1600 – 1730

WEDNESDAY  JUNE 8th 1600  WORKSHOPS
A3 1600 Leadership Aran  Room
Leo Sonneveld Interconnected Leadership for Integrity Chairman of the Interconnectedness Foundation, Netherlands
Justine Lutterodt Ethical Leadership – New Approach Psychologist; Director, Centre for Synchronous Leadership, London, UK
Ganesh Nathan Self-respect as a foundation to integrate integrity in responsible leadership Lectures in Business, Ethics and International Politics at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and private business schools in Lausanne and Zurich. Author of Social Freedom in a Multicultural State
B3 1600  Sustainability / Tourism Tory Room
Lilian Wanderley Sustainable Tourism – Tourism Destination Image on the Web: proposing, applying and discussing a framework Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands
Jim Wishloff Integrity of Creation as a Theme of Catholic Social Thought: A Catholic Vision of Sustainable Development Professor and award-winning teacher at the University of Lethbridge in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Lilian Wanderley Sustainability in Tourism Destination Image on the Web: An Analysis of Tourism Destination Websites Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands
C3 1600 Media & Compliance Gold Room
Sandrine Henneron Marc de  Bourmont Violation of law vs. compliance: A cost-benefit arbitrage illustrated by the case of the French Tabloids Sandrine is Associate Professor in Business Law & Marc Professor in Accounting  at Rouen Business School, France
Björn Fasterling Seeking legitimacy through complying with corporate governance codes – An analysis of ‘comply or explain’ disclosures by companies in the French SBF 120 Professor of Law, EDHEC Business School, Lille, France
Anna Heikkinen Conventionalist Analysis of Corporate Responsibility in Press Releases University of Tampere, Finland
D3 1600 Stakeholders Green Room
Antonio Argandoña Stakeholder Theory and Value Creation “La Caixa” Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance, IESE, University of Navarra, Barcelona
Julia Roloff Managing Businesses with a Strong Community Impact by Strengthening Stakeholder Ties Professor at the ESC Rennes School of Business, Department of Management and Organisation, Rennes, France
David Bamber External Stakeholder Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility Psychologist & Senior Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University Business School, Liverpool, UK


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