Integrating Sustainability into Decision Making
When: All session date times are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm daily
- Thursday, October 10 – Retzer Nature Center
- Thursday, November 7 – Retzer Nature Center
- Thursday, January 9 – Global Water Center (tentative)
- Thursday, February 6 – Retzer Nature Center
- Thursday, March 12 – Global Water Center (tentative)
Retzer Nature Center is located at S14 W28167 Madison St, Waukesha, WI 53188
Global Water Council is located at 247 W Freshwater Way, Milwaukee, WI 53204
A special thank you to the Global Water Council for their sponsorship of this program. Program cost is $2500 per company. You may register two individuals from the same company at the $2500 fee.
Regardless of where your company is today, Pathways will elevate your business.
Design your company road-map for talent, sustainability and profit in the 21st century.
Primary Program Results:
- Integrated system for decision making.
- A detailed roadmap/custom three year sustainability plan with ROIs to get the most value out of sustainability for your business.
- Understand how sustainability can be a tool to recruit, inspire, and retain today’s 21st century work force.
- Identify areas to optimize resource efficiencies.
- Strengthen your companies brand and reputation resulting in competitive advantage
- Right size sustainability for your business
- Manage business risks and create new growth opportunities.
- Become a Green Masters Program Participant, receiving assessment and recognition for your efforts.
- The business case for sustainability is well established. With Global Mega Forces increasing, no one is better positioned to help you understand and navigate the opportunities and benefits of sustainability than WMEP & WSBC.
Who should participate?
21st Century Pathways leadership strategy requires business integration of sustainability, which will require your top leadership team. Select two leaders; Executive Team Member +Sustainability Champion.
For More Information, contact:
Randy Bertram, Director of Sustainability
Mark McDermid, Sustainability Consultant
Jessy Servi Ortiz, Managing Director WSBC