March 22, 2018
NH Businesses for Social Responsibility’s 17th Annual Spring Conference
Concord, New Hampshire – On May 2, 2018 at Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH, Leith Sharp, Director of Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership at Harvard University’s Center for Health and the Global Environment, will be keynoting New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility 17th Annual Spring Conference, Lead the Change.
In her keynote, Unleashing Flow: The Future of Leadership, Sharp will challenge participants to restructure their understanding of leadership and organizational design. A radical transformation in how we operate and place ourselves in the world will allow us to focus on purpose driven ideas. These ideas will catapult businesses and organizations into leadership positions centerpieceing sustainability, while advancing innovation, adaptability, and empowerment.
NHBSR’s 17th Annual Spring Conference aims to convene, inspire, and support NH businesses and organizations to lead sustainability efforts throughout the state and will highlight successful local environmental and social initiatives during morning and afternoon breakout sessions.
Robert Craven, Joe Keefe, Mindy Lubber, Jesse Laflamme, Amy Labelle
A CEO panel led by Robert Craven of FoodState and featuring Joe Keefe of Impax Asset Management LLC/Pax World Funds, Mindy Lubber of Ceres, Jesse Laflamme of Pete & Gerry’s Organics, and Amy LaBelle of LaBelle Winery will share key insights into the challenges and opportunities they’ve experienced in leveraging their companies and organizations toward making a positive difference in our communities.
Spring Conference attendees will have a unique opportunity to learn from and connect with both international and local sustainability leaders. Breakout sessions throughout the day are designed to challenge and engage participants in how they think about and access the resources and approaches available to them to reach their sustainability goals. By building their skill-sets, knowledge base, and networks, attendees will be better able to affect meaningful change in their organizations and communities.
Register at: nhbsr.org/conference
For more information, contact Michelle Veasey at (603) 391-8472 or michelle@NHBSR.org
About New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility
NHBSR is a vibrant community of nearly 200 businesses, nonprofits, and governmental agencies working together to support sustainability efforts in New Hampshire. Since its inception in 2000, NHBSR’s instrumental role in driving Corporate Social Responsibility into the core of how NH companies do business is exemplified by its many services and programs, including: NHBSR’s Spring Conference, Community Roundtables, Sustainability Slam, partnership for Energy Week and, most recently, collaborative advocacy efforts that have brought together over 60 leading NH businesses in urging lawmakers to support policy for a clean energy environment.