Shanghai Executive Breakfast Invitation: Internal Engagement

This session, we will be exploring the challenges that firms face after they have developed the vision, created the strategy, and now need to develop support from within the business to carry out the mission.

A challenge that many would say is one of the greatest firms face, particularly given the fact that to change the product or process of the firm it requires a change of people, and to help us get an insider perspective on this topic we have invited Mr. Roy Zhang, the Director of UTC Community Affairs/CSR, Asia.

As the Director of UTC Community Affairs/CSR, Asia, Mr. Roy Zhang is responsible for developing the multi-year community affairs and CSR strategy, responsible supply chain management, internal and external stakeholder engagement, CSR reporting, corporate fund management and strategic employee volunteer management.

Before joining UTC, Roy served as the Senior Manager of Global Citizenship & Policy for Abbott Laboratories China. There, he has developed a local five-year corporate citizenship plan, succeeded at cross-function integration of CSR programs, and built a successful corporate citizenship communications strategy. Prior to Abbott, Roy was an Internal Communications and CSR Manager at SAP Labs China, with over 12 year experience in the area of corporate communication, CSR, sustainability, government and community relations.

As with our previous workshops, we will be using case studies and scenarios to provide practical lessons for how to move strategically on these issues.

Date: September 15th, 2015
Time: 8:30 am
Location: Haworth Showroom, Jing’An Kerry Centre, Tower 1, 32F, 1515 West Nanjing Road, Shanghai

As with previous sessions, we will be sending out a small pre-read with questions, and hope that you will spend 15-20 minutes to read and consider.

If you would please send your RSVP by next Thursday (September 3rd, 2015) that would be greatly appreciated. Please also let me know if you require vegetarian food or have any allergies.