From Ideas to Impact: How To Build Sustainability Into Your Business
Business can be a powerful force for good — with the right strategy. But how do you begin your sustainability journey? And what is the best approach for taking action?
In this 4-hour workshop, you will:
Learn about current trends in sustainable business
Walk through the steps of co-creating a sustainability strategy
Discover behavior science-based tips for embedding sustainability across your business
Design a pilot project that you can start right away
Leave with an action plan of next steps, as well as a toolkit of resources to help you on your journey
The workshop is designed for people leading local businesses, as well as individuals who are looking to spark sustainable change in their work.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
Jessica Marati Radparvar is a social impact strategist and founder of Reconsidered, a boutique consultancy that helps organizations build impactful social responsibility strategies, communications and community – all with the goal of driving positive behavior change. She has worked on social responsibility initiatives with companies big and small, including Etsy, Tommy Hilfiger, West Elm, EILEEN FISHER, Fashion for Good and PVH Corp. Jessica has an undergraduate degree in History from Princeton University and an MBA with specializations in Strategy and Social Innovation/Impact from NYU’s Stern School of Business. She lives in Amsterdam but will always call Guam home.
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:
Friday, January 4th
UOG School of Business & Public Administration