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  • THE SIXLEY SESSIONS: HOW 'GOOD BUSINESS' BECAME GOOD FOR BUSINESSWEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER

    Breakfast Briefing
    8.15am for 8.30am Start – Ends 9.30am
    The Loft

     

    For the past 50 years, shareholder profit has been the overriding factor in the way businesses work, think and hire. But, with today’s consumer responsibility replacing yesterday’s consumerism, businesses are increasingly looking to be ‘good citizens’ and reflect the culture and issues that matter most to their customers and employees alike.

     

    In this session we ask those at the heart of the values-based revolution how delivering on good business – despite the associated costs – became good for business.


    Hosted by:
    Paul Naha-Biswas, CEO of Sixley


    Moderator:
    Piers Marmion, former CEO of Heidrick & Struggles

    Panelists:
    Keith Underwood, COO of Channel 4
    Louise Johnson
    , CEO of Fuse, Omnicom’s partnerships and experience agency
    David Jones, Head of Leadership, Learning, Talent & Culture at Barclays

     

    The Sixley Sessions have been set up by the talent recommendations platform, Sixley.com, to explore the challenges facing talent leaders today. With a senior audience, these ‘behind closed doors’ sessions look at how business is adapting to change and what it means for leadership, organisation and talent.

     

    This event is free to members and their guests. Complimentary tea, coffee and pastries will be served prior to the talk.

     
    To be added to the guest list please contact Charlotte