From conversation to actionable conservation
This year, we felt the calling to contribute in a tangible way to our collective actions towards our dear planet. Thus we are launching a 365 days challenge to plant and nurture trees in our local communities, while mirroring our efforts to sponsor the same initiative in the southern hemisphere, particularly in less developed countries.
What a wonderful opportunity to launch this global challenge during the CCA Fringe festival and Earth hour (March 25th), by inviting into a panel conversation grassroots Leaders (from different generations and cultures) who successfully implemented conservation projects, to share their insights, and inspiring journeys with us. among the speakers (from 20s to 70s): -Prachi Shevgaonkar- cool the globe app. -Nimal Raghavan- lake restoring -Jadav petani- forest man of India and Rituraj- climate actvist -Prof Rashid- world against single use plastic (WASUP)
From Conversation to actionable conservation will offer attendees:
- be inspired to take action by modeling successful grassroots leaders who actually made a positive impact through their conservation projects
- learn practical ideas and tips to move from their conservation project from idea to implementation
- Opportunity to connect with like-minded people from across the globe and collaborate to maximize the success and impact of our conservation project.
We call all coaches, facilitators, Leaders, and professionals to be part of our educational journey, and why not be inspired to join this 365 days challenge?
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Rachael Carley is a coach, NLP practitioner and a sustainability coach who has been working in development training for decades supporting a wide spectrum of people from young children to corporate leaders. She started out as an outdoor instructor – running personal and professional development courses incorporating team and leadership training, for national and international organisations such as Outward Bound and UK inner-city youth charity, Fairbridge. In her early thirties she co-founded an award-winning charity that utilised music and the creative arts as a medium for youth and community development which she ran for sixteen years. She now helps leaders and entrepreneurs to put sustainability at the heart of their business – through coaching and outdoor experiences. She is a member of CCA.
Rashmi Shetty is an ICF Professional Credentialed Coach (PCC) from 2013. She is today a Trustee with the ICF Foundation of the International Coaching Federation. Her journey as a coach was so much about self-awareness & learning from my clients. Whether it is using the Johari Window or Neil's wheel, the coaching conversations have been hugely fulfilling. Life has been an eclectic mix of experiences as a keynote speaker, Radio Jockey, podcasting, teaching, storytelling, speaking, Emceeing & leadership facilitation.
Coaching VOICE and enhancing the Vocal presence of CXOs & leaders is what she finds immense joy in doing. Self-expression has been her forte. Working on VOICE, Perception & Presence with leaders over the years is what she does as a Self-expression coach. Coaching both VOICE & Presence of women in transition, led her during the pandemic to create VANI - https://coachrashmishetty.com/vani/- and helped her say YES to every new challenge over the last two and a half years and the result has been Magic.
Amel Sedaoui is a coach, Leadership development and Transformation facilitator. She is particularly passionate about cultivating the conditions for profound and sustainable change by building innovative approaches to make organizations and teams more reliable and resilient to navigate these uncertain and volatile times. She strives to be an active agent of the ongoing social and organizational transformations toward building ecosystems and managing ecological and climate changes emergency. She is an active member of CCA helping coordinate CCA activities.
Event Language - Indian / English
Posted By - Amel Sedaoui
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