In April & May 2022, we launched our Spring Webinar series centred around the topic of ‘The Purpose Driven Business’.
Below, we have listed links to the three webinars which have now been converted into podcast form ready for your listening pleasure. We hope you enjoy!
The Purpose Driven Business – What does this really mean?
During this Podcast, we explore what it really means to be a purpose-driven business…
Claire Hamlin is joined by expert speakers Kate Adams, Advisor on Organisation Purpose, Performance & People to Execs & Boards and NED at the British Paralympic Association, Mary Pizzey, Research & Programmes Director at ReGenerate and Marcus Southon, Senior Sustainability Manager at Cazoo.
The value of corporate purpose is not a new phenomenon; however, the significance of purpose in today’s climate makes it an instrumental component, taking corporate responsibility way beyond traditional financial targets, ensuring organisations act as a force for customer, community, colleague and environmental good. Counter to some traditional ways of operating, it may dictate decisions that, in the short term, may negatively impact the bottom line, seeing corporates act, not only as vehicles of wealth creation but as instruments of global and national systems change.
Beyond CSR; Partnering with purpose
Continuing Q5’s theme of the quarter on the Purpose-Driven Business, in this Podcast, we explore the evolution of Corporate Social Responsibility. The evolution of CSR within organisations is not only a nice to have but also a necessity for organisations seeking to have purpose at their centre.
Olivia Taylor is joined by expert speakers Tamsyn Hanrahan, Head of Partnership Development at Save the Children UK, Ian Taylor, Researcher and Policy Associate at Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford and Andy Brown, Head of Sustainability at Anglian Water Services. Please join us for this Podcast where we explore the CSR trends our experts are seeing in both the charity and private sector and reflect on how strategic partnerships can collaboratively tackle some of the world’s big issues.
What makes a healthy culture?
In this podcast, we discuss how a healthy organisation culture drives performance, alignment and engagement and is a key differentiator for success. It enables businesses to accelerate the execution of their strategy and galvanise their people for the future.
Ann Paul & Pavlina Kouvela are joined by expert speakers Rachel Gidman, Executive Director of People and Culture at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and Sam Dunn, Business Psychologist, Organisation Development Consultant & Founder of Ealing Partners who will share their top tips and key watch-outs to drive and embed successful culture change.
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