Connecting Personal Decision Making to Planetary Stewardship


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The DAVOS call for revolutionary action signals collective awareness that it is time to plug personal/professional decision making into how we collectively reinvent our relationship with the planet. Scientific principles serve to inform what systemic changes must take place, and how each can contribute including government, community, business and personally. A radical shift in worldview is required so we explore perspective that can, frame by frame, create a unifying view to guide our vision for what humanity can do when faced with adversity. Cocreating becomes a means for survival following nature's principles as a guide and teacher. This slide set was inspired by the participation of change innovation expert, Dawna Jones on the Systems Thinking group on

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  • What is going on and how can alter the current trajectory? Environmental:Climate change: vast quantities of carbonFacing consequences of past actions. Disposal of radioactive waste in groundwaterGlobal sea level rising 1.5 X faster than predicted by the IPCC in 2001. Carbon emissions/global warming accelerating past predictions.Underwater stores of methane gas now being released due to accelerated warming.Biodiversity shrinking at an alarming rate. Loss of biodiversity at an alarming rate.
  • Offer insights into the beliefs and assumptions underpinning issues/opportunities;Outline the systemic principles that facilitate accelerated change.
  • Social: Gap between rich and poor; north and south driven by the structure of the global monetary system. Environmental: loss of biodiversity; Degradation of Ecological support systemsPolitical: Perceiving the global commons as territory.Business: Perceiving itself as separate from entire system.Institutional: Operating on outmoded
  • Quote from WorldShift 2012 by Ervin Lazslo
  • Mayan calendar was a systems plan for the evolution of consciousness. Same amount of change occurs in each cycle: 20 times faster. (Calleman, Lazanski)Integration of all systems> harmonious system.Arc: Analysis is replaced by seeing the system.Linear thinking is replace by creative.
  • From March 3, 2011 to October 28, 2011 we are in the 9th stage where the frequency shift is causing a break down of old structures: political, economic, etc. It is a time of chaos when humanity can choose to do its best by converting fear into care and empathy for others and for the planet we inhabit.
  • From war on nature (isolation) to being a part of living system.From competition to cooperation/collaboration.From profit as an end to profit as the means. From predictability to randomness and chaos. From business being accountable to its shareholders to being accountable to rising expectations of shareholders & community/society. From ignoring nature’s inputs & destroying ecological capital to finding solutions; returning to nature’s principles of closed loop feedback.War on nature: humanity above the system and controlling it.(poverty/income disparity) From irresponsible competition (win at all costs) to cooperative implementation of visionary ideas.
  • Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, AmbiguityDynamic: From duality to unified. Earth as a complex, mature eco-system. From control and domination to self-organizing (technology-social media)(either-or to both/AND)Forces rethink, trust in intuition over analysis. Demands new level of consciousness, awareness, agility, ability to see whole system and place in it. Function using ecosystem principles that Earth has been working with for over 3.8 Billion years.
  • Interruptions to Personal lifeAttempting to achieve balance: work with meaning; leisureLearning from those who see the world differently.
  • The French mathematician, Benoit Mandelbrot was the first to recognize that the geometry of many of Nature’s objects revealed a similar pattern regardless of the scale it was examined on. The more you magnify the image, the more the structure appears the same. Mandelbrot introduced the term “self-similar” to describe such objects. ….A structural characteristic of fractals is relatively simple to understand: fractals exhibit a reiterated pattern of “structures” nested within one another. Each smaller structure is a miniature, but not necessarily an exact version of the larger form. Fractal mathematics emphasizes the relation between the patterns seen in the whole and the patterns seen in parts of that whole. For example, the pattern of twigs on a branch resembles the pattern of limbs branching off of the trunk. –Dr. Bruce Lipton from an audio interview with Dawna Jones
  • Person, organizationCellular structure-microchip. Source; Audio interview with Dr. Bruce Lipton, June, 2006.Past leadership has been in isolation of the context in which business operates and hasn’t been tied to business outcomes. This must change so that the individuals can directly contribute to their networks of performance. Evidence: Social biology HP.
  • Personal - Conscious mind directs life’s results; Subconscious produces. Conscious-subconscious-higher purposeOrganizational change.
  • Growth within limits. Recycling of resources.Greater resiliency
  • Desire to be connected; know profession/quality of matters. (Jay Bradgon)Can achieve full potential.Life depends on living assets: intelligent, adaptive, generative, self organized, active, connected.
  • Non-linearRapid/RadicalInteraction: Connectivity Always shifts to a higher orderUses crisis or disruption to transform
  • Non-linearRapid/RadicalInteraction: Connectivity Always shifts to a higher orderUses crisis or disruption to transformThe start of each wave of consciousness (Mayan) began with an massive earthquake. (Calleman)12 April 2011 outlined three ideals for the recovery of the region.
  • Preparing for more.All opportunities to innovate post disruption
  • Connection between solar flares and human activities. From inspired action to aggression. Supports innovation and creativity.
  • When we are faced with uncertainty or the unexpected rather than become angry we have the option of becoming creative. Rather than surviving by consuming out of need or greed, we can survive by creating new solutions using nature as our mentor.
  • Increasing diagnosis of depressionAggression and anger an expression of fear, doubt, powerlessness, loss of control
  • Ability to center in heart’s intelligence.Expand mastery of sensing-feeling intelligences.Activate creativity; replace reliance on analytical rational (sees parts)Open to intuitive guidance
  • Sense of belonging to a successful team. Environment of safety and encouragement.
  • Capra, Fritjof The Web of Life. New York: Anchor Books, 1996, pages 298-299.
  • Thinking in evolutionary terms I see this as a major adaptation in capitalism; a radical departure from the bankrupt and now dying industrial model of capitalism where the total cost of this system now arguably exceeds its benefit.”
  • 4% of publicly traded firms are organized around core value of care/compassion & stewardship.Means aligned with end.
  • Networked Organization: Front-line empowerment: decision-making, self-organizing to changing conditions. SW’s culture works like a cluster of double helix: networks within networks swirling around an adaptive core structure. Managing by means: Building capacity that will strengthen the organization. Capacity to make and remake itself. Listens and implements employee feedback.Frugality: To survive and thrive, all life and living systems must be frugal in their use of energy and resources. Save fuel by operating out of less trafficked airports= quick turn around. Often have more cash than debt on balance sheets. Openness: All life needs to be continuously open to new information in order to survive and thrive. Information flows freely between employees and leadership everywhere, strengthening the company’s ability to learn and adapt on the fly. Sense of Purpose: Southwest’s symbiotic sense of purpose and its visionary goals transcend profit. Source: Jay Bragdon, Interview: corporate culture is non-bureaucratic. People spontaneously support each other saving time and resources. Recycling is a way of lifeFrugality extends to their financial management - this has a lot to do with their staying power. “We manage in good times so our employees and shareholders will do well in bad times.” Openness:Southwest’s culture committee serves this purpose brilliantly by being open to feedback from all sources in all locations at virtually at all times. It is a key part of their learning capacity. Like all living beings the company understands that it is part of a larger web of relationships and the strength of that web is key to its ability to survive and thrive over time.
  • Communities of organisms have evolved this way for over billions of years, using and recycling the same molecules of minerals, water and air.“ Supply chain transparency
  • “Over a period of ten years or more , companies such as 3M, Chevron and DuPont have each reportedly saved billions of dollars from environmental cost-cutting initiatives.”
  • The basic pattern of life is a network pattern meaning that all the relationships are non-linear involving multiple feedback loops, the means for self-regulation. Use of authority is not necessary. Source: Web of Life by Fritjof Capra
  • Anne Murray Allen, Dennis Sandow: Hewlett PackardSocial networks of high performance. “We studied accomplishment in a variety of places and always found the same pattern. One of the fascinating things we learned was that when we mapped the networks to the organizational chart we saw that the only manager that anyone had in common with was the CEO. HP is a big company. That was a surprising bit of information. It underscored that while we have these vertical organizational charts, they do not display how work gets done in the organization. What they display is some sort of fiduciary responsibility, how reporting results occur and how resources are accounted for but it does not describe how work gets accomplished which is even more networked and horizontal. It cross cuts the entire organization chart. This was a real eye opener and had a lot of ramifications for discussing and learning more about performance.” Interview with Anne Murray Allen, January, 2010 Evolutionary Provocateur
  • “Something circulates through the system making predictable, linear extrapolations unreliable.” Lietaer.
  • Application to the Monetary SystemEfficacy: Capacity for the system to process volumeResilience: Capacity to adapt to different environments or a situation that is totally not normal.
  • Belief: Humans motivated by self-interest; quest for financial gain;Actions yheliding greatest financial retrun to individual or firm=benefit to society.Competitive behaviour is more rational and benefitical to firm/individual . Society too.Human progress measure by value of what is consumed; higher consumer spending = greater well-being + greater economic output. –David Korten
  • 95% of all research is about money.
  • C3Eg. In 1934 the WIR was developing as a currency to serve small business networks to meet short term cash flow. 65, 000 businesses.Leaders in Innovation
  • Diversity and InterconnectednessThe WIRBarterInnovations on the WIR
  • React to crisis or use free will. Small-medium sized business: C3 initiatives, acting on inspiration to restore well-being, respect for the environment.Medium to Big Business: Adapt cultures to core values of care and compassion for life. Government: Supporting citizen lead-small business led initiatives. Eg. WIR for financial diversity and stabilization.Communities supporting local business. Individuals following their passion – higher purpose. 100% inspiration.Individual entrepreneurs, small businesses comprise 65-95% of private jobs. (Lietaer).
  • There is a sophisticated set of skills that supports shifting of consciousness, expansion of empathy and world-view.
  • 10 million voluntary activists world-wide. –LaszloBuy local -Grow food-lower on food chainEco-preneur-Social enterpriseSimplify: Animal, Plant, People
  • Sustainability drives strategy.9 levels of value creation (See Embedded Sustainability).Convert directing employees to supporting them: Whole Scale Redesign.Nurture/conserve networks of accomplishment.Innovative giving back: Channel marketing to support societal initiatives. Social Innovation: Channel marketing to support societal initiatives. Participate in improving the living conditions of the communities: local and global. Environmental stewardship. Innovative ways to close the income disparity_Vampire Bats
  • Enable and engage mass collaboration on key issues using open and crowd sourcing. Engage sustainability as a strategy for adding shared value to social, environment, community and profitability.Deep listening: Collective WisdomRemove barriers so the naturally occurring social networks can do their work.
  • Societal: # voluntary social-nonprofit orgs dedicated to societal/environmental >1million=10 million full-time sustainability activists.Source: Embedded Sustainability by Laszlo & ZhexembayevaMeaningful workFinancial sector: Lesson from Vampire Bats
  • See past geopolitical boundaries to work collectively with interests that unite the global commons. Recognition of the interconnectedness of all life.
  • Heals anger, improves well-being, health of the whole, capacity to creatively innovate.
  • Has worked for 3.8 billion years.
  • Energy: See Tesla Motors, 4th Energy Revolution.
  • Self-awareness of one’s contribution as a global citizen: getting the word out.Focusing on the positive. Build on strengths.Collaborate around structural impediments or to remove them. See through them.Question beliefs about how the world works.
  • Many, many, many influences and experiences informed this synthesis.
  • Connecting Personal Decision Making to Planetary Stewardship

    1. 1. Connecting Personal Decision Making to Planetary Stewardship PRINCIPLES AND PERSPECTIVESPREPARED BY DAWNA JONES
    2. 2. Revolutionary Action "We never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." – Bucky FullerConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    3. 3. The Imperative: Ecological-Socio/Economic CollapseConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    4. 4. Purpose & Intention  See invisible;  Perceive the whole;  Leveraging the unseen to accelerate effective systemic change. Visible; invisible. Top level; systemic/structuralConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    5. 5. Unavoidable Consequences Social Environmental: EconomicConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    6. 6. Radical Shift in World View-Evolution of Consciousness ―Without a global revolution in the sphere of human consciousness, nothing will change for the better…. And the catastrophe towards which this world is headed – the ecological, social, demographic, or general breakdown of civilization – will be unavoidable.‖ Vaclav Havel, Address to US Congress in 1991Connecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    7. 7. Revolutionary Action Business as Doing Things Usual DifferentlyConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    8. 8. From Disjointed to a Unifying Perspective azanski-NagrajeniPrispevek.pdfConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    9. 9. Systems Thinking-Indigenous PerspectiveEvolution of Human Consciousness (Dr. Carl Calleman) March 3,2011 Conscious Co-creation Jan.5, 1999 Ethics 1755 Power 3115 BC Law & Punishment 100,500 BC Reasoning 2,048,000 BC Similarity /Difference 40,998,000 BC Stimulus/Individual Response 819,998,000 BC Stimulus/response 16.4 billion yrs Action/Reaction ago www.calleman.comConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    10. 10. Evolutionary Arcs: Industrial to Present Separation to Interconnectivity-IntegrationConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    11. 11. Perspective: Planetary Evolutionary Pushes Complexity, Uncertainty, Ambiguity, Volatility Mature Complex EcosystemSingle celled , organisms, Foundation for LifeConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    12. 12. Perspective: Organizational/Business Signals to Replace Control with CooperationSignals in Business Signals in Governance Stress-related illness  Oppression not Failure to ‗execute‘ acceptable Conflict that divides  Social media forcing Low levels of radical-accountability engagement  Public expectations out High turnover in of sync with past GenXY practice. Ethical breachesConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    13. 13. Perspective: Personal Daily Pressure to EvolveConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    14. 14. Underlying Principles: Fractal Geometry Replicating Patterns-Self Similar Images Benoit Mandelbrot recognized that the geometry of nature revealed a similar pattern regardless of scale. .. A reiterated pattern of structures.Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    15. 15. Replicating Patterns-Self Similar Images ―In fractal geometry we find that the universe is actually built on self similar images meaning if you can understand one level of organization, say the level of atoms or molecules you can understand the next level: cells, people, organizations, civilization. Patterns express themselves through each of these different levels. ― -Dr. Bruce LiptonConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    16. 16. Implications: The Iceberg Effect 10% conscious; 90% subconscious Personal: Conscious mind directs life‘s results; Subconscious produces. Organizational: Conscious intention; subconscious beliefs. Evolution of consciousness applies to all.Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    17. 17. 2011-Principles of a Living System ―The power of the individual to self-organize as it strives to sustain itself; actualize its potential. Balancing principle of interdependence: life cycles, feedback loops. Diversity‖  Source: Profit for Life, Joseph BragdonConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    18. 18. Powered by Biophilia ―Innately (hereditary) emotional affiliation of human beings to other living organisms.‖ E.O. WilsonConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    19. 19. Nature‘s Evolutionary Process Non-linear Rapid/Radical Interconnected Always shifts to a higher order Uses crisis or disruptionConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    20. 20. Disruptive Innovation-NationalNature Re-building Community Prime Minister Naoto Kan:  eco-village. Take advantage of green technologies-biomass fueled district-heating systems.  Create a regional society-highly resilient to the impacts of natural disasters.  Creation of a social system : people live in harmony with the environment.  uilding-after-the-tsunami-eco- or-transition-towns/Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    21. 21. Increasing Number of Planetary DisruptionsConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    22. 22. Incoming In-formation from the Quantum Field  Lunar phases-solar flares and human activity: http://www.glcoherence. org/monitoring- system/ ml  http://journal.borderlan and-human-behavior/Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    23. 23. Consciously Responding to Uncertainty ―We actually contain a built-in ability to rise above restriction, incapacity, or limitation and, as a result of this ability, possess a vital adaptive spirit that we have not yet fully accessed… our longing for transcendence arises from our intuitive sensing of this adaptive potential and our violence arises from our failure to develop it.‖ Joseph Chilton PearceConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    24. 24. Perspective: Human Adaptive Ability to Transcend AdversityDenying expression of personalpower-creative ability Digging Deep to Access Deep KnowledgeConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    25. 25. Scientific Principle: Personal to Planetary Global Coherence Project and the Heart Math InstituteConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    26. 26. Resiliency in Humans – Immunity to Stress Belief in ―self-efficacy‖ — we are agents of change, earned through personal accomplishment in the face of a challenge.  Source: g/harvard/how-navy- seals-build-immunity-to- stress/11518?promo=713& tag=nl.e713Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    27. 27. Change Agents Participating at all Levels  Personal: Volunteer, Living life  Community  Small-medium business  Big business  Government  Institutional AgenciesConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    28. 28. Learning from Nature: Doing Things Its WayHumanity’s Way Nature’s Way Heat-Beat-Treat-Waste  E.g. Spider‘s silk: 6 kinds, room temp, 5 X Heavy reliance on stronger than petroleum resources steel, biodegradable. for fuel and food.  Waste is food. Diversity Waste ‗disposed‘ as creates resilience. waste. Alt: view as  Inter-connectivity creates resource. adaptability, efficiency, e Monoculture=low fficacy. resilience.  Advanced technology- highly adaptive.Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    29. 29. Nature‘s Principle-Interdependence―The success of the whole community depends on the success of its individual members, while the success of each member depends on the success of the community as a whole.‖ Source: Web of Life by Fritjof CapraConnecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    30. 30. Application: Business Leadership – Radical Transparency Living Asset Stewardship ―..firm operates as a living organism dedicated to value creation rather than a profit making machine.It‘s a biocentric world view where the firm sees itself as integral to the web of life not separate from the web or above it. ―  Interview with Jay Bragdon, January, 2009Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    31. 31. The Results? Businesses Committed to a Higher Level of Leadership ―In 2009, the Global LAMP Index, returned 44.56%, far surpassing returns on the S&P 500 (+26.46%) and the MSCI World Index (28.01%). Over the past decade the Global LAMP Index returned 98.03% while those other benchmarks lost money.‖ -Joseph Bragdon, author Profit for Life capitalism.aspConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    32. 32. Nature‘s Principles: Decentralized Manage by Means Frugality SW Networked Airlines OpenConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    33. 33. Application: Company Culture with-hope.aspConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    34. 34. Nature‘s Principles - Cyclical ―All organisms in an ecosystem produce waste but what is waste for one is food for another so that the ecosystem as a whole remains without waste.‖ Source: Web of Life by Fritjof CapraConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    35. 35. Application: Gain Efficiency ―Improving efficiency is primarily about cutting the quantity and intensity of energy , waste, and materials.‖ Walmart cut 5% of its packaging materials in its supply chains to gain savings of $3.4 B by 2013 - Embedded Sustainability: Laszlo//ZhexembayevaConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    36. 36. Nature‘s Principle-NetworksConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    37. 37. Application: Networks of High Performance Social biology research in Hewlett Packard: http://www.managemen t- dcast/how-to-deliver- phenomenal-results.asp Non-profit example: personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    38. 38. Complex Flow Networks Your Body’s ImmuneInternet Money SystemConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    39. 39. Emerging Properties from CFN (Lietaer)  Structural Variables • Diversity Efficacy: • Interconnectivity (capacity to process volume) • Diversity Resilience: • Interconnectivity (Adaptive ability)Connecting personal decisions to planetarystewardship.
    40. 40. Application: Stabilizing the Monetary SystemCurrent system based on 17th Century assumptions. Assumptions we can change.Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    41. 41. Disruptions in the Monetary System – B. Lietaer 145 banking crashes since 1970 208 monetary crashes 72 debt crashes. Structural issue: MonocultureConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    42. 42. Building Resilience: Complementary Currencies Diversity-Flow-Interconnectivity C3 to National CurrencyWIR: Switzerland-1934 with 16Now 65000 small-medium biz in www.lietaer.comnetworkConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    43. 43. State of the Nations: Resilience through Complementary Currencies 6000 5000 Argentina Elsewhere Japan 4000 Other Europe Italy Germany + 3000 Austria Other Europe France Benelux Germany + 2000 UK Austria Benelux Australia New Zealand UK 1000 USA + Canada USA + Canada 0 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Graph used with permission of Bernard LietaerConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    44. 44. How Every One Can Help – Awareness, Knowledge, Action Personal Small –Med Government Biz Medium to Volunteer Big BizConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    45. 45. Personal-Inner Work Align thinking with feelings & action. Regulate emotions Act on inspiration Raise consciousness Self-actualization Follow the Joy Maintain balance Use adversity for growth; expansionConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    46. 46. Personal-Outer Grow own food Participate Cut consumption Support diversity Cross-generation collaboration Eat lower on the food chain Fairmont Hotel Vancouver saves an estimated $10,000 per year by growing herbs on its roof.Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    47. 47. Organizational • 7 Levels Value • Networks Creation -Business Sustainability Drives Strategy Value Creation B 2 B Currency Raise consciousness of leaders: existing and emerging Social Innovation- Self-Actualized Environmental Leaders Stewardship • Societal & • Whole Scale Community Redesign-Shift Initiatives Consciousness Transparent supply chainsConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    48. 48. Inspired Innovation-Leveraging Partnerships A soccer ball that stores and generates power. North- South The Power of Ecopreneurism: Entrepreneurial/Consumer preneurism.asp Unilever: Cleaning up the Brantas River with Partners- Corporate/Community http://www.unilever- development/cleaning-up-the-brantas-river.aspxConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    49. 49. Societal Power-Collective Consciousness Sectoral Non-profit Societal - Citizen lead Action Cooperation Government Estimated # of voluntary social-non-profit orgs dedicated to societal/environmental action=1 million (Laszlo)Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    50. 50. Nations – 7th Level of Consciousness ―Work with other nations to build regional and global alliances that support humanity and the planet by focusing on human rights, social justice, future generations, the global environment and the Earth‘s ecology. ― Build constructive relationships that support sustainable objectives. Source: Richard Barrett-7 Levels of Consciousness www.ValueCentre.comConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    51. 51. Goal: Eliminate the Gap between Rich & Poor Wealth-Abundance for All Profit as the Sole AspirationConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    52. 52. Water, Energy, Food, Diversity: 10 Rules of Complex Mature Systems  Use waste as a resource: Novo Nordisk, Canon, BMW,  Diversify and cooperate to fully use the habitat  Gather and use energy efficiently: Energy 4th Revolution  Optimize rather than maximize  Use materials sparingly  Dont foul their nests: Waste management  Dont draw down on resources: Alternative fuel-food prod  Remain in balance with the biosphere: support biodiversity  Run on information: Stay open to changing conditions  Shop locally. Source: (Janine Benyus-Biomimicry)Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    53. 53. Biomimicry: What would Nature do? Purifying Waste Water, Efficient buildings, Stewarding Oceans Energy Alternatives: How do leaves generate power? Food: Agriculture: from mono to diversity. Manufacturing systems: Mimic nature‘s technology. Community: cooperation & collaboration. Frugality-Respect for Resources. Restoration-Remediation Flow of services (P.Hawkens)Connecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    54. 54. The Bridge from Here to a New World ―The task of leadership is to create an alignment of strengths in ways that make the system‘s weaknesses irrelevant.‖ – Peter Drucker Global Leadership=Rapid, gentl er, peaceful transformationConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    55. 55. The Vision Our task must be to free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty. – EinsteinConnecting personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    56. 56. Credit to: Dr. Bruce Lipton: Dr. Rollin McCraty: Joseph (Jay) Bragdon: Chris Laszlo: Bernard Lietaer: Richard Barrett: Anne Murray Allen-Dennis Sandow-Nick Zeniuk Dr. Carl Calleman: And many others on http://Management- personal decisions to planetary stewardship.
    57. 57. From Insight to Action …. ©2011 Dawna Jones: Change Maker (Biz-Personal) Expert With gratitude to the Linkedin Systems Thinking Group for inspiration/instigation Contact re: speaking, workshops or collaborating. personal decisions to planetary stewardship.