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Keynote lecture: Delivering transformational change with high impact leadership, Cambridge, 15 October 2019

Keith Tuffley will provide inspiring leadership lessons from his extensive global career working in senior positions across sectors, from investment banking to NGOs, as well as the personal lessons he has learned from extreme adventures undertaken to promote global sustainability, such as skiing to the North Pole and cycling to the South Pole.
When Oct 15, 2019
from 06:45 PM to 07:45 PM
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The session includes observations on why we need to align business purpose with wider societal purpose and why organisations need to adopt a much more collaborative approach in order to achieve systems change.

This lecture is part of our Rewiring Leadership for High Impact Sustainability Leadership Lab, a two-day short course that helps develop individuals who can lead with purpose and high impact in response to some of the most pressing leadership challenges and opportunities facing business and society. The lecture will be followed by a gala dinner at Madingley Hall.

Attendance at the lecture is free but places are limited and online registration essential. Existing CISL Network members can also email labs@cisl.cam.ac.uk to register to attend the gala dinner. Please note there is a cost to attend the gala dinner.

About Keith

Keith TuffleyKeith Tuffley is Vice Chairman for Citi, Australia & NZ, and Senior International Adviser. He provides advice to CEOs, CFOs, and Boards on transitioning their businesses towards a net-zero emissions and 100% sustainable future.

Keith’s previous roles include Founder of NEUW Ventures, an impact investment company creating and financing new businesses whose core purpose is to reduce the human ecological footprint. Keith was CEO of The B Team, an NGO comprising a group of prominent CEOs, entrepreneurs, & civil society leaders who advocate for the positive role that business can play in solving many global challenges. He was also Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking in Australasia and later Head of Industrials in EMEA for Goldman Sachs.

He is the Chairman of the Global Footprint Network, Governor of WWF-Australia, Global Ambassador to the Wilderness Foundation Global, Senior Advisor to WILD11, and a member of the Rewilding Europe Circle. He was previously a Director of the GBR Foundation, Bush Heritage Australia, and We Mean Business.

A keen adventurer and explorer, Keith has ventured to many of the great destinations on Earth, including skiing to the North Pole, cycling to the South Pole, climbing most of the 4,000m peaks in the Alps and sailing to the Antarctic Peninsula. All of these adventures have been undertaken to promote global sustainability.

Date

Tuesday 15 October 2019

Time

18.45 – 19.45

Location

Madingley Hall


 

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