Now that we’re getting off the couch after Covid-19, it’s time to get your business fit for the future. But what tool to use?
As we emerge from the Covid-19 crisis, Robert Perry looks at how our members are getting ready for “the new normal”.
We will be running a series of articles on practical ways to lead, adapt and build resilience during these uncertain times, while staying connected – at a distance.
The findings of New Zealand’s first survey into sustainability professionals were launched today in a collaboration between Oxygen Consulting, Sustainable Business Council, Sustainable Business Network and AUT University. Sarah Holden, author of the report, and Director of Oxygen Consulting, shares some of most interesting findings with us.
Nikki Wright, Wright Communications looks at the implications for sustainability from the latest Corporate Reputation Index.
Andrea Thompson from Catapult talks about creating magic in the zoom at this month’s SLP workshop
Jay Crangle caught up with SBC alumna Alison Herft this week to talk lockdown living and what consumers might be looking for post-Covid-19.
Diane Edwards shared some insights from Ports of Auckland’s journey with Robert Perry to shed some light on what’s likely to happen next and how business can prepare.
How do we forge a pathway towards sustainable, resilient, regenerative development that delivers positive impacts for people, planet and prosperity? Robert Perry reflects on the opportunity for us to show our collective leadership as businesses.
Or, how to move a big event online with very little notice.
Like a number of our members, working remotely has been the norm for SBC for quite some time. But it’s quite different when new ways of working are ‘must do’ rather than ‘personal choice’ while juggling the demands of family and living in our bubbles.
When life returns to normal, what will people remember? Hopefully that we did the right things, and we did them well.