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The Journal of Corporate Citizenship Issue 46

Issue 46 June 2012



The Journal of Corporate Citizenship Issue 46

A Special Issue on The Positive Psychology of Sustainable Enterprise



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Published June 2013.

In a world where just about every corporation is going greener and more socially responsible, and where many have found that building a better world and building a stronger business indeed go hand in hand, it is time for scholars and managers alike to explore the impact of sustainability action on the workforce and people; that is, to study exactly how the quest for sustainable value affects the human side of enterprise. If, as Aristotle observed, we are what we repeatedly do – and if much if not most of our waking lives is spent in the context of organisations – then what happens to us when we are engaged in organisations that are leading and breaking the sustainability barrier?

The ten papers in this important issue explore the proposition that the quest for sustainability is the most significant human development opportunity of the 21st century – and that when people learn about and work toward building a sustainable world they too are poised to flourish in ways that elevate innovation, personal excellence and workplace well-being.

 

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Mirror Flourishing and the Positive Psychology of Sustainability+

David Cooperrider and Ronald Fry, The Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, Case Western Reserve University, USA
    
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Employee Engagement and Sustainability: A Model for Implementing Meaningfulness at and in Work

Ante Glavas, University of Notre Dame, USA
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Flourishing: A Vision for Business and the World

Chris Laszlo et al., Case Western Reserve University, USA
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Exploring the Relationship Between Corporate Social Performance and Work

Marc Lavine, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
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The Positive Arc of Systemic Strengths: How Appreciative Inquiry and Sustainable Designing Can Bring Out the Best in Human Systems

David L. Cooperrider, Case Western Reserve University, USA, and Michelle McQuaid, University of Melbourne, Australia
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Antecendents and Consequences of Ecological Transcendence: An Organisational Perspective

David B. Zoogah, Earl Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University, Baltimore, USA
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Transforming Sustainability

Gabriel B. Grant, Yale University, USA
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Waking up at Work: Sustainability as a Catalyst for Organisational Change

Cynthia Scott, Presidio Graduate School, USA, and Andrew Bryson, Saatchi & Saatchi S, USA
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Embodying Tian Tao in the "Biophilic University"

David R. Jones, Aberdeen Business School, UK
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Sustainability and Innovation: Creating Change that Engages the Workforce

Kathleen Miller Perkins, Miller Consultants, Inc., USA
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