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The topic of the 2017 AACSB Deans Conference was “Connecting Leaders. Cultivating Change”. On 5 February 2017, the GRLI facilitated the Responsible Management Education (RME) affinity group meeting which took the form of a “collaboratory” workshop entitled “Deans as Agents of Change”. The workshop held in New Orleans, LA, USA attracted around forty participants from…

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All Gathering Momentum – The GRLI concludes a successful AGM in Ireland   The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative held its annual All Gathering Momentum (AGM) at the Kemmy Business School in Limerick, Ireland on 16 to 21 October this year. The AGM brought together 66 friends, partners and colleagues of the GRLI for a packed…

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The advancement of globally responsible leadership, practice, and responsible management education is set to benefit greatly from the creation of a world-class project incubator and collaborative laboratory by the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) Foundation—jointly implemented by the GRLI and UN Global Compact’s PRME initiative—in strategic partnership with AACSB International, EFMD, and the United Nations…

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[/column_1] [/column_1] Mary Godfrey and Robert Widing will join the GRLI as board members from June 2017 in the important role of Partners’ Representatives. The two board members-elect will represent the GRLI’s partners – which consist of more than 50 companies, learning organisations and global organisations – on the movement’s board. They will also work…

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On 17th June, the GRLI hosted the second vCollab (virtual collaboratory) based on the 50+20 Collaboratory Approach. GRLI has developed the vCollab format to prototype virtual spaces as a warm and participative forum to explore complex issues in transformative education. It has been designed to support active listening and full participation both in small groups and whole group format….

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The world’s first online test of sustainability literacy, Sulitest.org, was launched at the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) in Nairobi, Kenya on May 26. Sulitest.org, a tangible implementation of HESI, aims to create and nurture an awareness of both global and local sustainability challenges. The test was launched in presence of H.E. Oyun Sanjaasuren, environment…

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From 13th to 15th April 2016, Claire Maxwell – GRLI’s Guardian Group Chair, represented the GRLI at the Power “Housing Exchange, Collaborating for a better housing future” event in Rydges, Melbourne, Australia. As part of the International Perspectives session at a Housing Association event, the GRLI raised awareness and the sense of urgency for responsible…

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On 13th April 2016, GLRI hosted its first ever virtual collaboratory meeting based on the 50+20 Collaboratory Approach. The theme of the vCollab was “Defining responsible leadership”. It was attended by more than 25 partners, associates and guests who dialled in for 2.5 hrs of enriching and insightful discussion. Responsible Leadership has become more prevalent but the consistent understanding of…

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During its centenary year our strategic partner, AACSB International, took on a new charge to address the evolving expectations of management education and the emerging opportunities for business schools, working alongside students and business practitioners to forge a new path. AACSB’s recently launched report “A Collective Vision for Business Education”, strongly echoes the key roles identified by the 50+20…

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In the run-up to the 2016 EFMD Conference for Deans & Directors General in Budapest, Hungary, Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) joined forces with the Business Schools for Impact of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)  and Global Business School Network (GBSN) and hosted a Global Responsibility Breakfast.  “The future success and relevance of business schools…

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