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Throwback: Business can save the world

by Shannon Houde

People are business and people are what can and should ‘save the world’. That was my message at the Cambridge International Development Conference where we discussed the ethics of international development and business.

In my speech on responsible business I put forward the five key skills that champions for sustainable development will need to be the change:

  • People skills outside of silos
  • Change leadership
  • Systems thinking
  • Partnership building
  • Innovation

Watch my video below and let me know if you agree.

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