The sustainable leader's workshop - by Marc Evrard[Proceedings] by Marc Evrard


After having received a training as an engineer and started a career in construction activities, Marc Evrard completed the HEC MBA program in 1995. He then embraced the cause of entrepreneurship and created a consulting firm called Mercure Engineering as well as the sustainable leaders' workshop that is specialized in the coaching of leaders and managers.

The sustainable leader's workshop develops in a pivotal period, when leaders/managers have to face issues that sometimes exceed their skills. The A3D raises the question of how those managers should act in a sustainable way, that is to say in an economic, human and environmental interest, which should be good for him/her and the company

Quote article  Marc Evrard, « The sustainable leader's workshop - by Marc Evrard », 04 march 2014, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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