Time to Transform: edie kicks off Business Leadership month of content and events
For the next month edie run a series of exclusive features, articles and discussions, all focused on business leadership and how companies can transform into a force for good, to mark Business Leadership month.
Under the banner of “Time to Transform”, March 2022 will act as edie’s Business Leadership month, with the editorial team primed to deliver an array of thought-provoking content across all mediums, tapping into the sustainability movement.
With the Sustainability Leaders Forum and Awards (scroll down for more information) moved to March to allow for in-person events, edie is transforming its website into a month-long content focus on the topic of business leadership.
For the first few weeks of March, keep up to date with everything that falls under leadership with edie’s Business Leadership Live Blog.
While the live blog populates why not take a look at edie’s first few bits of exclusive Leadership content. First up, edie looks at business leadership through the lens of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest climate warnings. In this piece, we explore five ways businesses can respond to the IPCC’s ‘atlas of human suffering’.
Given the findings of that report, edie’s content editor Matt Mace outlines how the world needs a new type of corporate climate leader in his latest blog. Read the opinion piece here.
There’s also an exclusive interview with UN goodwill ambassador and climate activist Aliza Ayaz, who gives her thoughts on how nations and businesses can show true climate leadership, arguing that keeping promises and taking an equity-first approach is key to building trust and momentum.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MONTH
1) Sustainability Leaders Forum (08-09 March)
The multi-award-winning Sustainability Leaders Forum is edie’s biggest business event of the year, uniting 600+ corporate leaders, sustainability experts, government representatives, investors and NGOs for two days of thought-provoking talks and interactive workshops – all with a laser-like focus on transforming business, for good. Click here for more information.
2) Sustainability Leaders Awards (30 March)
The associated Sustainability Leaders Awards is the UK’s largest sustainability awards scheme, recognising the people, projects and initiatives that are accelerating business transformation. From the best efficiency programmes to product innovations; from stakeholder engagement and social sustainability initiatives to the people on the ground who are making change happen – the Awards celebrate and reward the sustainability excellence across all sectors. TV presenter Chris Packham has just been announced as the host for the Awards. Click here to read more.
3) Business Leadership Survey & Report
Our flagship annual survey is back for 2022, exploring what great business looks like this year. The survey results will form the basis of an exclusive, high-level report, wrapping up Business Leadership Month. Click here to take the survey and for a chance to win tickets to the Sustainability Leaders Awards.
4) Exclusive Features and podcasts
edie will publish an array of exclusive features exploring the theme of sustainability leadership. From how the skillset of a sustainability professional has evolved, to avoiding the “carbon tunnel”, the features and discussions published during the month will equip readers with new insight.
5) Blogs and interview
Throughout March edie will hear from some of the leaders of the sustainability movement, and the business decision makers tasked with delivering a sustainable transition. From blogs from the chief executive of Barclays to discussions with some of the most recognisable sustainability leaders, every key topic will be discussed by the experts. If you’re interested in being interviewed or providing a blog, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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