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Culture, Governance and Incentives


In the videos below, we explore; how organisations embrace the essential cultural and people aspects of addressing climate-related risks and opportunities; driving lasting behaviour change and empowering people as the advocates and enablers of climate strategy.

 

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The power of culture in navigating climate-related risks and opportunities

The ambition to contribute to a positive Paris-aligned climate has inspired many organisations to refocus their purpose on meaningful multi-stakeholder outcomes. This session will look at how organisations can harness the power of culture to motivate its people to achieve bold and inspiring outcomes, while facing the challenge of being diverted by shorter-term business results.

Marisa Hall, Co-Head, Thinking Ahead Institute - Willis Towers Watson

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The role of your people: driving lasting behaviour change

The success or failure of your climate strategy ultimately will rest on whether your people believe in it and are engaged in its success. We will talk about how to start influencing your culture in ways that encourage this belief and engagement – by listening to your employees and building on their feedback, and by introducing incentives that help align employee behaviour to support achievement of your objectives.

Alasdair Wood, Senior Director, Talent and Rewards - Willis Towers Watson

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Panel Discussion: People are the advocates and enablers of climate strategy

This panel discussion will focus on how organisations can build a climate-positive culture and engage employees in their journeys towards net-zero and a climate resilient future. We will ask companies about what they have tried and found successful and hear from advisory bodies about what they see as the most important milestones in embedding the right culture, incentives and people programmes.

Marisa Hall, Co-Head, Thinking Ahead Institute; Alasdair Wood, Senior Director - Willis Towers Watson. Wendy Cromwell, Vice Chair; Senior Managing Director - Wellington Management. Ben Pincombe, Head of Stewardship - UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). Sven Slavenburg, Head of Global Rewards - Philips.

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