April 27, 2023 Updated: June 26, 2023
Work has the capacity to change the world for the better. Those in work and their organizations can have profound impacts on the way we live collectively. So, what can we learn from the pioneering social and ecological change agents who considered this from the very beginning of their organizations?
In this episode of DWG’s exciting new series, Rewilding Work with Paul Miller, DWG’s Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Paul Miller, talks with Jesper Ambrosius, Director, Head of Environment Excellence at Grundfos. Founded in Denmark in 1945, this world-leading global water pump company supports the belief that every drop of water contains infinite possibilities.
Driving your company’s purpose beyond your boundaries, measuring sustainability, and the challenges faced if this isn’t in your organization’s DNA all come under the microscope. And, hearing this, how can others adopt an ecological approach?
“What I’m seeing is actually so many people reaching out to me in going first with all kinds of initiatives, ideas, projects, everything happening – so not in silos, but basically because people are so passionate about this, they want real change.”
Jesper Ambrosius, Director, Head of Environmental Excellence at Grundfos
Paul is joined by industry experts Henning Dräger, Senior Global Sustainability Director, BDO International, and Alessia Falsarone, Executive in Residence at the University of Chicago, who add their thoughtful viewpoints on this fascinating area.
Rewilding Work helps give focus to the perspective that, if we change the world of work, we can change the wider world. Watch this enlightening episode to see this thinking in action today. For more on the future of work from world-leading companies, follow this new channel.
DWG’s new series features examples of how major organizations are bringing the living system theory to life through innovative approaches to sustainability, inclusion, wellbeing and purpose. For more on how senior leaders and change-makers are transforming and evolving the world of work across their organizations, like and subscribe to Rewilding Work with Paul Miller.