IEMA Skills Conference 2015
Delivering Sustainability - Culture and Capability
To realise the opportunities of the transition to a sustainable economy, all organisations will need to bridge the sustainability skills gap. This conference will demonstrate the latest in practical approaches to up-skilling individuals, organisations and value-chains to meet the sustainability challenge.
The conference is all about what can be achieved in delivering transformational sustainability performance through capable people and the right culture. Delivering a sustainable business is a journey that involves people within, and beyond, the organisation; by sharing the experiences of leaders in the field we aim to inspire others and manifest real change across the economy.
- Culture – Embedding a transformational vision across business systems and practices to drive your journey to sustainability
- Capability – Equipping your organisation with the skills to succeed in a sustainable economy.
The conference will provide the next major activity in our Skills for a Sustainable Economy campaign. The campaign’s aim is to highlight the critical need for environment & sustainability skills in businesses worldwide and catalyse action to address this skills deficit. The aim of the conference is to take the next step in our skills campaign - demonstrating:
· How organisations are taking action to upskill their business and value-chains to meet the sustainability challenge; and
· Why addressing the sustainability skills gap is a multi-profession, cross-sector agenda, with IEMA sitting at the centre of a growing base of activity.
Keynotes: Delivering Sustainability
· Mike Barry, Marks & Spencer
· Tony Juniper, President of the Society for the Environment
· Jane Davidson, Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Wales
London, 11 Cavendish Square,
Date & Time
14th July; 09:15-17:00