The Big G in ESG: Leadership and the Art of Ethos
Dive into the hidden components driving action, commitment, and responsibility for holistic sustainability strategy and leadership development
What causes dissonance between...
Planning for the unexpected
How to develop a whole picture
Pre-recorded informational videos to guide a self-paced reflection.
Complete activities throughout the course to help you evaluate how your decisions are formed and impacted by external influences.
Handpicked bonus materials to supplement knowledge gained throughout the course and help you decide whether to continue the process of Self Integration.
CEO AMNIe International
Counsellor, PhD, RCC
Senior Project Manager at AMNIe
“I think it makes a lot of sense. The dissonance we experience comes from a psychological mismatch between what we are doing and how people feel. So, tapping into the feeling makes a lot of sense. And doing it in the group and business context makes even more sense. When we help leaders align with a greater purpose, the business is aligned and you gain a lot of resilience.”
“On the subject of dissonance, we currently don’t have the right people asking the right questions. People may not know what questions to even ask. There is a significant gap between our commitments and actions, and there is a significant gap between senior executives and people on the ground doing the operational work. That is why there is a need for critical thinking and embedding ESG throughout the entirety of organizations. A core component of that is having people within organizations develop the courage and purposeful leadership to ask those questions and flag any issues as they emerge.”
“Generally, people are trying to do what they think is right. Sometimes for the wrong reasons. In some instances, rather than having decisions grounded in one's own ethics and principles of the business, they may be engaging in green washing to attract more customers and investors. This could be done knowingly, or ignorantly and as a result, when it comes to sustainability, they're getting it wrong. This is why AMNIe strives to equip executives to power positive change via knowledge of holistic sustainability integration and purposeful leadership.”
Yes! AMNIe's Art of Ethos course will introduce you to many fascinating concepts on this topic and help you adapt them to being a leader of your organization.
We estimate that this introductory course will take 3 - 4 hours to complete depending on engagement with optional materials.
These courses are open to executives of all organizations, sectors and positions of leadership. We know that we can take you from someone who has the intention to live and work with purpose, to the purposeful leader of a Net Positive tomorrow.
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