26. September 2019 - 12:00 till 13:00
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Insights and Innovation Webinar Series: #2 Fit for the future: Can bringing people and ideas together affect systemic change? | | Thursday, 26. September 2019

We are living in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world. We are seeing constant shifts in our political, economic, environmental, social and technological landscape and need to adapt to changing trends in relation to the ever more severe climate crisis. Can business leaders respond to the challenge from a generation who will be far more affected by climate change than us?
Innovative leadership is a key driver for sustainability. In this webinar series we will examine the theory and practice of disrupting the built environment sector, and define the personal and organisational leadership needed to create systemic change. We’ll explore examples from organisations with live projects creating real change, hear from experts in mindset change and organisation model innovation, and alumnus from our Leadership programmes will share their personal development journeys.
Join us if you would like to learn how innovation and leadership practices can enhance sustainable development for your organisation and your career.

Gain an understanding of the underlying theories of leadership and systems thinking and best practice in the building industry
Learn how leadership and systems thinking are applied in practice in the built environment sector
Explore where to go next on your purpose-driven journey

#2 Fit for the future: Can bringing people and ideas together affect systemic change?
26th September 2019, 12.00-1.00pm
This session will look at why systemic change is constant and necessary, and how collaboration across systems can enable businesses to be resilient and future ready. 

Stephanie Draper, Chief Executive, Bond
Dr Eva Gkenakou, Sustainability Director, Multiplex

CPD: 1 hour 

To see the other webinars in this series please click here.