With SDG – the whole world has common goals that will change the way we do business

VL-Groups - Professional Leaders network requests Lene Gammelgaard to talk on SDG as the business of the future

We  invited Lene Gammelgaard to Kick-start our focus on the UN’s global goals in our business network VL109.

I received a very positive feed back on Lene’s presentation.
Here are some mobilizing take-aways:

It was incredibly inspiring to hear Lene’s use of the UN’s 17 World Goals, also known as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

SDG is going to change the world.

We have entered an era where decency is rewarded and it is good business to behave decently.

You have to realize that it can get tough and you must endure trials to reach your goals.
A mobilizing example of DECENCY LEADERSHIP is Nelson Mandela.
It is thought-provoking what he had to go through, he spent 30 years in prison before he could reach his goal. Nelson Mandela was a decent person and was celebrated by the world leaders at his funeral, precisely because of his decent fight.

The changes start in the brain with visions for the future – but must be implemented all the way. Meetings and making slides is not enough.

People all over the world demand goods and services from companies they respect and which behave properly.

With SDG, the whole world has common goals that will change the way we do business.

THANKS. It was good to see you and that you could attend our meeting.
Jens Taarnskov 

Lene Gammelgaard

Lene Gammelgaard short bio: International keynote speaker & bestselling author. Female. Knows how to inspire as well as mobilize people to innovate immediate action. Lene has combined her intellectual capacity with her hard won experiences from high altitude mountaineering into mental strategies backed by leading neuro science. Lene comes from a background in extreme sports and became the 1. Scandinavian woman to summit Mount Everest May 10 1996. Lene has a law degree, is a journalist as well as psychotherapist. Speaks English, German and Danish on conference level.

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