How can businesses adjust their corporate cultures to improve their sustainability and drive bottom-line success? In this webinar, The Sustainable Business Forum presents perspectives from some of today’s leading management and cultural change experts.

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New Perspectives on Corporate Governance

How can businesses adjust their corporate cultures to improve their sustainability and drive bottom-line success? In this webinar, The Sustainable Business Forum presents perspectives from some of today’s leading management and cultural change experts.

Listen to learn:

  • How to drive cultural change inside large organizations.
  • The advantages—and risks—of new corporate structures that seek to force companies to operate for the good of society.
  • How to build a culture of workplace safety
  • Cultural alignment: four communication traits of strong leaders.
Featuring:

Aad Boot is founder and managing partner of HRS – Business Transformation Services, where he advises business leaders and managers of some of the world’s leading companies. For more than 20 years, Aad has been working internationally supporting the leadership and management of organizations as they lead change and grow their business success, especially in complex and cross-cultural environments.

Ted Coiné is an author & speaker on the subject of 21st-Century Business. He is a serial business founder and (un)CEO, and above all the self-proclaimed business heretic at the helm of the 21st Century Business blog. He is also a frequent contributor to the Sustainable Business Forum.

Simon Herriott leads DuPont Sustainable Solutions’ Safety Resources practice, an area focusing on employee, contractor and process safety. He joined DuPont in 2004 and brings to his position extensive experience in sales and marketing, business leadership, and strategy development in the global chemical industry. Simon has since worked with senior leaders at companies in various parts of Asia, assisting them with their transformational safety journeys.

Richard McGill Murphy is Chief Content Officer at Social Media Today. Murphy is a journalist and media executive with 15 years of experience covering business, technology and international affairs. He previously edited Fortune Small Business magazine and served as editorial and program director at the Committee to Protect Journalists. Murphy is a contributing editor at Fortune magazine. He holds a bachelor’s degree in literature from Harvard and a doctorate in social anthropology from Oxford University.