The History of Regeneration
Learn the origins of “regeneration” and how this year’s theme is both the inspiration and aspiration for SB’21 San Diego. Why regeneration? What does it mean and why does it matter? In this half hour webinar, you will learn the history of regeneration and why organizations should understand and adopt it as a guiding principle to ensure the best outcomes for themselves, society, and the planet. See regeneration in action at SB’21 San Diego, where brands will showcase how they are moving past “doing less harm” to developing regenerative business models that restore, renew, and heal, leaving nature and society better off and more resilient than we found them.
Join Carol Sanford, noted Speaker, Author, Podcaster, and Executive Producer at the Regenerative Business Summit, as she walks through the origins of regeneration. In this free webinar, Sanford will explain how to set aside preconceived notions about regeneration to grasp the deeper implications, enabling us to stop renaming, rationalizing, and holding ourselves back from making optimal decisions. Carol will be joining Sustainable Brands CEO KoAnn Skrzyniarz on the main-stage at the Opening Night plenary at SB’21.
- An understanding of regeneration’s roots in global history
- What a holistic Living Systems Paradigm offers and requires as compared to other conceptual approaches, such as sustainability, circularity, resilience, biomimicry, and others
- How intellectual integrity and discipline can combat greenwashing risk
- How to build the courage to question
Webinar: The History of Regeneration
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
09:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET
Executive Producer at the 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. For four decades, Carol has worked with great leaders of successful businesses such as Google, DuPont, Intel, P&G, and Seventh Generation, educating them to develop their people and ensure a continuous stream of innovation that continually deliver extraordinary results.