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Webinar Series:
How to Test Your Endeavors, Missions, and Visions with The 7 First Principles of Regeneration

In part two of her series on Regeneration, Carol Sanford will challenge us to question organizations on their sustainability and regeneration records. With the best of intentions, companies claim they are doing good work, but are they? In the context of older paradigms their claims may not fit the scope and scale of today’s vision for regeneration. Instead, Sanford will introduce us to The 7 First Principles of Regeneration and how they enable us to achieve the regeneration we need now.

Join Carol Sanford, noted Speaker, Author, Podcaster, and Executive Producer at the Regenerative Business Summit. Carol will be joined at the end of her talk by Ethan Soloviev and Arthur Gillett of HowGood, a research company housing the world’s largest product sustainability database. You can catch more of Carol and Ethan when they speak at SB’21 San Diego, October 18-21.

Key Takeaways:

  • The four governing paradigms of modern living and how they influence us
  • How to question and reflect on our good intentions in the context of older, limiting paradigms
  • How to correct and align your efforts using The 7 First Principles of Regeneration

Webinar: The 7 First Principles of Regeneration​​​
Monday, September 13, 2021
09:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET

Carol Sanford
Executive Producer
Regenerative Business Summit

Carol Sanford is a consistently recognized thought leader working side by side with Fortune 500 and new economy executives in designing and leading systemic business change and design. Through her university and in-house educational offerings, global speaking platforms, multi-award-winning books, and human development work, Carol works with executive leaders who see the possibility to change the nature of work through developing people and work systems that ignite motivation everywhere. 

Ethan Soloviev, Chief Innovation Officer at HowGood
Ethan Soloviev
Chief Innovation Officer
HowGood

Ethan Soloviev is a farmer in upstate New York and the Chief Innovation Officer at HowGood.com, where he develops metrics for Fortune 100 retail and CPG companies that cut through inefficiency and radically transform business decision-making towards sustainability. Ethan is the author of Regenerative Agriculture, Regenerative Enterprise, and the monthly Regeneration Newsroom.

Arthur Gillett
Chief Research Officer
HowGood

As Chief Research Officer at HowGood, Arthur Gillett manages the design and implementation of their research application. This includes the coordination of clients, developers and researchers in creating a comprehensive application that allows efficient and accurate measurement of the sustainability of millions of food products globally.

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