The event, held at the Getty Images Gallery in London, was Chaired by Zoe Amar (Lasa) who kept the debate on track. On the panel were Nigel Homer (The Environment Council), Javed Khan (Victim Support), Kate Bull (The People's Supermarket), and Oliver Howard (Scope). Penelope Gibbs (Prison Reform Trust) spoke on the ins and outs of CEO/Chair relationships.
Nigel Homer spoke of engaging stakeholders on a broader change agenda - in which you involve people more closely in designing a shared future.
Commenting on The Environment Council's work to deliver Defra's Sustainable Lifestyles Framework, Nigel said that this approach has applications for all organizations, whether focused on sustainability or not.
At the heart are fundamental drivers of human behaviour. If you you want your stakeholders to support a particular direction or policy you have to encourage and enable people to feel a part of the journey and that their role is important and has real impact.
A report on the event is found at the Knowledge Peers site.