Webinar: Siloed or Central? How to Activate Entire Organizations on Sustainability Goals

Oct 11, 2022, noon-1 pm CT
Register here.

Over the past few years, sustainability and ESG functions have evolved from siloed departments to core functions that are integrated across all aspects of a business. Success requires making sustainability part of everyone’s job. That is why it’s so important to educate and empower employees to bring their company’s purpose and commitments to life – and inspire others in the broader stakeholder community to join them in driving meaningful progress.

What does it take? Join MetLife for a one-hour webcast to explore how the 154-year-old financial services company is embedding sustainability into its business priorities, policies and products across 40+ global markets to meet evolving needs and achieve ambitious goals.

Among the things you’ll learn:

  • Strategies for engaging and empowering teams to achieve meaningful progress on sustainability commitments
  • Benefits of tailoring global goals to department and regional levels, including broader ownership and new learning opportunities
  • How to tap natural interests and collaborate cross-functionally to leverage diverse perspectives and approaches

Moderator

  • Joel Makower, Co-Founder & Chairman, GreenBiz Group

Speakers

  • Jon Richter, Chief Sustainability Officer, MetLife
  • Calvin Loke, Director, HR, Chief of Staff Office, MetLife
  • Tia Hodges, Head of Corporate Giving & Employee Volunteerism, MetLife

If you can’t tune in live, please register and GreenBiz will email you a link to access the webcast recording and resources, available to you on-demand after the live webcast.

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