Those who are looking for a meaning in their actions and are keen on working on their own, positive impact on society and our world, will find an unbelievably pragmatic and authentic role model in Perrine Schober, foundress and CEO of Shades Tours. In our Leadership Impact Talk Perrine talks about the influence of new generations on the purpose of organizations, the responsibility in each one of us, her approach to pity and drawing lines as well as her very personal style of leadership.
Leaders have an extraordinary impact on their organizations, stakeholder and environment. This impact leads to one of the most important tasks for leaders: Empowering the people arround themselves so that they can also have a positive impact and build something great together with their leader. Therefore, leaders need to be able to create and systems, processes and corporate cutures that enable such an empowerment and with it sustainable, long-lasting successes.
In the following article, Tina Deutsch, Co-foundress and Managing Partner at Haufe Advisory, is going to explain how you as a leader can use your leadership impact to create environments that boost the ideas of your employees and ensure your long-lasting strategic success.
As the 16-year-old Boyan Slat was diving in Greece in 2011, he discovered more waste than fish. And soon decided to start the Ocean Cleanup project. In the last few years thousands of people joined to support his initiative with providing money, technical solutions, promotion and so on. Although the first bigger cleaning attempt in California did not yet bring the wished results, the motivation of now company leader Boyan Slat stays unbroken and they go on improving their ideas and following their mission-of-heart to free our oceans from plastic waste