Globalisation enables us to perceive ourselves not at the center of our world. We are inherently part of a far larger system where we can feel insignificant, as we face the enormity of the tasks ahead of us. This book is written for those individuals who wish to rise to the challenge of doing things on a larger scale, with a broader palette and extend their influence beyond their immediate environment. This book is full of models, strategies and challenges that will assist you to shift your focus to the wider issues that we all face together on this planet. Global stewardship requires that we guide, facilitate and ultimately generate choices for greater sustainability. If each of us could give 5 per cent more of our business focus and energy to the larger picture, we could go a long way to raising consciousness and impacting on our world in a useful way. Gary Yardley lives on the edge of the world in Tasmania, Australia. His location provides him with the contrast required to engage large businesses with a solid sense of sustainable practice and principles.
For the past 25 years he has continually challenged executives and CEOs to think and deliver more deeply on the promise of their ideals. His passion is potential, and making abstracts tangible and useful for others to build upon. Jan Kelly is a Psychologist. She works with individuals and companies, refining strategies and communication skills, to create dynamic, cohesive teams and thriving corporate cultures. Her passion is building functional capability by tackling the issues and obstacles that thwart individual development and business growth. Jan translates today's world's best business practice into tangible stepping stones for others to achieve.