Posts Tagged ‘Appreciation’

Meeting Some Game Changers

Couldn’t we all stand to be a bit more hopeful? To believe in our capacity to achieve and to help make our lives more successful. I was inspired by these future game changers because they are taking the chance and working hard to affect change. Who knows, with some serious hard work and a little luck, this writer might find her way to quenching this thirst and maybe, just maybe, finding my way back to BGI as a student. · Read More

Box of Awesomeness

Posted February 14th, 2012 · Tags: ,
Whatever it is that you have done, or will do, anything that you are proud of should go into your “Box of Awesomeness”. We all deserve to really celebrate our achievements, big or small, and not pass them by in a fit of well-mannered self-deprecation. · Read More

Why Marriage Equality Matters to Sustainable Business

At BGI, we understand that sustainability is so much more. We treat sustainability as a holistic approach to business where financial, environment and social stakeholders benefit from the business’ purpose. · Read More

Our picks for sustainable business blogs and sites in 2012

Posted January 4th, 2012 · Tags: , , ,
We’re always on the lookout for great blogs covering sustainable business trends and news. That’s why we’re sharing our go-to sites for the new year. · Read More

The Next Generation of Sustainable Business Leaders are at BGI

Posted December 12th, 2011 · Tags: , , , , ,
70% of young execs cite sustainability as important to them, but only 35% feel prepared. How does BGI stack up? · Read More

Why I’m Excited About Robert Egger

Posted June 2nd, 2011 · Tags: , , ,
Robert Egger is a force of nature. In January of last year he came to BGI as a CAIR and provided a jolt of energy and inspired me to think about my future right livelihood different than I had allowed myself before. · Read More

Five practices to save the world – A look at the culture of a Sustainable MBA

Posted May 6th, 2010 · Tags: , , , ,
The world is full of problems with few visible solutions. Yet…we are not helpless individuals. BGI has helped me see that everyone is part of the solution. · Read More