At some point in life, most of the world’s 7.5billion people will be caring for a loved one. This may be caring for parents as they get older and frailer, a partner with a long-term condition, a son or daughter or sibling with a disability – or it may be a friend or neighbour who needs looking after.
Business is faced with increasing uncertainties, BREXIT being just one of them. In this keynote presentation I outline how responsible companies can respond to BREXIT as well as other key considerations, irrespective of BREXIT, in a VUCA world. I argue that business needs to go All In for sustainability. This includes setting science-based Climate targets, encouraging employee-led innovation, collaborating extensively and speaking out/speaking up for social justice and sustainable development.
We managed to cover a lot of ground in a very stimulating interview: http://g-comm.co/podcast/
Thank you @PhilipBeere
What happens when two Canadians and a Brit (me!) meet to discuss what’s next following twenty years of the GlobeScan/Sustainability Leaders Report? The result is a new book: All In: The Future of Business Leadership. Write up by Barbara Everdene , Mia Overall of the book launch in Vancouver at Sustainable Brands
Speaking together with co-authors Chris Coulter and Mark Lee during the opening, plenary session of Sustainable Brands on June 5th, about the key messages of All In.
Interview with Hayley Woodin and Tyler Orton for Business Vancouver Today podcast about All In: The Future of Business Leadership
Searching interview by Jennifer Elks for Sustainable Brands with Chris Coulter, Mark Lee and I, ahead of All In book launch at Sustainable Brands in Vancouver on June 5th
Business cannot be tentative or half-hearted about the SDGs but has to go "All In."