Submitted by Ethical Corporation
Increasingly businesses are realising that small sustainable impacts are no longer enough. To meet the UN Global Goals and 2 Degree target requires a wholesale shift in thinking and operations across both the business and industry.
To help you deliver positive long-term impact, 3 senior leaders are ready to share their experiences live. Join us next week (October 10th) at 2 pm BST for our free online webinar with:
American Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Al Naqvi, President
ING, Leon Wijnands, Global Chief Sustainability Officer
Siemens, Markus Strangmüller, Corporate Strategy - Sustainability - Business to Society
In this 1 hour webinar, you will learn how innovative businesses are looking to drive the required changes both internally and externally:
Where to start: Identify the areas and impacts of the business that need to change
Understand how you can transform these outputs without jeopardising the business
Hear how to convince the leadership to go against decades of business thinking
Identify the right partners to drive this change; internal departments, NGOs, academia, start-ups and competitors
Discover how businesses are forecasting these future positive impacts on business, the industry, society and environment
Can’t join? Sign up anyway to receive the full post-webinar recordings: http://events.ethicalcorp.com/rbs/webinar/
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