Recent news of the record donations towards the Notre Dame rebuilding have re-opened the conversation about how materialism should serve the community. Clearly ebbf’s RethinkMaterialism annual conference addresses a very timely theme;
we aim to avoid superficial conclusions and instead go deep into exploring the underlying assumptions that are sustaining old materialistic approaches.
LESS THAN A MONTH TO GO:
Invite your colleagues and friends to explore with people who have registered literally from all over the world, to rethink meaningfully and then find applications in our workplaces of a new, better, way to balance material and spiritual to build the future of business and of society.
What happens when you wish to transform a company, your company, from a purely commercial to an innovative manager-less entity, that aims for a balance between necessary material needs and spiritual principles and aims?
We interacted with #RethinkMaterialism presenters José Soto and Carlos Cordoba and you can now understand more about their process in this video summary of a recent ebbf online pre-annual conference learning experience.
What did they struggle with? What were some of their key learnings? How did they successfully manage the transition creating a manager-less company?
8th APRIL: INTERACT IN NEXT ONLINE LEARNING EVENT WITH CONFERENCE SPEAKER MARY DARLING:
BEST OF ALL: COME AND INTERACT IN GENEVA
with José , Carlos and other like-minded people from around the world coming to explore how to Rethink Materialism and build the future
Moneshia Zu Eitz will be one of the over 20 presenters who will help us to Rethink Materialism at ebbf’s next annual conference .
You can join her and the global group of people building the future who will be in Geneva or start to read more about her ideas on how we can create new systemic change through news ways of collective actions.
Below the link to her article, perhaps you can share it in your workplace and get new conversations started?