Bekijk alle 'Best New Partnership Award 2020' genomineerden
These young leaders choose to be part of the solution and went out of their way to make sure their organisation was making an impact in todays world. They choose to stand up and join fellow changemakers in the collective effort for social and sustainable change that benefits their company and society.
The Partnerschip Verkiezing is an initiative of The Punchy Pack, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Rotterdam School of Management and with this programme we activate the voices of young leaders everywhere to become a part of the solution.
These heroes have taken on the challenge to develop a social and sustainable business case for their organisation, proving that it is possible to create positive impact with a business perspective from within a corporate organisation. They have done this working together with their executives and colleagues, with experts, artists, entrepreneurs, NGOs, government and fellow wavemakers, because they stand for a better future.
The competing changemakers of 2019-2020 are: Aegon // Ahold Delhaize // a.s.r. // Eurocross // Philips // PwC // Rabobank // Syntrus-Achmea // Zilverenkruis
You can be part of their journey by giving your vote to the boldest, most innovative, and most impactful business case of 2020. Learn more about their causes and passion in the videos below, in which the team will tell their personal motivation for participating and the impact they will create with their business case.
Voting starts JUNE 15 until JULY 12, midnight
So, what are you waiting for?
Are you excited to start your own impact case? Just send us an email for more information via firstname.lastname@example.org
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Team Aegon – Chill-in
Team Aegon – Chill-in:
Vincent Libeton, Ewoud Helder, Welmoed Kuperus, Nienke Smits, Freek Reimert
We see a growing number of burn-outs amongst (young) professionals, an increase of 40% in the years 2007-2017. To ensure a healthy professional society and decrease the amount we pay as society for sick-related claims we need to decrease burn-outs and help (young) professionals to gain capabilities to deal with stress-factors.
With our solution we will roll-out a burn-out survey among employees who are insured via their employers at Aegon. Together with a specialist partner we will give employees the opportunity to test themselves by a survey to recognize potential burn-out factors, this questionnaire will be sent a couple of times per year. We give them their individual results and provide them with an opportunity to receive a tailor made intervention from coaches that have had training from our partner.