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Post-COVID Strategies for a Happy, Healthy & Sustainable Workplace

Day 1 - 5th Oct | 11:45 - 12:30

Location: Sustainable Communities Theatre

People & Purpose

Overview

In light of the challenges posed by COVID-19, companies have been adapting their business models, modes of operation and employee engagement practices to continue to thrive, with sustainability and health top of the agenda.

Learnings

  • Sustainability remains a key issue despite COVID-19 challenges
  • Health now seen as core to a successful business
  • Examples from these leading companies on how to achieve happy & healthy workplaces
  • Opportunities for Hong Kong to adopt new practices

Post Event Actions

  • Identify key challenges for your organisation in the COVID-19 context
  • Create a healthy workplace action plan
  • Bring sustainability and health issues into workplace discussions and lead by example to embed in the company culture

Speakers

MODERATOR

Derek Wu

Associate Director

GlobeScan

Derek Wu

Associate Director

GlobeScan

Denman Chan

Senior Director (Sales, Equality & Inclusion)

Procter & Gamble Hong Kong Ltd

Denman Chan

Senior Director (Sales, Equality & Inclusion)

Procter & Gamble Hong Kong Ltd

Denman is the Head of Sales at P&G Hong Kong & Macau, overseeing the Sales and Trade Marketing function. His extensive experiences cover different channels, categories and markets. Denman is also leading the regional Equality & Inclusion team, aspiring to create a world that everyone is valued, included and respected.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

Denman is passionate about embedding sustainability into a core business strategy, as a powerful force for good. He aspires advancing the local circular economy development, to stand against climate change.

Angus Slater

Managing Director

Bupa Hong Kong

Angus Slater

Managing Director

Bupa Hong Kong

Angus is currently the Managing Director of Bupa in Hong Kong. In this recent job role at Bupa, he is keen to turn Hong Kong business into a more sustainable business inside out. Before Bupa, Angus held various senior commercial and marketing positions, namely at Vodafone and Accenture.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

To reduce carbon footprint with plant-based meals 3 days a week, and make a wiser choice in transportation from reducing long haul flights to taking a bus to work.

Adrian Worth

Managing Director

DFI Retail Group - IKEA North Asia

Adrian Worth

Managing Director

DFI Retail Group - IKEA North Asia

Adrian Worth joined Dairy Farm IKEA as the General Manager of IKEA Taiwan in 2014. Before that he was the Managing Director and Supply Development Manager for Inter IKEA Distribution Far East for 1 year in Asia Pacific region and worked with IKEA Japan for 5 years in the commercial and logistics functions. He started his IKEA career in the UK in 1993 as Store Manager, after which he was in charge of the customer delivery service in Distribution Service Western Europe covering UK, Holland and Belgium.

Prior to his tenure with IKEA, Adrian worked within food retailing and supermarket operations in both UK and South Africa. This extensive retail experience in various roles enabled Adrian to lead the IKEA team in Taiwan to sustained growth for each of the past 6 years.

My Sustainability Goals for 2021:

The overall IKEA ambition is to become people and planet positive, and to inspire and enable the many people to live a better everyday life within the limited resources of the planet by 2030.

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