High Impact Sustainability Leadership addresses the need for future-focused leadership training and development, by exposing you to new perspectives, knowledge and tools to maximize your personal leadership skills. You’ll gain an approach to leadership that underpins its value in delivering meaningful outcomes across any business and industry.
As sustainability becomes an increasingly critical part of global consciousness, businesses are faced with one of their biggest opportunities for innovation to date. Today, companies have the chance to transform their practices to drive not only progress, but profits as well. Success requires both a structured program to improve performance and a sustainability philosophy. Such efforts often get stuck, especially at the business-unit level, when managers have other priorities.
Our 3-day Sustainability Leadership course will show you that sustainability and profitability are not opposing each other.
Module 1: Sustainability challenges and opportunities
What needs to change, and how to bridge the sustainability gap through rewiring the economy.
Module 2: Production and consumption
The value chain: Implementing business models and processes for sourcing, producing, and consuming sustainably.
Module 3: Applying performance management to sustainability
By definition, performance measurement is always selective. Businesses cannot measure every aspect of performance, so they must decide the most important metrics and indicators to focus on. When evaluating an organization’s performance measurement systems (in relation to sustainability) key questions to ask will be
As well as the areas being measured, another important consideration is the extent to which the data being gathered is reliable and meaningful.
Module 4: Circular economy
Our current linear economy consumes finite resources, turns them into products, and creates a never-ending stream of waste. Through the clever design of products, systems, and policies, we can instead create a circular approach that benefits businesses, people, and the planet.
Module 5: Take advantage of new business opportunities
Green businesses or sustainable businesses focus on creating a positive impact on the environment and within their communities. They achieve this by sourcing sustainable raw materials from local markets, energy efficiency, recycling, and other green practices.
As an eco-conscious entrepreneur, your business model will run differently from those pursuing a traditional business model. While the traditional business model will focus on budgets, design processes, product distribution, and so on, the green business model will balance environmental impact and profit.
SBS Executive Education
Mon – Fri 08:30 – 18:00