Peer Learning Forum: Setting Targets to Fulfil your Environment Strategy – Leeds
AudienceResponsible business managers, Human resources practitioners, Risk management practitioners, Environment practitioners and BITC members with an environment partnership
Wed, 26 February 2020 @ 13:30 – 16:00
This Peer Learning Forum will help those attending to ensure that their environment targets work towards fulfilling their organisation’s strategic intention.
Has your organisation set a challenging environment strategy for it to repair and sustain the planet we all depend on? Now bring this strategy to life by developing targets that will drive the programme forward, measure progress, and ensure accountability and engagement across the organisation.
About the event
This Peer Learning Forum will:
- augment understanding of processes needed to successfully develop and integrate environmental targets into an organisation
- equip people to engage colleagues in the process, explore their role and next steps to achieve the targets set
- help engage senior colleagues in target setting and delivery.
Who should attend?
Heads of responsible business and environmental sustainability, operations, marketing, finance, facilities, risk and legal, human resources, training, procurement and supply chain management.
This event is for members of BITC with an environment partnership only.
About Peer Learning Forums
BITC’s Peer Learning Forums provide a confidential environment to discuss common issues, good practice and solutions. There will be an emphasis on discussion and sharing experiences.
About Business in the Community’s environment agenda
BITC’s environment and sustainability agenda encourages innovative and transformational change at the very core of business. Our programmes focus on building a one-planet economy that delivers lasting prosperity through the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) also known as the Global Goals. BITC’s environment work has three priorities: maximising resource productivity in a circular economy; achieving net zero carbon and building resilience to climate risks; water and healthy eco systems.
Business in the Community is working with business to reduce risk and improve the health of water, soil and biodiversity within their supply chain.
Contact details and further information
This event is free to attend for BITC members with an environment partnership.
For more details, contact Hannah Chui, Events Manager at at Business in the Community.
Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.