Culture Amp's Climate Crisis ERG director ++ B-Corp lead Harry Goldman and GIKI's Co-Founder James Hand.
What does means to be a B Corp and how do you start the journey? Harry will discuss his role as B Corp lead and Culture Amp's focus on sustainability.
James's company GIKI has a personal and corporate tools to help you live and work more sustainably. Giki Zero Pro is an employee sustainability programme that helps individuals who want to reduce their carbon footprint and helps companies who want to engage staff on ESG issues and measure the impact of their actions.
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Sonja chapter lead and founder of The More Human Company will provide insights and tools to manage eco-anxiety. All to prevalent today, it is hard to move into action when we are freaking out about the world as it stands.
This interactive event will start with a discussion on how to engage your leaders in the discussion. How to use the GIKI tool to understand your own carbon footprint and start the conversation at work.
We all have a role to play.
Giki, which stands for Get Informed Know Your Impact, was established in 2017 and is a social enterprise based in the UK. Its Giki Zero online tool helps individuals tackle the root causes of their environmental impact by helping them understand, track and reduce their carbon footprint with personalised steps to plan out their path to net zero.
Passionate about supporting companies to engage their teams on climate change and sustainability
Culture Amp Climate Crisis ERG director ++ B-Corp lead
Empowering companies to measure & improve employee engagement & performance with more humanity
Sonja has recovered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which led her down the path of wellbeing. First, to put herself back together and then to support others. The shorthand version of the more human company is don’t burnout and don’t be an asshole!
She is a positive psychology coach, emotional culture deck certified facilitator, yoga, meditation and breathwork teacher. She uses her business background as well as recent discoveries in neuroscience to create unique programs and coaching with practical tools and techniques.
She is a straight-talking Scot with a slight coffee addiction, a love for red lipstick and stationery. Smiling makes everything better.
Ramita enjoys working with leaders to help them create and maintain a healthy work environment where talents can flourish and be their best in what they do. Merging my professional experience of working in the public and private sector, I help people leaders to be aware of wellbeing, environmental and social governance while working with people.
Nowadays, people are collaborating, connecting and coordinating at a pace or scale never experienced before. Navigating through change and adapting to it has become essential for everyone at and beyond the workplace. My aim is to create an inspiring vision for change and be an active agent for the future of work.