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Day II: Paul Polman interviewed by Adrian Wooldrigde @ 4th Global Peter Drucker Forum
Published on Nov 23, 2012 (41.15 minutes)
Paul Polman (CEO Unilever) interviewed by Adrian Wooldrigde (Management Editor and 'Schumpeter' columnist for The Economist) at 4th Global Drucker Forum 2012 in Vienna. A short version of this interview can be found here: http://youtu.be/aFQcWniro6s
More information can be found at http://www.druckerforum.org
Published on Nov 23, 2012 (11.15 minutes)
The CGF Global Summit - Sustainability - Paul Polman [CGF = Consumer Goods Forum]
Published on Jun 17, 2013
Paul Polman, CEO Unilever and CGF Board sponsor of the Sustainability Pillar, providing the CGF members at The Global Summit in Tokyo with an update on progress in implementing the CGF Deforestation resolution, with a particular focus on enhancing global partnerships with other industries and governments.
Annual Lecture with Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever
Published on Jun 6, 2012
Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever delivers this year's Annual Lecture
FROM WIKIPEDIA ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Polman
He has worked for Procter & Gamble for 27 years (from 1979), initially as a Cost Analyst, becoming Managing Director of P&G UK from 1995-8, President Global Fabric Care from 1998–2001, and Group President Europe in 2001.
He then joined Nestlé in 2006 as Chief Financial Officer and head of the Americas.
On 1 January 2009, he succeeded Patrick Cescau as Chief Executive Officer of Unilever. This had been announced in September 2008. Unilever's main headquarters are based in London and Rotterdam. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Consumer Goods Forum. leading the sustainability efforts, UN Global Compact Board, Vice Chairman World Business Council for Sustainable Development, board member Conservation International. In 2012 Polman was appointed by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, as one of the 27 imminent members of the High Level Panel for the post 2015 Millennium Development Goals. Chairman of Perkins International advisory board and founder and President of the Kilimanjaro-blindtrust, a foundation he started to focus on blind children in Africa. Co-founded the Dutch Sustainable Growth Coalition, currently led by former Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende. Member of the World Economic Forum International business Council. Member global taskforce Scaling up Nutrition ( SUN ). Member European Resource Efficiency Platform Working Group chaired by Commissioner Janez Ptocnik. Co-Chair World Economic Forum 2012.Counciller One Young World. Trustee Leverhulme Trust. Co-chair Food security taskforce B-20.
Polman has received honorary doctorates from Northumbria University (LLD, 2000) and the University of Cincinnati (2009). In 2011, he gave the Durland Lecture at Cornell University. Elected as Business leader of the world by Insead in 2012, European Business leader of the year by Wall Street Journal/CNBC in 2003, Atlantic Council Award for Distinguised Business Leadership in 2012, CK Prahalad award for Global Sustainability Leadership, First award for Responsible Capitalism by Rt Honourable William Hague, Carl Lindner Honors award 2006, Chief Financial Officer of the Year, Investor Magazine 2007. Investor Magazine CEO of year 2010,2011,2012. CEO Leader Award Poder/ABC.
Polman serves on the board of Unilever since jan 2009 and was elected to the Dow Board of Directors in February 2010, and serves on the Environment, Health, Safety and Technology Committee. He has formerly served on the board of Alcon. Personal life
He is married with three children and enjoys mountaineering, running and classic car racing. He is President of Kilimanjaro Blindtrust and Chairman of Perkins International Advisory Board.
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