Published May 18, 2017

Next-Generation Leadership in the Circular Economy – How should it look like?

Organiser: NELIS Nordics
Date & Time: Wednesday 7 June at 12.00-17.30
Location: HUB13, Kaisaniemenkatu 13, 00100 Helsinki

Registration and updated agenda: through here or email Jovin Hurry at jovin.hurry@nelis2020.net by 5.6.2017  (max. 20 participants)

Description: Decision-makers echo in a common voice the need for “next generation leadership” with the willingness to make decisions on the basis of sustainability. Yet, little or not enough is done to sharpen a talent pool ready to ride the numerous opportunities and tackle the wicked challenges the circular economy brings along. This afternoon’s curated gathering of practitioners, policy makers and entrepreneurs will allow them to dissect and deep dive into a topic that keeps most CEOs awake at night.

About NELIS (Next Leaders’ Initiative for Sustainability): http://nelis2020.net/. Base: Japan.
Partners: NELIS, GOInternational Finland, Toshiba International Foundation

Detailed programme:

12.00-13.00 Registration & Networking Buffet Lunch @Restaurant
13.00-14.30 – Opening remarks by Jovin Hurry, Core Team Member of NELIS Global and Leader of NELIS Nordics
– World Cafe: “Leadership in the Circular Economy: What have we got so far?”
CEOs of start-up companies discuss their current leadership models for the circular economy.
14.30-15.00 Refreshment Break – Tea & Cakes for the Soul
15.00-15.20 Keynote address
15.30-17.00 Panel: “Future Design of Next-Generation Leadership: Thinking of the Impossible”
5 speakers on their struggles to lead through demanding times in the circular economy
17.00-17.30 Wrap up, end and networking drinks @Hub13

Contact: Jovin Hurry, NELIS Nordics, jovin.hurry@nelis2020.net, +358 46 590 4944