Dr. Mariana Bozesan on Talent, Sustainable Finance and the Future of the Planet
10 Sep 2019
Dr. Mariana Bozesan is an Integral Impact Investor, a philanthropist, author, and researcher on consciousness leadership. She shares bold opinions on how to make a big impact in a way that transcends the usual business dialogue.
Hosted by Jeff Kavanaugh, VP and Head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute.
“We need to help people evolve quicker to where they have a more world-centric view rather than an egocentric or ethnocentric view.” - Dr. Mariana Bozesan
Dr. Mariana Bozesan talks about her professional career and background. Her perspective from her work with the United Nations and the Club of Rome.
Dr. Mariana Bozesan explains what are some of the education and training aspects of companies making sustainability transition in a feasible way? Evaluating investment candidates or looking at research, what does she see with talent and skills development that's either helping or hindering this feasible transition?
Sustainable finance, what successful companies do to grow their talent? There's a death or a famine of the right kind of talent out there for many kinds of technology. And even for the new clean energy or sustainable things people are trying to do, there's a lack of talent and skills. What is a way to overcome it?
Dr. Mariana Bozesan talks about Europe and talent development
Dr. Mariana Bozesan talks about the skills that people need to develop to be successful. She explains the tool – “Five Dysfunctions of a Team”
Dr. Mariana Bozesan talks about a tool for individual assessment called the LBDNA, the leadership lexical decision making assessment which shows the ability of individuals to collaborate.
Dr. Mariana Bozesan talks about cognitive complexity
What are the sources of talent that Dr. Mariana Bozesan is finding? What are her traditional ways of working where she pulls people from university or traditional paths or are there some non-traditional avenues as well?
How can governments or public organizations work with the private sector to bring about better development of talent and better at all?
So let's just say in Europe, in the US and anywhere in the world, large company, and they were trying to grapple with how to develop their people. And do it then in an enlightened way as Dr. Mariana Bozesan mentioned. What is Dr. Bozesan’s advice to that senior executive?
Dr. Mariana Bozesan’s parting thoughts.