The Covid19 crisis has shown starkly the urgent need for a better economic model that works for citizen, community, society, planet and shareholder alike. Many leaders and Companies in a fight for survival, are saying ‘we get the premise of better but how do we do it’? And how do we as professionals help in this challenge to #BuildBackBetter?
In this webinar, Mike Barry, former Director of Sustainable Business for Marks and Spencers, outlined his personal thought leadership for embedding change, as we emerge post Covid, asking how can we as professionals, help to shape new models for business within an economy in transition? Mike was joined in a leaders panel discussion by Sarah Handley, Head of Sustainability & Environmental Governance for Siemens Energy Ltd and Dan Hamza Goodacre, COP26 Champions Team and climate philanthropy advisor.
Nick Blyth, IEMA Policy lead presented on IEMA guidance and sustainability skills standards, available to help support professionals on this change journey. The session included interactive polling with delegates and invited guests joining for a practice focused panel discussion. This webinar is suitable for all professionals seeking insights for change. and especially for aspiring corporate sustainability leaders and influencers.
Adapting to COVID-19 #BUILDBACKBETTER: Critical insights to shape sustainable business, N, Blyth, IEMA - CLICK HERE
The 2020s, A Business Revolution: How to build a sustainable business, M, Barry - CLICK HERE
Posted on 22nd May 2020
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