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Member since: Mar 24 2010, 3:48 PM EDT
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Hello, my name is Beth Tener

  • Occupation: Consultant/facilitator
  • Location: Southern New Hampshire
  • Employer: New Directions Collaborative
  • Website: www.ndcollaborative.com
  • Email: btener@ndcollaborative.com
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  • Why are you interested in joining Leadership for a New Era?
My work has focused on helping businesses, governments, and non-profit organizations be more effective in pursuing sustainability strategies. I believe that working through networks is, and will increasingly need to be, a core strategy to pursue sustainable solutions (e.g., communities of practice, cross-sector dialogues, cooperation across industries on green standards, etc.)

  • What do you hope to contribute to this collaborative initiative? (i.e. share resources for a specific topic, add a new topic, raise questions and ideas, etc.) For more information on how you can contribute content please visit the FAQ's section.
Share ideas and case studies, help facilitate collaborative dialogues among members.

  • I am interested in the following topics (Leadership and Race, Leadership and Networks, Collective Leadership, Leadership across Difference, Other):
Leadership and Networks, Collective Leadership, Networks in Sustainability Contexts, How funders can help advance collaborative/networked approaches

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How did you find out about Leadership for a New Era?


When you join the LNE website, you join as a "Registered User" and you automatically have access to the discussion threads – you can add new threads or comment on existing ones. We encourage you to also share resources and ideas to the content pages of the website. If you want to add, edit or delete content on a page, you need to request access by clicking on the “Request to be a Writer” button that appears at the top of every page and enter a quick blurb about how you want to contribute to the site. Once your request has been approved, your permissions settings will be set to "Writer" and you will be able to edit, delete, or add content to any page on the website.

If you complete your profile when you join the LNE website, we can also change your user settings to "Writer" - and you will not need to go through the process of filling out the "Request to be a Contributor" form. Simply tell us in your profile why you are interested in this collaborative research initiative, and in general terms, what you hope to contribute to the project (i.e. add resources on the topic pages, new topics, etc.) If you have questions please contact Natalia Castaneda.

Latest page update: Jun 4 2010, 12:23 PM EDT

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