Bob Doppelt is director of Resource Innovations and The Climate Leadership Initiative in the Institute for a Sustainable Environment, and Adjunct associate professor in the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management at the University of Oregon, US. His background and expertise is in systems dynamics and change for sustainability. He is the author of Leading Change toward Sustainability: A Change Management Guide for Business, Government and Civil Society (Greenleaf Publishing).
The Power of Sustainable Thinking: "How to Create a Positive Future for the Climate, the Planet, Your Organization and Your Life"by Bob Doppelt
The future will be powered by sustainable thinking in business, organizations, governments and everyday life. This revolutionary book tackles climate change, sustainability and life success by starting with your mind. It provides proven ?staged-based? methods for transforming thinking and behaviour, beginning first with the reader's own cognitive patterns, then moving to how individuals can motivate other people to change, and finally to how teams and organizations can be motivated to change.
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