Sustainability leaders are people who inspire and initiate generative thinking and action with others aimed toward co-creating a better world—at home, in the workplace, and in local and global communities.
The Sustainability Leadership Institute approach to leadership development is based on research, analysis, application and evaluation. SLI’s work is grounded in studies of complexity science, epistemology (the study of how people come to know what they know) and social constructionism in support of generative communication for solving problems and engaging with processes of transformative change.
We help sustainability leaders develop the capacity to learn-while-doing as part of a generative communication orientation, thus enabling them to better navigate the complex, uncertain, unpredictable situations they encounter. Working with others to build relational intelligence consisting of multiple points of view is a central feature of sustainability leadership.
Anyone willing to challenge old assumptions and genuinely engage with others to find integrated long term solutions can be a sustainable leader.
Sustainability Leadership Relational Model©
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