WEBINAR MAY 28, 2021 Compassionate Leadership for the Age of Radical Interconnectedness

Nobel Peace Prize laureates
in dialogue with Global Sustainability Leaders

A series of dialogues starting on May 28, 2021

First Dialogue:
The supply chain of gratitude

Kailash Satyarthi, Nobel Peace Laureate 2014
Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever, Chair of IMAGINE,
In conversation with youth and business leaders

In collaboration with our partners and as part of GII’s Compassion Leadership flagship, we have created a series of dialogues that will take place over the course of the next months, next to that we are also working on developing a Future Planet Accelerator focused on students and young professionals. The Accelerator is aimed at cultivating the necessary leadership and sustainability-skills to accelerate the changes that are needed to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals and EU Green Deal, given that we are moving into the age of radical interconnectedness.

The first dialogue will take place on May 28th, 2021 as part of the Driving Systems Change – Corporate Leadership for the Sustainable Development. Goals organized by the Rotterdam School of Management in collaboration with the Garrison Institute Internationalthe European Platform for Compassionate Leadership, PeaceJam and Flow Impact Fund.

This dialogue will be focused on the supply chain of gratitude, discussing how the global economy is highly connected, yet also highly unfair and unsustainable. Our keynote speakers will laid down the ground for the conversation and during the panel discussion we be addressing what is needed from a leadership and consumer perspective to create change.

For more information about the dialogues’ series and accelerator, please download our flyer here.
Registration and programme for this event can be accessed here.

Although you register for the entire event, you can then decide for yourself which day and/or session you want to attend!
This means that you can attend just one day or a few sessions; registration for the full 3 days does not mean that you must attend all 3 days. 

Event information

Supply Chain of Gratitude Dialogue
May 28th, 2021
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm CEST
Online

 

PROGRAMME

Moderator: Sander Tideman, Garrison Institute International

3:00PM–3:40PM

Dialogue The Supply Chain of Gratitude

  • Kailash Satyarthi, Nobel Peace Laureate 2014
  • Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever, Chair of IMAGINE

3:40PM–4:30PM

Panel discussion Implications for Future Leadership

  • Kailash Satyarthi, Nobel Peace Laureate
  • Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever, Chair of IMAGINE
  • Heather Grabbe, Director, Open Society European Policy Institute
  • Shwetal Shah, Youth Representative, PeaceJam
  • Daan Stam, Professor of Innovation Management, Rotterdam School of Management

4:45PM–5:30PM

Breakout sessions

Breakout session 1: Public Leadership 

Expert lightning talks by:

  • Luce van Kempen, SER Crown memeber
  • Maresa Oosterman, Director SDG Netherlands

Discussion facilitation by PeaceJam European Youth Team in collaboration with students of Rotterdam School of Management

 

Breakout session 2: Business Leadership

Expert lightning talks by:

  • Hans Reus, Director Russel Reynolds
  • Edwin van Doorne, Director Global Supply Chain, Friesland Campina

Discussion facilitation by PeaceJam European Youth Team in collaboration with students of Rotterdam School of Management

 

Breakout session 3: Civic Leadership

Expert lightning talks by:

  • Tine de Moor, prof. Rotterdam School of Management, Social Enterprice
  • Werner Schouten, Young Climate Movement; #1 Trouw Sustainable 100

Discussion facilitation by PeaceJam European Youth Team in collaboration with students of Rotterdam School of Management

 

Registration and programme for this event can be accessed here.

Although you register for the entire event, you can then decide for yourself which day and/or session you want to attend!
This means that you can attend just one day or a few sessions; registration for the full 3 days does not mean that you must attend all 3 days.