[MINICONFERENCE] SUSTAINABLE LIFE DESIGN ACROSS GENERATIONS
How can juniors & seniors take sustainable action in their (work)life?
Sustainable development is about passing on a better planet to future generations – but what about the current ones? And (how) can juniors and seniors design their work lives in support of sustainability throughout their careers and beyond? How can companies adjust their workplace efforts to accommodate across generations?
At The Social Business Club miniconference we explored practical cases and how-to insights into what sustainable life design looks like across generations. See full miniconference programme
Sustainable development is about passing on a better planet to future generations – but what about the current ones? Why do we only hear about Millennial work-life demands when talking about sustainability in the work place? What about the senior generations who care just as much?
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Sustainable Life Design Across Generations: An overview of why, what & how?
Get insights from the social business expert who provides an overview of key concepts, trends & cases.
Why is the concept of Work Life Design gaining foothold? What is the link to sustainability? And how are seniors, juniors and companies linking these two agendas? Tania Ellis gives an overview of key concepts, trends and cases.
Millennials: How can you design a meaningful career?
Meet the millennial who quit his prestigious job in the financial sector to build a work life around his passion for sustainability.
When Varan turned 30, he decided to get off the corporate hamster wheel. Today he is building a meaningful career around his passion for sustainability. What are the pros and cons of designing your own work life? Varan shares his story and sustainable work life advice for juniors.
Seniors: How can you design a fulfilling work life beyond retirement?
Meet the senior who refused to retire and today is an active contributor to sustainable change projects worldwide.
With a life-long work experience from the UNDP, Danida and Rambøll, Lars refused to retire when he turned 68. Today he chairs Seniors Without Borders and is engaged in development projects worldwide. Lars shares his story and sustainable work life advice for seniors.
Companies: How can you design workplace efforts to meet sustainable work-life demands?
Get to know the corporation that designs sustainability programmes to engage both juniors and seniors.
Corporate Volunteering as senior and retiree, ‘Parent@IBM’ and ‘Option for Change’ are just a few of the many CSR and sustainability-related programmes that IBM offers its employees. But why is IBM doing all this, and how is IBM embracing both seniors and juniors in its engagement efforts?
THE SOCIAL BUSINESS CLUB
The Social Business Club is an open international network forum for professionals from around the world with an interest in innovative and sustainable business practices that create value for society and the bottom line – from CSR and social entrepreneurship to social innovation and shared value. The network is hosted by Tania Ellis, founder of The Social Business Company.