Why tracking decisions matters both for health and climate  

Much can be said about our individual decisions, and the way we make them. The world is full of advice on this: countless books, webinars, podcasts, online courses and workshops on how you can learn to make better decisions. When it comes to climate related decision-making, some have argued that framing climate change about individual… Continue reading Why tracking decisions matters both for health and climate  

What good leadership really looks like

As the year 2018 is drawing to a close, it’s an excellent time to reflect on what has been going on in the world, and specifically in the climate change space. 2018 has seen both leadership that is frankly just bad but also positive that has been inspiring.   The good and the bad A… Continue reading What good leadership really looks like

Re-defining climate leadership

One person that has not escaped the public eye during, before, and after the COP24 has been Greta Thunberg. The 15-year-old Swedish climate activist has popularised the notion of “school strike for climate” and has been sitting on the Swedish parliamentary steps every Friday. She’s just done a TED talk on her thoughts on what… Continue reading Re-defining climate leadership

Random acts of initiatives: how to grasp an opportunity

I listened recently to Ryan Hawk’s Learning Leader podcast episode with Seth Godin who is, as anyone in the branding industry knows, an absolute guru when it comes to branding and marketing. The two discussed the concept of random act of initiative where you see an opportunity, grasp it and see what happens. This is… Continue reading Random acts of initiatives: how to grasp an opportunity

How to always make good decisions

This week a friend of mine posted a question in Facebook about decisions: what do you do when you are faced with a decision, how do you know you pick the "right" fork in the road? It was somewhat amusing to read the advice and answers (my own included) about how we know we have… Continue reading How to always make good decisions