Leadership approaches to wicked problems and sustainability with Dr. R. Bruce Hull
Dr. R. Bruce Hull is my guest on Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley.
Bruce writes and speaks about organizations, communities, and leaders constructing sustainable development in the face of converging demographic, environmental, governance, and market transformations. He is most excited when learning and sharing lessons about innovative leaders who are forging collaborations among government, business, and civil society. He is a Senior Fellow in the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability.
Senior Fellow, Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability
Professor, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation
President of Board of Directors, Climate Solutions University
Advisory Committee, Center for Communicating Science
Curriculum Committee Chair, Interfaces for Global Change Interdisciplinary Graduate Education Program
Leadership for Sustainability: Strategies for Tackling Wicked Problems Nov. 2020 Island Press. Leadership for Sustainability gives readers perspective and skills for promoting creative and collaborative solutions. Blending systems thinking approaches with leadership techniques, it offers dozens of strategies and specific practices that build on the foundation of three main skills: connecting, collaborating, and adapting. Inspiring case studies show how the book’s strategies and principles can be applied to diverse situations. Readers will come away with a holistic understanding of how to lead from where they are by applying leadership principles and practices to a wide range of wicked situations. While the challenges we face are daunting, the authors argue that these situations present opportunities for creating a more just, healthy, and prosperous world.