Thursday, 5 March 2015
PwC Australia, Darling Park, Tower 2, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Engaging employees from all areas of your business is critical to creating truly sustainable organisations. Not only do employees increasingly want to work for sustainable companies, but the social and environmental challenges we face mean that business needs to be done differently to ensure long-term success.
But how do sustainability teams take employee engagement beyond putting waste in the right bin to facilitating the business transformation required to create a truly sustainable company?
This interactive workshop will engage you with a range of expert perspectives on internal engagement and transformational change, and provide practical tools to help you drive sustainability engagement and sustainable change throughout your company.
Cate Harris, Sustainability Executive – Strategic Projects, Lend Lease
Cate is at the front line of driving internal engagement and change around sustainability at international property and infrastructure group Lend Lease, where she focuses on embedding sustainability strategy across the group, using sustainability as a proxy for innovation and value creation.
Lynette Nixon, Innovation Director, PwC Australia
An expert in using human centred design and design thinking, Lynette helps companies to innovate and implement change management processes.
Dr Chris Wright, Professor of Organisational Studies, University of Sydney
Chris is an expert on organisational and workplace change, with a particular focus on understanding organisational responses to climate change.
Matt Perry, Chief Strategy Officer, Ikon Communications
Matt works at the leading edge of communications and sustainability, and has worked with a number of major companies to make strategic sense of the sustainable business agenda.