Postcard from SUSTEX

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A strong turnout from the OPEN community has gathered over 21/22 March in Killeen, TX for the inaugural SUSTEX summit, hosted by our wonderful partners at Texas A&M University-Central Texas.

It’s been an amazing couple of days exploring our understanding of One Planet Leadership with presentations from many of the OPEN community present, including:

OPEN strategic advisor Thomas Jelley, Vice President of Sodexo, on what gets in the way of sustainability.

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OPEN Chairman Dr Jody Fry, Professor of Management at TAMUCT, on spiritual leadership.

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OPEN Fellow Dr Eleftheria Egel on spiritual leadership, as well as on new models of social entrepreneurship.

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OPEN Strategic Advisor Dr Isabel Rimanoczy, Convenor of LEAP!, the UN PRME Working Group for Sustainability Mindset, on the development of sustainability mindset.

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OPEN CEO and Co-Founder, Tony Cooke on the changing nature of leadership for sustainability.

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Our sincere thanks and congratulations to Lucas, Susan and all the team responsible for putting on SUSTEX. It’s been a terrific event, and we look forward to its second edition in 2020!

 

Published by One Planet Education Networks

OPEN (One Planet Education Networks) aims to mainstream responsible and sustainable business education.

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