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Together with its own range of publications, ebbf offers you the possibility to have your own (ebbf-relevant) book to be featured on ebbf’s recommended publications page.
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Equality for women = Prosperity for all
A very timely book that hashtag#ebbfmember Augusto Lopez-Claros co-wrote with Bahiyyih Nakhjavani recently featured on Stanford Social Innovation Review :
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You can also read on Stanford’s Social Innovation Review, the article mentioning this book:
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If you are interested in attending this 29th ebbf annual international learning event, and addressing this year’s theme “rethinking materialism” with a global, diverse group of participants, then you have just until the 16th of October to purchase a special pre-early bird rate.
We are also very interested to create the kind of program that would help you most to bring those conversations and actions into your office:
What are the topics and dynamics that you would find most useful at this event?
You can read the letter that ebbf’s chair Wendi Momen has just sent out on behalf of the ebbf board to explain the reasoning behind ebbf board’s decision to hold a smaller more experimental retreat instead of the usual autumn ebbf international event that many have come to expect.
Bottom line? It is to help ebbf continue to experiment and pioneer better ways of accompanying you, ethical people building the future.
What stood out for you whilst doing the #discoveringhow ebbf podcast? Bahai Blog interviews Jean Parker, the creator of the series
#ebbfmember Jean Parker, editor and creator of ebbf’s #discoveringhow podcast was interviewed by Baha’i Blog answering questions like:
Baha’i Blog: Is there anything that you’ve found really interesting, or that has stood out to you so far while working on these podcasts?
“The commitment of many people to act on their values yet still achieve success, even if it takes a long time. Also, the risks people are willing to take in order to try something new, and to leave the world a better place than it was when they found it.”
Baha’i Blog: What do you hope listeners will take away with them?
“Hope. The negative elements of the world are unnaturally amplified in all aspects of social interaction. At some point we have to turn our attention to creating solutions. In the current configuration, business holds many of the resources to make that happen. So I want listeners to know that there are people, some of them highly placed, who are innovating everything from how people collaborate, finding nobility in business and how corporations can be structured with fairness to all stakeholders. Naturally, the spiritual aspects of work and business are prominent in the interviews, and I always learn so much about how to integrate spiritual belief into our professional lives. When I reflect on our episodes, it’s like the first glimpse of Baha’u’llah’s vision of human prosperity.”
When the title of a local ebbf breakfast event is “How can we make a social impact? Creating collective prosperity” you can be certain of meaningful insights leading to action.
You can read here how one participant lived the experience, inspired by the opening keynote by #ebbfmember Oscar Mendez Rosa
Want to create your local ebbf breakfast event?
Few ideas from past ebbf events here: http://ebbf.org/event/