Leading Employee Practices for Sustainability: Performance Incentives & Alignment
Thursday, July 28, 2011
11:00 AM-12:30 PM PT / 2:00-3:30 PM ET
AltaTerra Online Briefing
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Employee Practices for Sustainability:
Performance Incentives & Alignment
Suzanne Fallender,Director of CSR Strategy & Communications, Intel
Leilani Latimer, Director of Sustainability Initiatives, Sabre Holdings
Jackie Pitera, Senior Analyst, AltaTerra Research
briefing, the first in a three-part series, will address policies and practices
for integrating sustainability into day-to-day operations. Specifically, the session will focus on
methods for aligning employee engagement and behaviors with the sustainability
goals of organization. Examples that will be discussed include employee performance
incentive structures and alignment and software tools to increase employee
awareness and change behaviors.
- Suzanne Fallender, Director of CSR Strategy &
Communications at Intel Corporation will describe how performance incentives related
to sustainability have been successfully integrated into Intel’s employee bonus
program, why this is strategic for their business, implementation challenges,
lessons learned, and results to date.
- Leilani Latimer, Director of Sustainability Initiatives at Sabre Holdings, will describe their Sabre Holdings' education and engagement program around
sustainability, how and why they are using Angel Points software as a tool, and
program successes and challenges.
- Jackie Pitera, Senior Analyst at AltaTerra Research, will
provide background into strategies for employee engagement for sustainability
including current statistics on how engaged employees have better morale and
are more productive.
Who Should Attend
- HR professionals
- CSR/Sustainability professionals
- EHS professionals
- Green team members
- Corporate executives
- Clean technology product and service providers
- Consultant and academic professionals
Leading Employee Practices for Sustainability Series
New practices, policies and tools for employee engagement are all playing a role in meeting the organization’s strategic sustainability objectives. These efforts include employee performance management, sustainability training, benefits programs, and broad employee engagement in resource efficiency. In
addition, these are helping to create a culture of awareness and innovation, and
better to attract, retain, and tap into the ideas of top talent. Organizations find themselves at very different
points, in terms of identifying and incorporating new practices for sustainability.
entitled "Leading Employee Practices for
Sustainability”, presents a variety of employee engagement approaches and
examples from leading organizations. The
series offers useful information for those looking to expand employee roles in
institutionalizing sustainability in day-to-day business practices, as well as
those who are just beginning in this process.
- How have leading organizations structured and aligned performance
incentives to incorporate sustainability? How effective are performance
incentives in engaging employees in sustainability?
- How can employees support organizational sustainability? How
can employee "green team” members be "agents of change” for sustainability?
- What data is available to support the claim that
sustainability contributes positively to employee recruitment and retention?
That ‘engaged’ employees have higher morale and productivity?
- What information solutions are available to help engage
employees in sustainability and support behavior change? How have leading
organizations implemented these solutions? What are the benefits and challenges
and what have they achieved?
- What types of green benefits are currently available? How
have they been implemented by leading organizations? What have been the
successes and challenges?
About the Presenters
Suzanne Fallender is Intel’s Director of CSR Strategy & Communications. Suzanne manages the production of Intel’s annual corporate responsibility report and works with a number of groups across the company to integrate corporate responsibility information into both internal and external communications. Suzanne has more than 14 years of experience in the fields of corporate responsibility and corporate governance research and communications. Previously, Suzanne was Vice President at Institutional Shareholder Services (now RiskMetrics Group), where she was director of the company’s socially responsible investing group.
Suzanne has an M.B.A. from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Outside Intel, Suzanne enjoys photography, music and the Phoenix Suns and currently serves on the board of directors of the Tempe Community Council and Arizona Businesses Advancing Sustainability.
Leilani C. Latimer is an innovative professional
with proven expertise in corporate sustainability, global strategy, marketing
and business transformation. Ms Latimer leads Global Sustainability Initiatives
for Sabre Holdings, the world’s leading
provider of high-performance travel solutions. She develops and directs the
company’s strategy and initiatives in collaboration with business leaders
across the corporation; Sabre Travel Network, Sabre Airline Solutions, Sabre
Hospitality Solutions and Travelocity.
Jaclyn Pitera is a senior analyst at AltaTerra Research. She has advised firms in developing their sustainability strategy and implementation plans, particularly regarding carbon footprint mitigation, energy efficiency, green building, sustainable material sourcing, employee behavior change, and marketing and communications, generating for client firms documented cost savings, competitive differentiation, and risk mitigation. She has also advised start-up companies in the green building and energy efficiency industries, providing strategy development, industry and market analysis, and product life cycle analysis. Prior to AltaTerra, Jaclyn was a sustainable business consultant for Williams-Sonoma, Business for Social Responsibility, H&M, Cummins, and JBG, a real estate developer in the Washington D.C. area. Jaclyn holds an MBA, a master of science in sustainable systems, and bachelor of science in biology from the University of Michigan.
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Thursday, July 28, 2011
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About AltaTerra Research Briefings
AltaTerra Research is a research and consulting firm focused on sustainable business and the enterprise marketplace for clean technology solutions. AltaTerra briefings offer executive-level education in an interactive format, with online slide presentations by qualified experts, followed by an open forum for questions and discussion. They provide a vehicle for communication between attendees, speakers and analysts, cultivate discussion about published research, and provide catalysts for further research.
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