Envisioning a Sustainable Future for Your Organization
Dano Weisbord is the Executive Director of Sustainability and Campus Planning at Smith College. He leads institutional sustainability, campus planning, and the Center for the Environment, Ecological Design and Sustainability (CEEDS). He has focused his professional life on aligning sustainability to business-models across sectors. He and his team are now focused on establishing operational carbon neutrality by 2030.
Online, with a live session on October 31st from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
Whether you work for yourself or for a Fortune 500 company, workplaces will play a critical role in improving environmental sustainability and energy efficiency. This course provides the tools and strategies to understand your organization’s specific influence on environmental sustainability and what you can do to help it align with best sustainability practices.
In this four-week online offering that includes one virtual in-person session, you’ll:
Malasree Neepa Acharya is an assistant professor in Entrepreneurship and Political Science in the Alfred Lerner College of Business at the University of Delaware, and a member of the teaching team at Stanford. Neepa’s research investigates entrepreneurs in emerging cities across the Global South and the ways they led, grow, and innovate in an increasingly circulatory world.
Online, (Eastern Time)
Do you want to lead change but find your stakeholders possess long term institutional memory and attachment to nostalgia, stability, and tradition? Do you wish there was a responsive approach you could utilize? This one-hour session will provide an array of simple but powerful tools for leaders to successfully implement change. We will discuss approaches to harness change champions and manage resistance across multiple stakeholders. You will leave with new ideas to empower, mobilize, and lead.
Women On Boards- A Personal Development Strategy
Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald is a recognized expert in cross-sector partnership development, leadership development and capacity building for the nonprofit sector. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies, government and the social sector to build, lead, and advance the use of service and civic engagement as a resource for communities worldwide. Her 20+ nonprofit fundraising career spans some of Chicago’s most prominent arts and social justice organizations.
Smith Executive Education and Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald offered this free webinar on the unique leadership development benefits available in board service. The session caters to women who are interested in, and/or currently serving on a nonprofit or corporate board and those who support them. Watch the recording to learn:
Elevating Women Leaders
Join with peers from across the globe to learn from renowned instructors, practice practical, hands-on leadership skills and develop a network of colleagues to support your leadership growth.