Employee Engagement: The Missing Link for driving Corporate Climate Action

Join us for a panel discussion as part of the New York City Climate Week on the role of employees in building sustainable organizations.

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Are your employees an untapped resource that could help fuel the transition of your company towards a sustainable future? And if so, how can you best engage them to take planet action that benefits the planet, the company, and themselves?
We are excited to join the Climate Week New York City with a panel discussion on employee engagement and sustainability featuring:

Martin Vogl, Sustainability Change Agent and Senior Product Coordinator at AUDI AG

Matheus Campos, Partnerships Manager and Member of a planetgroup at Savings United

Pauline Jouy, Global Talent Development Manager, SUEZ Group, and Yoann Christoph, Senior Management Consultant, both Co-Founders of LES COLLECTIFS, a French network to accelerate the ecological and social transition of companies from the inside, notably by groups of committed employees.

With all four panelists we will share and review ideas, experiences, and best practice on:

WHY corporates should be involving their employees – at every level and role – in their current or proposed activities to build sustainable practices into their business model;
WHAT companies are already doing to facilitate and support employee engagement around climate action, through so-called ‘green teams’ or ‘planetgroups’;
HOW you can harness the energy and motivation of your employees to take planet action in the workplace.
This discussion will be facilitated by Tim Riedel, Founder and CEO of planetgroups*.
*planetgroups is a non-profit consultancy supporting employee-driven climate action in the workplace. Please find more details about us at https://planetgroups.net

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Date

Sep 23 2021
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Time

11:00 am - 12:00 pm