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Nov
2015

Sustainable Business Fridays: Leading from Your Legacy, Your Personal and Collective Vision for World Healing

On November 6th, Bard MBA in Sustainability spoke with Lev Natan, Sacred Business Coach, The Medicine Tree about leading from your legacy.

What does it mean to have a legacy? How do we consciously create a legacy and walk it out into the world? Why is it so important to be thinking in terms of legacy at this time in our world, and how does it relate to business, leadership, and sustainability? 

Lev Natan is certified both as an Empowerment Life Coach and Integrative Sound and Music Practitioner, and works with change-makers, pioneers, innovators, natural leaders and trailblazers who are devoted to growing the emerging culture through a sustainable livelihood, and are striving to ground their visionary ideas into practical plans that embody the essence of their purpose. As a Sacred Business Coach, he works with entrepreneurs & solo practitioners on heart-centered visioning, action plans, messaging & program development; business-owners & their teams on leadership, collective vision planning, and creating an inspiring work culture; organizational & corporate professionals on infusing their work with their calling or making the transition to their life’s work full-time; and retired professionals on creating a legacy of contribution to the future.

Join the Bard MBA in Sustainability program for our twice-monthly dial-in podcast series over your lunchtime featuring sustainability leaders from the New York City area and across the planet.

Sustainable Business Fridays convenes every first and fourth Friday of the month during the semester, with special guests selected by students in the Bard MBA in Sustainability program. 

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Nov
2015

Sustainable Business Fridays: Changing Tastes - Sustainability in Food Systems with Arlin Wasserman

On October 30th, Bard MBA in Sustainability spoke with Arlin Wasserman, founder of Changing Tastes on sustainability in food systems.

Changing Tastes is a consultancy that helps it clients find opportunity and realize value at the intersection of the five major drivers of change in our food system: sustainability, public health, information technology, demographics and the changing role of the culinary professional. The firm’s insights are the basis for the strategy, innovation, sustainability and performance management services it provides to Fortune 500 and growth stage food companies, public and private investors, and nongovernmental organizations.

Arlin also is chair of the Sustainable Business Leadership Council for Menus of Change, a joint initiative of the Culinary Institute of America and the Harvard School of Public Health and a fellow at the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability at the Virginia Polytechnic University.

Join the Bard MBA in Sustainability program for our twice-monthly dial-in podcast series over your lunchtime featuring sustainability leaders from the New York City area and across the planet.

Sustainable Business Fridays convenes every first and fourth Friday of the month during the semester, with special guests selected by students in the Bard MBA in Sustainability program. 

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