Marjan will share how they tackled the crisis so far and the opportunities that arose.
Marjan van Loon is the President Director of Shell Netherlands. In her role as the CEO, van Loon is committed to contributing to the exciting challenges in energy, innovation and technology. Marjan will share what she - as an employer for more than 82 000 people in NL - has done to tackle the crisis, the interdependencies she had to manage, and what opportunities arose in these past six months. Shell is a board member of ICP.
Frits appeals for an active role of the City of Peace and Justice in fostering online accountability.
Frits Bussemaker is a vibrant community builder in the field of Peace, Justice and Security. Representing over 400 organisations - from small business, NGO’s and International Organisations - he shares his ideas on how ‘his sector’ can play an active role and make a positive difference. Frits brings to the ICP table the responsibility that lies within us - ‘The Hague’ - in fostering accountability in the digital age.
Leads employers to co-create ‘Places for Good’; safe, fun and healthy places beyond office walls.
As the director of the International Community Platform (ICP), Nicole puts the principle of employer-led change into practice. She’s very much inspired by Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever and co-initiator of Imagine saying:
‘Global government has broken. It's the duty of the private sector to fill that void. The world is changing and we need to reshape our business accordingly because business cannot succeed in societies that fail’.
Nicole leads employers to co-create ‘Places for Good’; safe, fun and healthy places beyond office walls.
Looks at the topic of “Covid19 and The City as a Campus: Shifting Purpose in Corporate Real Estate
From the perspective of an urbanist, Jorick Beijer looks at the topic of “Covid-19 and The City as a Campus: Shifting Purpose in Corporate Real Estate”. According to the latest KPMG Outlook, 69% of the CEO’s say they will be downsizing office space. How can we turn this redundant square meters into spaces for good.
Will discuss how this crisis has impacted assessing levels of innovation and competitiveness
Prof. Bruno Lanvin from INSEAD is a thought leader, author and entrepreneur whose work on Global Talent Competitiveness (GTC) and Innovation (GII) have inspired the world. During the conference, he will discuss how this crisis has impacted on assessing levels of innovation and competitiveness. Some criteria gained weight, others lost.
Sara amplifies the voice of professionals that have to navigate the uncertainty of our post-covid age.
Sara amplifies the voice of professionals that have to navigate the uncertainty of our post-covid age. Even for a digital native, the transition to entirely online work can be challenging - what does it look like to enter the new office without ever setting a foot outside your bedroom. Having no access to begin her Master’s at Johns Hopkins University this year, the Finn swapped her ticket from Washington to The Hague. She signed in for an alternative adventure, to convert the ICP mission into a growing business community.
Marcus will take us on a vigorous journey of re-imagining placemaking in post-covidean times.
Marcus Andersson knows what it takes to make a place attractive. As an expert, researcher and thought leader in the field of place branding, talent and business attraction, Marcus will take us on a vigorous journey of re-imagining placemaking in post-covidean times.
PROGRAM ICP CC 2020
During the ICP Captains’ Conference 2020 the international business community will share what they’ve done so far to tackle the crisis, how employer-led collaboration is crucial for arriving at the ‘Intelligent Re-Opening’ and an improved post Covid-19 society.
Did the employers find opportunities in this adversity?
The crisis puts pressure on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The City of Peace & Justice has built a reputation in fostering accountability in the digital age. Are we willing to turn up our efforts for a safer, more just, and equitable world?
The employers will invite the other stakeholders at the table too – leaders from the government, the service industry, media, global talent, and knowledge institutes – to address the interdependencies on the road to a new and more resilient economy.
Places attract talent. But, the crisis has an impact on the meaning of ‘Place’. Exactly how? What criteria moved up in the talent attraction & innovation rankings? And, now employees turned their bedrooms into new remote workplaces, How to use the ‘redundant’ office space for good?
The dialogue will touch upon new leadership skills required to manage the emergent complexities, nurture ecosystems and strengthen good governance.
The ultimate goal is to accelerate the transition towards ‘Places for Good’: inclusive, resilient and sustainable cities and regions that enable purpose-first businesses and the societies they serve.
….. with best practices from the international business community working towards an Intelligent Re-opening and Recovery…. beyond their office walls.
…. by our guests at the table – leaders from business, government, the service industry, media, global talent and knowledge institutes. Gain insights into how they manage their interdependencies to increase well-being in the communities they serve.
…. to become steward for New Hague. Because…businesses cannot thrive in societies that fail. Join the employer-led transition towards ‘Places for Good’.