Our Sustainable Change Conversations will help you to think differently about sustainability in bite-sized chunks. Through each 45-minute session, you will gain insight into a fundamental component of sustainable change and explore how you can apply these learnings within your role.
Just because you're not in the office doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! We also deliver these talks online, so get in touch if you would like to run a group session for you and your team working remotely.
Explore our conversation series below >
Before we create change, we need to understand the problem. What do climate change, knife crime, homelessness and toxic work cultures all have in common? Our psychological approach to sustainability investigates our global and local issues as symptoms of a deeper root cause.
Our lectures are interactive and involve audience participation as we explore underlying issues, long-held assumptions and limiting beliefs. We use short exercises to foster a deeper understanding of yourself, your personal values and how you can implement these learnings within your role.
You will leave with:
> an understanding of our personal and collective role in creating our reality;
> a definition of sustainability that feels meaningful to you;
> a clear understanding of your personal values;
> the mental frameworks to guide decision-making.
The future isn’t set in stone. In fact, the possibilities are limitless. The determining factor is our imagination and drive to make it happen.
Our ability to shape the future is a simple concept, but one that is often overlooked. Through short exercises, we will let go of past assumptions and embrace uncertainty in order to unlock new paths forward, unbound from the supposed constraints of our current reality. We will also discuss how to intentionally and inclusively design for futures that consider internal factors, such as feelings and values, as well as external factors.
You will leave with:
> an understanding of your personal and collective role in creating our future;
> an ability to use futures-thinking concepts to create new strategic opportunities;
> a ‘seed’ or starting point to explore within your role.