Date: 10 November 2022
Time: 10:00 AM - 13:00 PM
Sustainability is a noisy subject. Companies are struggling to know where to begin, what frameworks they might use? What’s important in their sector and to their stakeholders? It is no longer just a nice to have, but a must have in this competitive business landscape. Leaders are now accountable for financial, social, and environmental responsibilities. In the light of all these changes, leaders need to weigh up all factors in creating a resilient business model.
Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
This Lot has been designed to provide leaders with a practical introduction to sustainability, so they are equipped with the awareness, knowledge and skills required to underpin long-term sustainable behaviours across all material aspects of sustainability.
Leaders will understand the topics material to their business: carbon and climate change, energy, water, packaging, waste, biodiversity, sourcing, workplace. Plus they will be able to develop out their own responsible business practice through practical tools and approaches they can implement.
About the Trainer
Dr Declan Bogan is co-founder of SUSTHUB and CEO of innovate2zero (www.innovate2zero.com) a strategy, innovation, and sustainability consultancy business. Working with over 150+ organisations, on multiple engagements, Declan has been immersed in the world of innovation, systems, and design thinking across all areas of business at strategic, product portfolio, human, service, process, customer experience and total proposition levels. From the bench to the boardroom, with micro to multinational organisations, Declan has worked internationally and locally with senior leaders and executives in Fortune 500 global household brand names across the total value ecosystem as they look to evolve their proposition. He has also mentored and coached many start-ups on their business proposition evolution, all with a sustainability/climate focus. He has a particular interest in the employee as stakeholder. He has a qualification in the circular economy from TU Delft. He has designed and delivered many of the sustHub programmes. He has run many online and in-person workshops with SMEs and MNC leadership teams. He mentors and coaches’ clients through the programme. He also publishes online articles and reports for clients. Declan consults to the Future of Work Institute, Cpl on all things workforce related and employee value propositions.
Brian O'Kennedy is CEO of Clearstream Solutions, a leading independent carbon management and corporate sustainability consultancy which he founded in 2009. Brian has over 20 years’ leadership experience in global supply chain management and procurement, particularly in the areas of IT, Media, Print and Packaging. Brian has served as Chair of the CDP Ireland Network, the global carbon reporting program, and is also a member of Steering Committee of the global Responsible Sourcing standard, Verego SRS. He has a degree in Economics from Trinity College, a Certificate in Sustainable Management from BSI Group and is currently studying the Circular Economy at TU Delft. Brian has particular expertise in the field of sustainability strategy, responsible sourcing, supply chain management, green procurement, and carbon accounting. Brian has presented on the topic of sustainability at a number of conferences including the Dublin Chamber Green Economy Forum, IBEC’s conference on Green Procurement and the National Supply Chain Conference. He has delivered a number of training courses and workshops on best practice GHG emissions measurement and reporting. 8 In conjunction with the Carbon Disclosure Project CDP, Brian has presented to the Department of Enterprise on the approach of global corporations to the topic of corporate sustainability.
Caroline Morgan holds an MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and Society from Dublin City University and a BSc in Social Science from University College Dublin. Since completing her studies, she has worked at the DCU Sustainability Office on climate research projects and sustainability initiatives such as the DCU Climate Action Plan and DCU Carbon Footprinting. She has collaborated on projects with multiple higher education institutes on sustainability projects, both in Ireland and abroad, and also on initiatives with the Climate Action Regional Offices (CAROs).
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