Events

Upcoming events

Valuing diversity and building bridges

Join us on Wednesday 6th October from 5-6 pm for our panel event – Valuing diversity and building bridges – Dee Corrigan will be joined by three panellists, Samuel Okafor from NatWest, Alison Taylor, Ethical Systems and NYU Stern School of Business and Nick Dalton, Consultant and former E.V.P. H.R. at Unilever.

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Past events

Listen to, see recordings of, or read summaries of some of our events or webinars.

Purpose and everyday decision making

Hear Sue Garrard in conversation with Dee Corrigan discussing how purpose comes to life in organisations through the choices people make every day, drawing on her work with large multinational companies.

Watch this webinar on demand

Agitating for Change

Watch our panel event – Agitating for Change – hosted by Dee Corrigan with Jo Alexander, bp, Lydia Hascott, Finance Innovation Lab, and Rishi Madlani, NatWest Group who discuss how they facilitate and enable change within organisations, their experiences, and their practical advice for others, before opening the discussion to attendees. 

Watch this webinar which was held on 31st March 2021

Profit and purpose – in practice

Hear Alex Edmans in conversation with Dee Corrigan discussing the practical challenges businesses face, drawing on Blueprint’s engagements with FTSE 100 companies.

Watch this webinar which was held on 24th February 2021

What if business could help solve the greatest problems of our time?

Harvard Business School Professor, Rebecca Henderson speaks to Blueprint CEO Charles Wookey to discuss her new work, Blueprint’s role and how companies are putting purpose into practice. 

Watch this webinar which was held on  10 September 2020

Purpose for PLCs – Time for Boards to focus?

Charles chairs a discussion between Sir Ian Powell and members of the working group who worked with Blueprint on our paper, they ask what purpose means in practical terms for boards and how can they assess progress?

Watch this webinar held on 16 September 2020

Download the paper

How not to run an unfair business

Held at the RSA on 5th March 2019 this panel explored what it means for a company to behave fairly, encouraging businesses to think harder about the issue and work towards fairer processes and outcomes. Chaired by Matthew Taylor, speakers included Onora O’Neill, Justin King, Jane Corbett and Charles Wookey.

Watch the event on-demand 

Download the paper