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Future Fit

Latest book by Giles Hutchins

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FutureFit: The Book

Time to Transform

Future Fit is packed full of practical approaches, insights, examples and tips for today’s leaders, entrepreneurs and change agents interested in transforming their organizations toward firms of the future.

‘Many books call for new ways of thinking for modern leaders but until Future Fit none have provided such wise, well researched and practical approaches to guide leaders facing deeply complex challenges. In this compelling workbook Giles Hutchins is at the forefront of synthesizing new logics for business with the natural rhythms of life and the human mind that will revolutionize business.

Future Fit is a must-read for every leader who wants to continue being successful or to move beyond what currently feels like impossible challenges. As an experienced Chief Executive I cannot recommend this powerful work highly enough.’

Dr Lynne Sedgmore CBE, Former Chief Executive of 157 Group, Centre for Excellence in Leadership UK, and ranked one of the UK’s most influential people in Debretts 2015 List.

‘Future Fit is a masterpiece of synthesis weaving together the emergent strands of wisdom from others with the author’s own extraordinary insights. This is a must-read for any business seeking answers to a deep inner sense that something different is needed for them and their organization to stay relevant in the 21st century.’

Mark Drewell, Senior Partner, The ForeSight Group, co-founder and former CEO of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative

‘Future Fit is prescient and practical. It describes the future as it can and should be, by drawing on a breadth of knowledge rarely seen in business books. It also makes big, abstract ideas more concrete, by offering examples and advice. This book will help managers navigate a complex world for a more sustainable world. Giles Hutchins is one of the most broad-reaching, forward thinking writers in business.’

 Tima Bansal, Canada Research Chair in Business Sustainability, Ivey Business School

 ‘We see an emerging trend of moving from a mechanistic view of business to an organic, living organization framework, and Future Fit goes right to the heart of it. Packed full with practical insights to help activate and catalyze this transformation, this is a brilliant book that will help you wrap your head around the shifting paradigm at the vanguard of future business. Read it!’

 Norman Wolfe, CEO of Quantum Leaders and author of The Living Organization

 ‘Hutchins offers lifesaving radical surgery for humanity and the business world. With breath-taking flair, he dismantles illusions and articulates a bold and sophisticated vision of organizational sanity.’

 Dr Malcolm Parlett, author of Future Sense, Five Explorations of Whole Intelligence for a World That’s Waking Up.

‘Future Fit is like an encyclopaedia of anecdotes, practical exercises, reflective questions and real life examples set in a very uplifting context to prepare us for the time to come…This book appeals and adds value to all aspects of my life; it will now be my first point of reference for all my personal and professional interventions.’

Darshita Gillies, Coach, Consultant, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder of Blu Dot

‘A treasure-trove of approaches, methods, models and living examples of ways of creating the regenerative organization of the future.’

Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Henley Business School and author of Leadership Team Coaching and many other books

‘If you are one of today’s leaders who feels the pull toward shaping our emerging future for a better humanity, this book will be your guide.’

Gina Hayden, Co-Founder of the Global Centre for Conscious Leadership

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Project Details

  • Date July 21, 2016
  • Tags Business Transformation

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