Are you involved in appointing senior leaders in your organization? We are inviting Supervisory Board Members, CEOs, HR professionals and other senior executives to join this interactive session on the characteristics of sustainable business leaders. Our speaker Hans Reus co-authored the new report ‘Leadership for the Decade of Action’, a study by United Nations Global Compact and executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates. This webinar is a unique opportunity to discuss the report with Hans and the other participants, and to ask questions. You will learn more about the importance of sustainable leadership and how you can implement it in your organization.
About Leadership for the Decade of Action
This report is based on recent in-depth interviews and background analyses on a group of 55 sustainability pioneers: Chief Executive Officers and Board Members from across continents and industries who are making progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals in tandem with commercial results. Leaders on boards and in the C-suite have a huge opportunity to make sustainability central to their organization’s culture and leadership, yet only in 4% per cent of non-executive and senior executive appointments is sustainable leadership a requirement.
What organizations require when they select new leaders (be they internal or external) has major consequences for the company’s strategy and culture. This report identifies the differentiating characteristics of sustainable business leaders, and offers practical recommendations how to implement them in your company.
About Hans Reus
Hans Reus is a Managing Director with executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates. He advises global, European and Dutch clients with identifying, assessing, appointing and retaining top-tier executives and non-executives. Hans also co-leads the firm’s activities regarding sustainable leadership, and guides clients as they build growing, profitable businesses in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. He is based in Amsterdam.
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