WORKSHOP

Emerging Regenerative Governance Models

As climate change continues to accelerate, reporting and regulatory requirements do as well. Rather than see this as simply a compliance exercise, organizations have the opportunity to set ambitious goals which will enable them to lead in the transition to a multi-stakeholder, regenerative economy. This session will explore emerging approaches, tools and resources that can be used to maximize organizational purpose while meeting the increasingly complex demands of multiple stakeholders, from financial to regulatory to community.

Bring your lived examples of ‘mission drift,' pressure to pivot, short-term profitability at the expense of long-term resilience, and whatever else you are dealing with as you try to position your organization to thrive, not just survive, in an increasingly multi-stakeholder environment. We’ll facilitate a robust discussion and share examples of how others are successfully navigating this transition. Please join us!

Speakers
MaryJo Cook
MaryJo Cook
Chair of the Board of Directors
Ganaz, Inc.
Kevin Gangel
Kevin Gangel
Co-Founder & CEO
Unstoppable Conversations
Shawn Hesse
Shawn Hesse
Community Engagement Manager
International Living Future Institute
Pamela Wilhelms
Pamela Wilhelms
Owner
Wilhelms Consulting Group
Mike Wallace
Mike Wallace
SVP of Strategic Market Engagement
Persefoni
Monday 18th October
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Location
Sunset Ballroom - Room 5

Attendee Types
On-Site Attendee

Session ID
SB21-FLAG-WS2C