The Age of Enoughism
This one-day event on the Age of Enoughism in Zurich on 8 May includes 10 speeches, 3 debates and a host of opportunities to connect with other leaders and experts in order to refresh your approach and inspire your own future leadership journey.
At the first Mindful Leadership Symposium, top thought leaders present insights and perspectives on fresh approaches to life and business.
Some of the questions up for debate are:
• How do we reconcile prosperity with sustainability?
• What are the ways to measure ‘enough’ and ensure a healthy and balanced approach to future strategy?
• What mindful tools and approaches enable us to deliver true value and real success?
• What are the potential pitfalls and instabilities for organizations that embark on the journey into mindfulness?
• How do leaders implement and then persuade others to adopt a values-led approach?
Why you should attend
There is a growing awareness that we need new leadership approaches based around trust, awareness and courage and this is what our Symposium sets out to achieve.
After more than a decade of global financial instability and perennial ‘boom-bust’ economic cycles, people are challenging the wisdom of striving for eternal growth and exponentially rising profits.
The emotional and spiritual stress created for leaders, workers and societies by overconsumption is forcing a reconsideration and raising challenging questions, chiefly: what is true prosperity and how do we set the measure of ‘enough’?
This is a central issue for mindful leaders and our symposium will critically consider the issues and potential solutions.
Join the debate and be part of an influential and growing network for a better approach to business.
MINDFUL LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM “The Age of Enoughism” in Zurich, 8 May 2015 at the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute.
Who will be there?
A ‘meeting of minds’ for influencers in senior roles, this inspiring policy-making event considers the challenges and opportunities set to define tomorrow’s successful leaders – and how we manage the transition from excess into enoughism.
An emerging and central theme of politics, philosophy and economics over the past decade, ‘enoughism’ centers on how we move from short-term gain and profit-driven thinking into long-term sustainability that benefits people, society and organizations alike.
We are a mindful social movement collaborating to foster a sustainable approach to business and humanity.
We focus on business, education, health and society – working to enrich them through intuition, empathy and self awareness.
A renowned international line-up of speakers draws on the latest thinking from fields as diverse as organisational and economic research, future-forecasting, philanthropy and business practice.
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