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  Changing Worldviews: The True Challenge of Our Times
A new study, "Transformational Leadership: Can It Be Trained?," highlights a deficit of business leaders and the need to adopt new leadership skills to compete in today's increasingly complex global marketplace. This is the second of a four-part series of articles detailing the findings of the report.
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Heineken Selects Credit360's Sustainability Tracking Software
Heineken will use the Credit360 system to gather, analyze and communicate quarterly sustainability performance across its global operations. The system will support Heineken's Green Gauge scorecard initiative, and replaces a resource-intensive Excel-based approach with a single web-based tracking system.
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Unilever, DHL Expand Relationship With Focus on Supply Chain Efficiency
Unilever and global logistics company DHL this week announced plans to expand an existing business relationship in an effort to improve carbon efficiency and reduce waste across the supply chain. A Joint Business Development Plan (JBDP) will link Unilever's Sustainable Living Plan with DHL's GoGreen initiative.
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Starbucks Pilot Program Aims To Change Employee Behavior with Lucid Software
Lucid will provide in-store dashboards to display energy information to employees at Starbucks locations in Snohomish County, Washington. The pilot program will study whether employees can be motivated to reduce energy use when given real-time feedback and combined with friendly competition with surrounding stores.
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Ethan Allen Registers with AHFA Environmental Management Program
Home furnishings company Ethan Allen has registered all of its domestic manufacturing facilities in North Carolina, Vermont, and New Jersey with the Enhancing Furniture's Environmental Culture (EFEC) program. EFEC requires companies to analyze and better understand the environmental impact of their processes, raw materials, and finished products.
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