Responsible Business Week events 2014

Browse a selection of notes, resources and footage from across Responsible Business Week 2014. New content is still being added to remember to check back for further session information.

Wanted: Responsible Leadership For a Sustainable Future

Ed Williams, CEO, Edelman UK, presents the 2014 Trust Barometer

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Telegraph Leadership Reception

Sir Andrew struck a chord with me when he said that a leader who is not personally emotionally upset when behaviour by individuals in the organisation contravene their values has passed their sell by date.

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Exploration Stations

An Exploration station

Businesses recognised for their successful practice with a BITC accolade hosted peer-to-peer discussions.

Read reports from the Stations.


Does fortune favour the brave? In partnership with Tata

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Growing youth social action - the opportunities for business

"Most people think we are more committed to our TV screens than anyone else. Give young people a chance. They can do things adults might not be able to do." - Radhika Patel, Lloyds Scholar Programme student

Read the full session report.


Big Conversation on Mental Health


Disruptive innovation and future-fit business models

"Incumbent legacy systems prevent innovation and sharing technology."

Find out what happened at the Disruptive innovation session

Business Class Symposium

School pupil Keaton addresses the panel at the Business Class Symposium - find out more.


The Prince's Seeing is Believing visit

Seeing is Believing visit led by United UtilitiesSenior business leaders saw the recovery and resilience measures taken after Cumbria's 2009 floods, in a visit led by Steve Fraser, Managing Director, United Utilities


Inspiring Responsible Entrepreneurship with Santander


Challenging the norm: The rise of the office intrapreneur

“See every social problem and global issue as a business opportunity in disguise.”

Read about the session on social intrapreneurship.


Reducing Re-offending: Recruitment that's open to all

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#RBweek Q+As with delegates

Featuring:

  • Katie Jacobs, Deputy Editor, HR Magazine

  • Jan Levy, Managing Director, Three Hands

  • Fiona Ball, Head of Responsible Business, Sky

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