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Sustainable leadership for a world in transition

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In the light of the pressing economic, environmental and social challenges the EU has to face, actors as diverse as policy-makers, businesses, managers and citizens have to contribute their fair share to shape the sustainability transition.

Today however, concepts such as Corporate Social Responsibility and policy proposals for a sustainable Europe are unsatisfactory for two reasons. They insufficiently taking into account those people who create and implement new business models: managers and professionals. And they don't put social and environmental concerns, alongside financial ones, to the core of businesses.
The current focus on consumption and production patterns ignores the role of world of work has for attaining better Triple Bottom Line (TBL) performance*. CEC European Managers, representing around one million managers at EU-level, therefore therefore invites you to join the discussion on the changing purpose of the managerial profession.
During the event, CEC will present its Sustainable Leadership Guidelines and host a panel debate on changing leadership skills, manager education (esp. MBAs & VET) and sustainability reporting, among others.
Speakers include:
- Martin Rich, Future Fit Foundation
- Martin Porter, Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership
* Triple Bottom Line performance refers to performance on KPIs in the economic, social and environmental domain.


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14:30 - Registration

15:00 - Welcome by CEC President Ludger Ramme

15:05 - Introduction and presentation of the “Sustainable Leadership Guidelines

15:20 - Keynote on sustainable management processes by Martin Rich, Future Fit Foundation

15:40 - Panel debate: sustainable leadership for Europe

17:30 - Cocktail reception

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