The next era of enterprise
Hosted by Barry Holmes, founder of Zoom Creates and Sarah Matthew, award-winning entrepreneur, investor and business mentor, ‘The Next Era of Enterprise’ is an open-minded and open-hearted exploration of how business can, should and will transform. The context for all businesses has been changing at a rapid and accelerating pace in every way.
We were already seeing that profit can no longer be separated from purpose, the environment, society and equality and the current situation we are all in has only served to amplify and accentuate these emerging truths. Never has the need to connect, to create, to collaborate and to contribute in new, truly meaningful, genuinely valuable and sustainable ways, been greater.
Join us for a weekly conversation with expert opinion leaders from around the world in which we explore, debate and discuss what this new world of enterprise might look like for all of us.
Be part of the dialogue in between and after our events in the The New Era of Enterprise – LinkedIn group: The Next Era of Enterprise Group. To watch back past events, find the recordings below.
With International Women’s day putting gender equality back on the global agenda the context for all businesses is changing at a rapid pace and on all fronts. Profit can no longer be separated from purpose, the environment, society and equality. We are experiencing a redefining of what it means to be an entrepreneur, male or female, and the subsequent shift in the dynamics between masculine and feminine energy in the world of work. This webinar explored equity, leadership, capitalism and wellbeing.
In this moment of global pause, upheaval and uncertainty, many are asking not only “how are we going to make it through,” but “how can we use this time to prepare the ground for something better to emerge?” Author, facilitator and consultant Michelle Holliday proposes that we need an expanded story to be able to see what else is possible beyond our current habits of thought and action. During this interactive webinar, Michelle outlined the shift we’re living through, from a mechanistic paradigm to one based on life and living systems. On this foundation, she offered insights into how we can shape our organisations as practice grounds for an economic system that is more resilient, caring and aligned with the needs and limits of the biosphere. This webinar challenged assumptions, offered inspiration and provide clarity during tumultuous times.
In 2004 Robin was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. He was paralysed from the neck down and spent the next 10 months overcoming his own personal lock in, both physically and mentally. At this time of global transformation and enforced isolation, Robin shared his own incredible story about coping strategies, dealing with perceived and real limitations, and how he used humour to get him through his incredible and very personal experience.
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