Agenda GPBN, "Talento que Impacta" Network and Corporate Supporters
3rd, 4th and 5th October 2018
You will find here the full Agenda only for Global Pro Bono Network Members, "Talento que Impacta" Network, supporters and partners.
The event will be only in English. There will be translation until 12,30pm the 4th October; later on the Summit will be in English with no translation.
3rd October, Wednesday
Reception for GPBN members, Red "Talento que Impacta, supporters and partners
Venue: Caixa Forum - Paseo del Prado 36, Madrid
19:00-21:00 Welcome and Cultural visit to the Caixa Forum building and networking
4th October, Thursday
Venue: Bankinter - Paseo de la Castellana 29, Madrid.
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:30 Opening of the European Summit Welcome session from the organizers and partners.
Daniela Deuber Head of Social Innovation at BMW Stiftung Herbert Quandt (Germany), Catalina Parra President of Hazloposible Foundation (Spain), María Parames García-Astigarraga, Head-Human Resources & Corporate Communications from Bankinter (Spain).
9:30 – 10:30 Plenary Session: Pro Bono, Pro Purpose, Pro Business: Envisioning the future of work.
How engagement in pro bono service can serve as a catalyst for new considerations in your business that can reshape your organizational health, business strategy and brand marketing.
Speaker: Teresa Coles, President at Riggs Partners, Co-Founder of CreateAthon (USA).
10:30 – 11:30 Plenary Session: Landscape and trends of pro bono/skills-based volunteering in the world.
Facilitator: Cristina Sancho Ferrán, Country Head of Branding, Communications & CSR at Wolters Kluwer Spain (Spain).
András F. Tóth, Executive Director, Volunteering Hungary
Mamerito Ssenfuma, Africa Regional Coordinator at Amaidi, Uganda
Mina Lopez-Lugo,Founder and Executive Director Pro bono Venture, México
Yan Peng, Co-founder of the Beijing Pro Bono Foundation, China.
11:30 – 12:00 Coffee Break
12:00 – 13:00 Parallel Workshops (1st shift)
1) How technology and partnership can boost and facilitate the access to Skills-Based Volunteering?
2) Deploying pro bono to scale up your impact: a conversation about using legal (and non-legal pro bono) in civil society advocacy.
Discussion Leader: Lamin Khadar, Europe Pro Bono Director at Dentons (Hungary and Netherlands), Leire Larracoechea, Co-founder and Executive Director of Pro Bono Foundation Spain, Rebecca Wilkinson, Deputy Chief Executive & Director of Programmes (UK), LawWork, Andrea Boccuni – Head of International Partnership and Education, The Good Lobby (Belgium), Marion Edge – Pro Bono Lead, Herbert Smith Freehills (UK).
3) Pro bono/Skills-Based Volunteering in leadership development programs
13:00- 14:00 Parallel Workshops (2st shift)
4) Core business skills volunteering for social change
Discussion Leader: Beatriz Morilla, Spanish Banking Association.
Speakers: Raquel Azcárraga Head of CSR Bankinter (Spain), Julio Zapatero, Director General-CRO (Chief Risk Officer) at Bankinter (Spain) and Elena Leal HR Marketing director in Grupo Santander (Spain).
5) Social Corporate Entrepreneurship and skills-based volunteering
Discussion Leader: Cecilia Serravalle, Hazloposible Foundation (Spain).
6) Pro bono as a powerful tool for employability
Discussion Leader: Andrea Sánchez, Work for Social (Spain).
14:00 – 15:00 Lunch Break
15:00- 16:00 Parallel Workshops (3st shift)
7) Measuring the impact of ProBono and skills-based volunteering
8) Beyond Pro Bono: Transformative Partnerships
Discussion Leader: Jennifer Bishop, Manager at VSO (UK, Australia).
9) Pro Bono and skills-based volunteering : interaction with Human Resources.
Discussion Leaders: Dieynaba Sall, Business Development Officer at Pro Bono Lab (France).
16:00 – 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 – 17:00 Pro Bono and Social Innovation: The Revolution of Happiness, Be the Change.
What are the scientific reasons why some people are more positive, altruistic and successful in everything they dedicate themselves to? Define your passion, define your purpose and create a better world.
Speaker: Guadalupe de la Mata, author of The Revolution of Happiness (Be the Change), Spain.
17:00- 17:30 Networking Session
Facilitator: Rocio Dañino, Global Head of Sustainability and Human Development at INCLAM GROUP (Spain).
17:30 – 17:50 2008-2018 Pro bono service landscape evolution - the experience of Verynice. Live connection from Los Angeles
Speaker: Matthew Manos, Director and founder of Verynice, a design strategy consultancy that gives half of its work away for free to nonprofit organizations. Veynice’s clientele includes Google, Mozilla, Disney, NASA, Unicef (USA).
17:50 – 18:00 Close Cross Sector Open Session
4th October, Evening Gathering
Only for Global Pro Bono Network Members, "Talento que Impacta" Network, supporters and partners.
Venue: Impact Hub Madrid (C/ Piamonte 23, Madrid).
19h-21h Impact Communities Meeting: B Corp, Impact Hub, Global Pro Bono Network.
What is an international impact community? What are their common characteristics? What are their purpose? How are their members? Representatives of this three impact communities will discuss about their challenges and exchange knowledge in order to learn through their respective experiences and history.
5th October, Friday – Network and Corporate Supporters Day
Only for members of the GPBN, "Talento que Impacta" Network, supporters and partners.
Venue: Banco Santander, Avenida de Cantabria s/n, Boadilla del Monte, Madrid.
9:30h-9:45h Welcome session
Jaime Pérez Renovales, General secretary and board secretary at Banco Santander (Spain).
9:45-10:45h You Get a Rose, and You Get a Rose, and You Get a Rose. The Pro Bono Triple Win.
Speaker: Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald, Taproot Foundation (USA).
10:45h-11:30h Building the pro bono movement: An Explorative Discussion of the Creation of the Partners Council
11:30-11:50 Coffee Break
11:50-14:00h Parallel sessions:
> Global Pro Bono Network Members: "Building our community around a common purpose/goal."
Important session for GPBN members of the European Region. With a constructivist methodology, will we discover if the transition of the network to build a pro bono community makes sense for the region and why? This same conversation will happen in the rest of our regional Summits.