This event is organised by the Chartered Management Institute in conjunction with Business in the Community as a contribution to “Responsible Business Week” which takes place from 15-19 April, 2013. The event is also supported by the Cheshire Professional Institutes’ Network (CIM, CIPD, CMI and the University of Chester).
The event theme is sustainable business. Developing a more sustainable future presents us with a 9 billion challenge, which brings with it risks and opportunities, and needs inspired leadership for future success. Presentations will cover the megatrends that will impact on business in the future, what that means for future business success, the opportunities and risks and the role and challenge for leaders, featuring some real life examples.
Gudrun Cartwright, Head of Regional Environmental Impact, Business in the Community
Rich Hall, Senior Manager, Sustainability, PwC, and
Professor Peter Stokes, University of Chester
Professor Peter Stokes will conclude the event with a thought provoking session on “Thinking about sustainability as behaviour – micro-moments and grey zones”.
The event is free of charge, and bookings should be made via the link below.
For details contact: Roger McCartney, CMI NW Region,
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