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A new psychology for sustainability leadership : the hidden power of ecological worldviews, Steve Schein

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A new psychology for sustainability leadership : the hidden power of ecological worldviews
Title
A new psychology for sustainability leadership
Title remainder
the hidden power of ecological worldviews
Statement of responsibility
Steve Schein
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Author
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Cataloging source
AU@
Dewey number
658.4083
Index
no index present
LC call number
HC79.E5
LC item number
S34 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
A new psychology for sustainability leadership : the hidden power of ecological worldviews, Steve Schein
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 200-208)
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Introduction -- 1.Ecologically awake -- 1.1.A higher purpose for business -- 1.2.Sustainability curriculum 1.0 -- 2.The limits of "sustainability" -- 2.1.Running into resistance -- 2.2.The psychological roots -- pt. 2 Exploring the corporate eco-psyche -- 3.Perspectives on ecological worldviews -- 3.1.Through the lens of social psychology -- 3.2.Through the lens of developmental psychology -- 3.3.Through the lens of integral ecology -- 3.4.Ecological worldviews -- 3.4.1.Deep ecology -- 3.4.2.Eco-psychology -- 34.3.Environmental sociology and a new ecological paradigm -- 3.4.4.Ecological economics -- 3.4.5.Indigenous worldview -- 3.5.Ecological worldviews: a missing perspective for sustainability leadership -- 4.Life experiences that shape ecological worldviews -- 4.1.Family of origin and early childhood experiences in nature -- 4.2.Environmental education and memorable teachers and mentors --
  • Note continued: 4.3.Seeing poverty and environmental degradation in developing countries -- 4.4.Perceiving capitalism as a vehicle for environmental or social activism -- 4.5.A sense of spirituality and service -- 4.6.Initial reflections -- 5.Anthropocentric blindness -- 5.1.The pervasiveness of anthropocentric worldviews -- 5.2.Ecocentric worldviews -- 6.The ecological self -- 6.1.Deep ecology -- 6.2.Eco-psychology -- 6.3.Integral ecology -- 6.4.Research about the ecological self in the corporate world... -- 7.Expressions of ecocentricism and ecological self in the corporate world -- 7.1.An awareness of ecological embeddedness -- 7.2.An awareness of the vulnerability of planetary ecosystems -- 7.3.A belief in the intrinsic value of nature -- 7.4.Enhanced systems consciousness -- 7.5.Earth-centric circles of identity and care -- 7.6.Initial conclusions -- pt. 3 How sustainability leaders think -- 8.Interior dimensions of leadership -- 8.1.Servant leadership --
  • Note continued: 8.2.Emotional intelligence -- 8.3.Systems thinking -- 8.4.Is sustainability driving human development? -- 9.Human development -- 9.1.Post-conventional worldviews -- 9.2.Action logics -- 9.3.Ecological crisis and longer life-spans driving human development -- 9.4.Emerging research into the psychology of sustainability leadership -- 10.Expressions of post-conventional worldviews -- 10.1.A greater awareness of context and diversity of worldviews -- 10.2.Holding longer historical and future time-horizons -- 10.3.The self in the system -- 10.4.A widening circle of identity and care -- 10.5.A consistent capacity for inquiry -- pt. 4 The future of sustainability leadership -- 11.The collaborator-in-chief (with an ecological worldview) -- 12.Cultivating a new psychology for sustainability leadership -- 12.1.Integrate eco-social sciences in the business curriculum -- 12.2.Reflective journaling and eco-biography exercises --
  • Note continued: 12.3.New developmental assessments for ecological worldviews -- 12.4.Corporate workshops to support the ecological self -- 12.5.Greater developmental focus on corporate sustainability leaders -- 12.6.Integrate developmental psychology in the sustainability curriculum -- 12.7.Narrowing the gap between thought and action -- 12.8.Future research questions -- 13.Multinational executives as human trim tabs
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxiv, 210 pages
Isbn
9781783531905
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn921935278
  • UtOrBLW
Label
A new psychology for sustainability leadership : the hidden power of ecological worldviews, Steve Schein
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 200-208)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Introduction -- 1.Ecologically awake -- 1.1.A higher purpose for business -- 1.2.Sustainability curriculum 1.0 -- 2.The limits of "sustainability" -- 2.1.Running into resistance -- 2.2.The psychological roots -- pt. 2 Exploring the corporate eco-psyche -- 3.Perspectives on ecological worldviews -- 3.1.Through the lens of social psychology -- 3.2.Through the lens of developmental psychology -- 3.3.Through the lens of integral ecology -- 3.4.Ecological worldviews -- 3.4.1.Deep ecology -- 3.4.2.Eco-psychology -- 34.3.Environmental sociology and a new ecological paradigm -- 3.4.4.Ecological economics -- 3.4.5.Indigenous worldview -- 3.5.Ecological worldviews: a missing perspective for sustainability leadership -- 4.Life experiences that shape ecological worldviews -- 4.1.Family of origin and early childhood experiences in nature -- 4.2.Environmental education and memorable teachers and mentors --
  • Note continued: 4.3.Seeing poverty and environmental degradation in developing countries -- 4.4.Perceiving capitalism as a vehicle for environmental or social activism -- 4.5.A sense of spirituality and service -- 4.6.Initial reflections -- 5.Anthropocentric blindness -- 5.1.The pervasiveness of anthropocentric worldviews -- 5.2.Ecocentric worldviews -- 6.The ecological self -- 6.1.Deep ecology -- 6.2.Eco-psychology -- 6.3.Integral ecology -- 6.4.Research about the ecological self in the corporate world... -- 7.Expressions of ecocentricism and ecological self in the corporate world -- 7.1.An awareness of ecological embeddedness -- 7.2.An awareness of the vulnerability of planetary ecosystems -- 7.3.A belief in the intrinsic value of nature -- 7.4.Enhanced systems consciousness -- 7.5.Earth-centric circles of identity and care -- 7.6.Initial conclusions -- pt. 3 How sustainability leaders think -- 8.Interior dimensions of leadership -- 8.1.Servant leadership --
  • Note continued: 8.2.Emotional intelligence -- 8.3.Systems thinking -- 8.4.Is sustainability driving human development? -- 9.Human development -- 9.1.Post-conventional worldviews -- 9.2.Action logics -- 9.3.Ecological crisis and longer life-spans driving human development -- 9.4.Emerging research into the psychology of sustainability leadership -- 10.Expressions of post-conventional worldviews -- 10.1.A greater awareness of context and diversity of worldviews -- 10.2.Holding longer historical and future time-horizons -- 10.3.The self in the system -- 10.4.A widening circle of identity and care -- 10.5.A consistent capacity for inquiry -- pt. 4 The future of sustainability leadership -- 11.The collaborator-in-chief (with an ecological worldview) -- 12.Cultivating a new psychology for sustainability leadership -- 12.1.Integrate eco-social sciences in the business curriculum -- 12.2.Reflective journaling and eco-biography exercises --
  • Note continued: 12.3.New developmental assessments for ecological worldviews -- 12.4.Corporate workshops to support the ecological self -- 12.5.Greater developmental focus on corporate sustainability leaders -- 12.6.Integrate developmental psychology in the sustainability curriculum -- 12.7.Narrowing the gap between thought and action -- 12.8.Future research questions -- 13.Multinational executives as human trim tabs
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxiv, 210 pages
Isbn
9781783531905
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn921935278
  • UtOrBLW

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