The decisions made by Ireland’s business leaders on what to do, and how to it, have broad social and economic impact – how can we leverage this to address our fundamental issues on sustainability and social inclusion?
At our CEO Forum, “Collaborate for Change. The Time is Now” on Thursday 10th November, BITCI will continue the work to build connections and bring leaders together across business, government, academia and civil society to try and keep addressing this question.
We will welcome Ireland’s business, government and academic leaders to reflect on the role of CEOs to connect with each other across supply chains and sectors, and lead on the responsible collaborative approach that is imperative for systemic change.
Marian Curry, one of BITCI’s lead Advisors on sustainability will hold a reflective panel discussion on collective action and collaborative change with Sinéad Patton of Veolia, Ciaran Foley of DHL Supply Chain Ireland and Shay Walsh of BT Ireland. And our keynote will focus on collaborative leadership, driving change through integrity.
We will also launch and discuss our exclusive State of the Nation research on sustainability and business across Ireland – outlining a vision for transformation designed through quantitative survey of CEOs across the country, expert interviews and co-creation workshops with insights and critical interrogation from future leaders and civic society.
This event is invite only and places are filling up fast. RSVP to your member invite right away if you would like a seat at this critical conversation.
This research was possible due to the support of Abbott Laboratories Ireland; BT Ireland; Gas Networks Ireland; IBM Ireland Ltd; Johnson & Johnson (Ireland); KBC Bank Ireland; Musgrave Group; Permanent TSB; and Veolia.