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Documentary: Engage to change

Documentary: Engage to change

31-03-2022 | Video

What exactly is engagement, and what kind of expertise do you need to be successful? In Robeco’s brand-new documentary, our engagement specialists tell you all about it. They talk about engagement in general, the requisite skills, and the tools available to achieve change at company level. They also introduce three engagement themes that are currently running, and they share why exactly they are so passionate about what they do.

  • Carola van Lamoen
    Carola
    van Lamoen
    Head of Sustainable Investing
  • Sylvia van Waveren
    Sylvia
    van Waveren
    Engagement Specialist
  • Laura Bosch Ferreté
    Laura
    Bosch Ferreté
    Sustainable Investing Specialist
  • Peter van der Werf
    Peter
    van der Werf
    Engagement Specialist

Watch the full 15-minute documentary Engage to change:

You can also watch each of the four parts separately. Part 1 explains what engagement is and what it is not.

Part 2 discusses engagement strategies and collaboration with other investors and stakeholders.

In part 3 we introduce three engagement themes that are currently running:

Finally, in part 4, our personal passion takes center stage:

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