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I am Charlotte, passionate Sustainable Development Consultant, huge nature lover, people person and a concerned citizen of our shared world. During my 15+ years in business I have seen the good, bad and ugly in terms of business behaviour affecting people and environments. Higher Order Strategy was founded to put my strategy development, project management, marketing & communications experience to good use, namely, to help companies act holistically with their strategies to increase positive and decrease the negative impacts. In all articles here I aim to give clear, candid and caring snippets of shared learning from my time spent working with companies that really do give two hoots.
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