The importance of building trust with customers – and employees – to ensure sustainability of a business in an age of disruption was a theme common to all presentations at our Leadership series on Strategies for Sustainability: Doing more to beat the Odds.

Dame Therese Walsh

As Chair of TVNZ, and ex-CEO of Rugby and Cricket World cups, Dame Therese Walsh had a wealth of exciting images and sporting triumphs to draw her analogies … Read More

Sam Stubbs

Sam Stubbs…. on four pillars of Sustainability. The purpose of Simplicity is to provide people with Dignity in retirement by giving them choices – choices in … Read More

Jodie King

Air New Zealand aims to “supercharge” New Zealand’s success socially, environmentally and economically. Jodie King focused on the people side of sustainability and outlined the diversity and … Read More

Andrew Grant

In one leap, Andrew Grant took us from local to global, then from warnings to encouragement. Frighteningly, he showed how our current 7.6 billion population is … Read More

June McCabe

June McCabe brought her own personal taonga – a fossilised pupu harakeke (flax snail) in a beautiful kauri box – to illustrate her story of a Te Tai … Read More