consists of experiential courses and programmes designed to prepare leaders for what the World Economic Forum has called the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Photo by Norbert von Niman on Unsplash By Jim Funk and Lawrence Chong This new age with its complex set of challenges will need leaders who know how to work with others to create new solutions. The thunderous blast of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy into the clear blue sky...
Consulus, the global innovation consulting firm marks a significant milestone in its 14 years as a business by adding the 14th country to its global network, the United States of America.
2016 has proven to be a year of seismic changes: Donald Trump’s historic win and Brexit were the most unimaginable events. What this mean is, we need to prepare ourselves to be ready for change and learn how to lead it in 2017. In this issue, read about the 4 principles for effective change in business and learn how to see things in unity with others so as to see the future with new eyes.
The talk by Dr Paolo Frizzi on the larger global context of the 4th Industrial Revolution and to further present what we learned at Consulus: that is, how businesses today are becoming extraordinary places where change can be developed and applied. From this point of advantage, business leaders can have a direct role to positively affect this economic shift, in a way, never before experienced in this scale.
As we celebrate the 5th World Company Day with over 200 signatories today, we would like to invite you to reflect and be inspired to act on this theme “Organize for the Future Good”. Read how some signatories from Sri Lanka and Taiwan build a thriving business while making a difference to shape a better world.
Since 2013 it has become clear to us, that companies must be more than just beneficiaries of the economic system and contribute to making it better through our work. So being voices and actors for the future good is even more critical today.
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