Leadership Workshop: Introduction to the SDGs
About this training module:
Welcome to an interactive workshop that unpacks the UN Sustainable Development Goals to explain how they can help to deliver your organisation’s sustainability programmes and ambitions.
All businesses can contribute to the SDGs, regardless of size or industry. Global challenges ranging from climate, water and food crises, to poverty, conflict and inequality, all need solutions that businesses can deliver. These solutions offer a growing market and opportunity for business innovation.
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at supervisors and managers from any industry or business sector who want to oversee organisational improvements.
- Explain what the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) are
- Understand the synergies between the SDG’s and how they connect
- Understand the relevance of the targets associated within the 17 SDGs.
- Map existing CSR/ESG programmes, projects and activities against SDGs in your organisation
- Develop an SDG-focused action plan including setting targets and KPIs
- Half day.
I found Tamma at Imvelo a great person to deal with who understood the complexities of the work involved but delivered it in such a fashion it never felt overwhelming. She was great at sparking conversations about sustainability between the Senior Management Team, which allowed improvements to be identified in each department. I would recommend her for ISO14001 consultancy and environmental training.
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