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View from the Top Seminar Series

View from the Top Seminar Series “Business, Human Rights and Sustainability – a Roadmap to Prosperity”

Curtin University's Graduate School of Business has the pleasure of inviting you to attend a View from the Top Seminar Series event “Business, Human Rights and Sustainability – a Roadmap to Prosperityon Thursday 6 April 2017. The seminar will be presented by Dr Steve Lennon, President of the United Nations Association of Australia – Western Australia Division.

Steve will discuss the role of business values and culture in creating sustainable business models for the future. He will refer to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, explaining how these can be linked to business strategy with a view to enduring business excellence. Steve will apply his decades of experience in the power industry to illustrate how these principles can be applied to help put the sector on the road to sustainability.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about creating a sustainable business model and to network with fellow CGSB alumni, students and staff.

Event details

DATE Thursday 6 April 2017
TIME

5.30pm - 7pm

WHERE

Curtin Graduate School of Business
78 Murray St, Perth

TICKET Complimentary
RSVP Monday 3 April 2017

 

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About the speaker

Dr Steve Lennon, President of the United Nations Association of Australia – Western Australia Division.

Steve, a qualified scientist and engineer, is an experienced company director, having held Board positions on state and private companies and not for profit organisations in South Africa, Switzerland, Australia and the USA. He is currently Managing Director of Shanduvan (Pty) Ltd, a specialist energy, sustainability and strategy advisory service, based in Perth, providing high level advisory services in Southern Africa, Australia and the USA. He is also Chief Executive of SolaJoule Pty Ltd, an efficient lighting and point of use solar technology company.

For several years, Steve was Chairman of the National Advisory Council on Innovation – an advisory body to South Africa’s Minister of Science and Technology - as well as Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce’s Energy and Environment Commission.

In October 2016, Steve was elected President of the United Nations Association of Australia - Western Australia Division.