Sustainability Action Learning Program (SALP)
Although many corporate leaders today have heard about sustainability generally, they may not yet have had the time to take a serious look at their corporate strategies and operations from a sustainability perspective, and develop sustainability-related plans for their company's future success.
Through Transitioning to Green's Sustainability Action Learning (SALP) program, business leaders/managers get that opportunity. They are guided through a highly efficient sustainability self-assessment process that puts the company leaders and employees in a position to significantly improve their financial, employee, social and environmental performance while increasing sustainability.
SALP consists of Four 1-day Corporate Self-Assessment Workshops
Transitioning to Green's experienced sustainability “practitioner” trainers roll up their sleeves to work with client companies to establish a context and strong foundation for implementing sustainability-aligned improvements appropriate to each company’s unique circumstances and aspirations.
The SALP Workshop Series engages and motivates corporate leaders, “green team” members and selected employee peers as they collaborate to:
Transitioning to Green Expert Trainers work with participant companies to train and self-assess several core areas of risk and opportunity. Then they work to develop a roadmap of practical next step actions that save energy, reduce waste, implement lean and efficient operating practices, and engage and communicate their sustainability initiative with employees and stakeholders.
Sustainability Self-assessment Workshop Events:
The following are highlights of curriculum and action learning activities that are included within a self-assessment action learning workshop events. The program content is customized for clients needs.
Day 1: Self-assessment Orientation, Sustainability Vision, Context and Culture
Session 1: Action Items and between session homework: the company team members assemble relevant information, background documents and operating data to use in the workshops.
Day 2: Strategy and Opportunities Self-assessment
Day 3: Element Selection, Employee and Stakeholder Engagement and Self-assessment
Day 4: Risk and Business Case Analysis and Co-Create Roadmap Report
Close and Next Steps: