As sustainability becomes increasingly woven into the fabric of business, so has the need for executives who can show the way. It’s no longer just about efficiency or packaging or waste — but about systems: supply chains, logistics, human resources, operations, and their impacts on employees, communities and customers. It embraces an understanding of social issues as well as environmental ones.
The world of corporate sustainability professionals is changing, too. Today’s leaders need diverse business skills, the ability to navigate complex systems and relationships and a lens on society’s ever-shifting expectations. They also need to effectively manage a new generation of employees for whom sustainability is second nature.
Where do such leaders come from? What does it take to be one? How do you navigate your career to meet these emerging opportunities?
Join a panel of experts to hear about the latest thinking on sustainability leadership and career development. In this hour-long webcast, you’ll learn:
•how sustainability leadership is being defined inside companies
•the skills and expertise companies are looking for
•where the field of corporate sustainability is headed