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On Location: Center for Social Impact


DRIVING BUSINESS VALUE & COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH SOCIAL IMPACT

Thank you to everyone who joined us for making this event a huge success!

We know it makes sense. A diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace improves a company's ethical or social impact.   Sustainability initiatives can add benefits across the business. “Doing good” may be an excellent serotonin boost, but more importantly in business, it drives value and competitive advantage.
 
Join us in New York on November 9th for a 'Meeting of the Minds' one-day event that will address the what, the why and the how of social impact programs including:
  • Practices from Impact Sourcing Trailblazers
  • ESG: From Rhetoric to Reality
  • Supporting the Workforce of Tomorrow through Social Impact
  • What to Ask and How to Respond: Social Impact in Outsourcing Contracts
  • Open Discussion and Sharing of Insights

We'll cap off the day with a networking cocktail reception.  We hope you’ll join us.

 
 

AT-A-GLANCE

10:00 AM
10:15 AM
11:15 AM
11:30 AM
12:45 PM
2:00 PM
3:15 PM
3:30 PM

4:45 PM
5:00 PM

Welcome and Introduction of the Center for Social Impact  
Leading with the "S" in ESG: Practices from Impact Sourcing Trailblazers
Refreshment Break
ESG: From Rhetoric to Reality and What we Need to Know Now
Networking Luncheon
Supporting the Workforce of Tomorrow through Social Impact
Refreshment Break
Open Dialogue: What to Ask and How to Respond: Social Impact in Outsourcing Contracts
Closing Comments, Thank You, and Next Steps
Networking Cocktail Reception
                                *All times listed are reflected in EST time

 

PROGRAM

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION OF THE CENTER FOR SOCIAL IMPACT 

        

Event Host: Neil Hirshman, COP, Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP
and IAOP's CEO, Debi Hamill

LEADING WITH THE 'S' IN ESG: PRACTICES FROM IMPACT SOURCING TRAILBLAZERS

What’s happening in Impact Sourcing? Where are we going? Who is succeeding and why do I need to Care? Learn from some of the best in becoming a socially-responsible business of the future, addressing business practices for "customers of the future", and doing well by doing good in the process.

        

'Moderated by: Debi Hamill, CEO, IAOP
Panelists:

  • Dan Lang, Senior Vice President, Sutherland
  • Hanae Chino, ESG Strategy Director, Webhelp
  • Martin Wilkinson-Brown, Chief Marketing Officer, Sitel Group 
  • Jeff Metz, Vice President, Eclaro
  • Todd Jensen, Founder, Jensen Insight and Formerly with the World Bank and Ancestry

 

ESG: FROM RHETORIC TO REALITY AND WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW NOW

This panel discussion will provide a global view of the purpose-built business and the importance of ESG. What are the stakeholders asking? What are the compliance and regulatory requirements and how is this driving talent acquisition in the new generation? Where is your organization in this journey? Come prepared to ask questions and share your views.

          

Moderated by: Atul Vashistha, COP, CEO, Neo Group and Supply Wisdom
Panelists:
 
  • Fanny Charrier, Director, ESG, Crédit Agricole CIB
  • Michael Nacarato, COP, IAOP Buy-Side Ambassador
  • Anupam Govil, Managing Partner, Avasant, and board member, Avasant Foundation
  • James Donovan, CEO, ADEC Innovations and Chairman, Global CEO Alliance 
  • Kerry Hallard, CEO, GSA-UK

SUPPORTING THE WORKFORCE OF TOMORROW THROUGH SOCIAL IMPACT 

Much can be done and so many are succeeding at addressing the talent crises while supporting the workforce of tomorrow through social impact and we all benefit.  How?

  • Through the mentoring of college students in underserved communities, GMI connects students and professionals around the world to create an ecosystem of opportunity.
  •  Through the Tent Partnership for Refugees' impact sourcing initiative, Tent aims to scale job creation for refugees by encouraging BPO service providers and their multinational clients to hire refugees.
  • Through the Kelly Equity@Work initiatives which include, discussing outdated policies and procedures, education requirements, second chance employment hiring and connecting underleveraged talent pools with work
  • Through ScaleHub’s human-in-the-loop crowdsourcing approach and impact sourcing initiatives
  • Through Kirkland & Ellis’ engagement with a service provider bringing neurodivergent individuals into the workforce

          

Moderated By:   Debi Hamill, CEO, IAOP
Panelists:

  • Jon Browning, CEO of the Global Mentorship Initiative
  • Ileana Cruz-Marden, Deputy Director of the Tent Partnership for Refugees
  • Pam Sands, Vice President of Product Management and Partnerships at Kelly Serivces
  • Susanne Richter-Wills, VP of Partnerships EMEA, ScaleHub
  • Michael Slago, Director of Risk Management at Kirkland & Ellis

OPEN DIALOGUE: WHAT TO ASK AND HOW TO RESPOND, SOCIAL IMPACT IN OUTSOURCING CONTRACTS 

In this open and hands-on session, we will explore data and examples where impact sourcing is measured as a requirement in outsourcing contracts; selecting the right partners; navigating and influencing procurement budgets in support of impact sourcing; how can social ROI become part of RFP/RFQs?  Come prepared to participate!  Together we may solve something today.

    

Facilitated by: 

  • Dan Lang, Senior Vice President, Sutherland
  • Todd Jensen, Founder, Jensen Insight and formerly with the World Bank and Ancestry

 

 

 

 

 

 

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