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Thomas Bourne: CEO of Greenheart Consulting

Season 1, Ep. 6

In the sixth episode of Leading by Nature, Giles is joined by Thomas Bourne, Founder and Chief 'Ecosystem' Officer of Greenheart Consulting. They discuss the journey of Greenheart becoming a regenerative business by releasing hierarchic control while encouraging self-management throughout the organisation.


Also, watch out for Giles Hutchins' latest book, Leading by Nature: The Process of Becoming a Regenerative Leader

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