Regenerative Business Development Community – Management and Work Design

A REGENERATIVE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY –

MANAGEMENT AND WORK DESIGN

The Financial investment for TwoYear Membership 

$10,997 for up to three people; pay $2000 for each additional person

There is no reduction in cost for fewer than three people per business member. Our experience has taught us that participants must have good quality thinking partners who attend the sessions with them and share the experience as part of a team. Each of the twelve businesses engages in deep and rapid application, and with at least three individuals connected to Carol and other resources they have a much better chance of success. Multiple perspectives are required to hear and internalize the very rich, powerful, complex material offered. In breakout sessions during the webinars, teams will sometimes work together and sometimes with members from other businesses’ teams. Please note that payments made to join the Regenerative Business Development Community are 100% refundable for 3 days after purchase. No refunds will be given after the first meeting.

 

Webinar day of the week and time:

Fridays 9 a.m. to noon Pacific Time

 

January 12, 2021

March 19, 2021

April 30, 2021

June 11, 2021

August 6, 2021

September 17, 2021

October 29, 2021

December 17, 2021

 

Instructors

 

Carol Sanford, founder of Carol Sanford Institute, has an extraordinarily successful forty-year track record of growing businesses responsibly, increasing their revenue by as much as 40%-65% a year. Her expertise includes teaching companies how to build triple-digit margin growth and offer a funnel of products for decade-sustaining earnings in dynamic industries and markets. She is a Senior Fellow of Social Innovation and Executive-in-Residence at Babson College.

Resources are members of The Regenerative Business Alliance.

 Carol Sanford’s probing questions helped us think more clearly about who we are as a company and how we can become more effective at achieving our mission. How can we, ourselves, and all of our employees shape and resonate with the goals of the business at a deep level? Carol offered ways for placing our highest human values at the center of our business, so that the business can become more relevant in the world and more rewarding to both customers and employees.”

– Dirk B. Wassink, General Manager, Second Use Materials, Inc.

Carol Sanford Institute has run these series and others like them in businesses all over the world for 40 years. Case stories and testimonials are online at www.CarolSanfordInstitute.com.

For more information and to stay in the announcement stream, send an email to Carol@carolsanford.com.