Defining Globally Responsible Leadership
Globally responsible leadership is the global exercise of ethical, values-based leadership in the pursuit of economic and societal progress and sustainable development. It is based on a fundamental recognition of the interconnectedness of the world.
The Three Laws of Globally Responsible Leadership
The natural system is not a stakeholder in our businesses; it is the ultimate foundation of the rules.
Everything, everywhere is linked in a single system, therefore, every action must be considered in the context of its effect on the whole system.
Globally responsible leaders must become engaged in solving the dilemmas that confront us as a consequence of the first two laws.
See more on globally responsible leadership
- “Responsible Leadership Emerging Individual. Organizational, and Collective Frontiers” – principal author: Philip H. Mirvis (Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship)