Behavioural Sciences

How behavioural experiments boost sustainable leadership

Behavioural experiments create bonds and boost businesses sustainability score. Image: Getty Images

Mariah Levin

Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum Geneva

Cyrus Suntook

Strategy Senior Manager, Responsible Leadership Fellow, Accenture

Megha Thakker

Experience Strategy Consultant, Responsible Leadership Fellow, Accenture

Emily Barrett

Leadership & Culture Specialist, Responsible Leadership Fellow, Accenture


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The Five Elements Model: Responsible leadership for a sustainable and equitable world. Image: Accenture
Young Global Leaders who participated in the pilot initiative to embed responsible an sustainable behaviours. Image: Accenture

A template to help you design your first behavioural experiment. Image: Accenture

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Behavioural experiments de-risks change and enable organizations to fail fast. Image: Accenture

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