Thought Leadership Services is a boutique consultancy helping clients benefitting from being authorities in their fields
Setting thought leaders apart
We design initiaitives that help our clients distinguish themselves as the sharpest tools in the shed. All projects are bespoke but share a fundamental focus on stakeholder engagement and a strong narrative.
Event design and facilitation
With many years’ experience as a moderator and facilitator of events from closed high level workshops to international award shows I can give a boost to most organizations’ communications and events.
Thought Leadership mapping – in progress
Currently work is in progress on a new suite of tools to analyse and tune the effect of thought leadership intiatives. Our services are based on tools proven in research that are now being calibrated for this use.
Some of the most interesting projects so far - as an independent and from former positions
Stakeholders Engagement on a Massive Scale
A Toolkit to Turn Global Goals into Local Business
Sustainable Business Seen from the Top – from Shell to WWF
Finding Opportunities Where Others See Risks
Making Universities Paragons of Sustainability
Mapping Sustainability Practices
What Makes a City Great?
Sustainability In Our New Habitat
New Routes to Growth
Energy for the Future
The very short version of what this business is about
This is my website. It´s not much to look at right now, but it is mine and it is the beginning of something bigger. This is where I set up shop with my boutique consultancy Thought Leadership Services, and where in the coming months I will keep you posted on the development of the unique set of analytical tools I am developing for mapping, analysing and improving your thought leadership initiatives.
In the fall of 2016, the first prototype will be ready. At that stage we will need organizations to work with to test an refine the methodology.
Please contact me on email@example.com if you wish to be a part of this or if you´re simply curious.Read More
The tools we develop is built on a core of data analytics developed for research purposes and uniquely suited for this field.
Data is useless unless it is presented in the right context - together with our customers we develop that.
Ideas and breakthroughs are created in networks - we map them.
Our analysis is not biased by who we work for and is well suited as a third party assessment of your initiatives.
Thinking out loud - News and Ideas
On thought leaders, sustainability and what else matters - friends write too occasionally
The “Making Global Goals Local Business” campaign that we and Monday Morning designed for UN Global Compact reached a new milestone a few days ago. First the campaign, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Pioneers it highlighted, were celebrated at Times Square (see pic) and later at a “Night of Pioneers” as part of the UN[…]
I remember the first time I heard about “The Carbon Bubble”. My initial reaction was “Damn, I wish I had thought of that”. I guess this shows a not so flattering, slightly jealous part of my nature, but that aside, the important thing is: I was far from the only one who could see the ingenuous[…]
Technology is a great driver of change. There is nothing profound about claiming that. What is new however is the impact that just the mentioning of a new technology in development can have. The idea of the self-driving car is gaining ground rapidly, not least fueled by Googles initiatives in the field. Despite no one[…]
When I was a child in Denmark, our “national cuisine” didn´t excite too many. We ate meat balls, meat sauce (basically ground beef and onions – garnered with ketchup), pork chops and meat balls (but a different kind, mind you) in mild curry sauce. Overboiled potates and veggies were standard. Open Danish sandwiches was mostlu[…]
– how can they help us break down the sustainability challenge? I stumbled across a – for me – new term a couple of weeks ago: social machines. Many of you might know this term, and I quickly discovered that even though the words were new to me, I had been using social machines for[…]
In the period 27th August to 9th September 2014 I was leading a team conducting eight workshops on five continents, searching for opportunities where other see only risks. Opportunity Panels were conducted in Johannesburg, San Francisco, Mumbai, Sao Paulo,Shanghai, Oslo, London and Abu Dhabi. Each of the workshops were presented with the same material: the five great[…]