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Moving Forward - Culture, Engagement and Leadership Change
Andrew Savitz's groundbreaking work on culture change, employee engagement, leadership development and the role of human resources have created game changing possibilities for companies driving toward sustainability. He showcases new findings, fresh ideas and practical advice to attendees on how to design programs, embed practices and achieve measurable business results.
Andy had business leaders Bruno Sarda of Dell and Chris Lambe of Mosaic Co. join him in his presentation to delve into details about their experiences. You will come away with ideas, strategies and tactics for leveraging your organization's culture, employee engagement, leadership development and talent management programs.
Presentation and Panel Discussion with
- Andrew Savitz, Sustainability pioneer, Thought leader and Best selling author of "Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line"
- Bruno Sarda, Director Global Sustainability Operations; Dell Inc.
- Chris Lambe, Director of Social Responsibility; The Mosaic Co - Executive Director; The Mosaic Co. Foundation
Andrew Savitz, Sustainability pioneer, Thought leader and Best selling author of "Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line"
Andrew Savitz is a principal at Sustainable Business Strategies, an independent consultancy located in Boston, Massachusetts. He was formerly a lead Partner in the Environmental and Sustainability Services group at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC).
He is the author of the widely acclaimed book The Triple Bottom Line: How the Best-Run Companies are Achieving Economic, Social and Environmental Success - and How You Can Too (Wiley, August 2006, 2013). This classic on sustainability is being revised and updated for a second edition, due out in late 2013.
Andy's second book, Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line: How Companies Can Leverage Human Resources to Achieve Sustainable Growth (Wiley, 2013) presents a new, powerful case for employee engagement and is a call to action and guidebook for HR professionals. Andy has worked closely with many large and small organizations to help them find their Sustainability Sweet Spots and to embed sustainability in their operational and employee life-cycle processes.
Savitz is the founding Chair of the Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Johns Hopkins University, attended New College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and graduated from Georgetown University Law School where he was an editor of the Law Review.
Andy is a life-long resident of Massachusetts. Despite everything, he remains a loyal fan of the Boston Red Sox.
Bruno Sarda, Director Global Sustainability Operations; Dell Inc.
Bruno Sarda is Director of Global Sustainability Operations at Dell where he oversees sustainability governance, information strategy, measurement, and reporting, as well as supporting strategy, advocacy, and objective setting working with internal and external stakeholders. Sarda is also advising the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives at Arizona State University in the development of a new Executive Master's for Sustainability Leadership. He is also an adjunct faculty member at ASU’s School of Sustainability.
Chris Lambe, Director of Social Responsibility; The Mosaic Co - Executive Director; The Mosaic Co. Foundation
Chris Lambe is Director of Social Responsibility and Executive Director of The Mosaic Company Foundation. Chris has worked on three continents as a management consultant, entrepreneur and a creative director and has run as a candidate for public office in the Irish Senate.
As Citizenship Officer at Xcel Energy, he built a new responsibility program that was honored with the 'Spirit of America' award from United Way.
He managed a research team at Target Corporation focused on a new strategic direction for Target's 5% giving commitment that resulted in a $1.5 billion commitment to America's public schools.
Since he joined Mosaic in 2009, the Mosaic Villages Project has helped 300,000 smallholder farmers move from subsistence agriculture to a surplus in India, Guatemala and 7-African countries with crop yields increasing 5-times over traditional farmer practices.
Mosaic has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 150,000 tonnes annually; has been recognized by Corporate Responsibility Magazine as one of the Top -100 Corporate Citizens three years in row; and as one of the world's most ethical companies by the Ethisphere Institute.
Chris was born in Dublin Ireland and is a graduate of the Quinn School of Business at University College Dublin.
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