21st Century Pathways – In-Person Offering
The 21st Century Pathways in-person offering is a 5 month program. Registrants will convene on the first Thursday of each month beginning in September 2021 and ending in January 2022. Dates are:
- September 2
- October 7
- November 4
- December 2
- January 6
What is 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century Pathways is a hands-on workshop to develop a customized Sustainability Plan with ROIs. The program is designed to strategically elevate sustainability in your organization by better aligning organizational and sustainability objectives.
What does the program do for my business? The program leads you through a customizable process to better understand what your priorities should be and what metrics matter most, helping you develop a roadmap for sustainable integration. The process helps identify and prioritize the key steps your company can take to advance your objectives and desired business outcomes.
Why 21st Century Pathways? 21st Century businesses need 21st Century leadership. Pathways participants leave the program with an enhanced understanding of the priorities they need to focus on to reduce risk, increase growth potential, engage your workforce, and build long-term business success.
Specifically, by completing this program your organization will:
Integrate credible sustainable practice in your business to create new and additional business value.
Engage your workforce in sustainability-driven innovation and value creation.
Have a library of resources and references for continued growth and development
Identify new opportunities for cost reduction and increased resource efficiency.
Have a sustainability program that is the right size for your business and relevant to your industry.
Have credible sustainability credentials that build competency in your organization.
Understand the sustainable opportunities for your business.
Be ready for Green Masters Program recognition.
Who Should Participate? 21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which requires participation of senior leaders. The program requires participation of two individuals from each business including one member from the executive team and an individual designated to lead your initiative. Program fees include participation of two individuals per organization.
Download the full information sheet HERE
For more information, contact:
Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant
Managing Director, WSBC