Explore positive pathways to climate action in organisations and communities
The CCA ANZ cohort is hosting Claire O’Rourke, author of Together We Can and Co-director of Australia Energy Transformation at The Sunrise Project, and Lucy Piper of Work for Climate, to explore positive pathways to climate action in organisations and communities.
Claire and Lucy will be sharing the key tenets of their work, including examples of Australian climate leadership in communities and industries across the nation.
As with previous events we have hosted, this will be a highly participative session, with multiple opportunities to ask Claire and Lucy questions throughout the session. The conversation with them will be followed by a facilitated Open Space break-out hosted by Claire, Lucy and the CCA ANZ convenors Tim, Alan & Jeanine to explore various topics and questions amongst a group of peers in shared interest, purpose and energy.
This session is for us to explore challenges, opportunities and conundrums together and generate even greater potential for impact in with our clients.
Who is this session for?
This session is primarily for coaches working with:
– clients seeking inspiration from positive climate initiatives to motivate meaningful leadership and action
– collectives or community networks seeking practical examples of how to come together for positive collective action
– organisations looking to engage with climate action holistic way to improve staff engagement and business performance.
We look forward to welcoming friends from across the global CCA network, as well as CCA and climate curious folk from all over the world.
Please register via the link provided
Event Timezone Is - Australia
Registration Deadline - Nov 30, 2022
Presenter / Host Bio
Claire O'Rourke lives, works and plays on Dharwal Country in New South Wales. She is the author of Together We Can and Co-director of Australia Energy Transformation at The Sunrise Project.
Presenter / Host #2
Lucy Piper is Director of Work for Climate, a Melbourne based start-up enabling employees to activate systemic change in, with and through their organisations.
Presenter / Host #3
This session has been co-designed and will be co-hosted by CCA ANZ co-Convenor Tim Collings. Tim lives, works and plays on Dharawal Country in Southern NSW as Founder CEO of 4iLeadership.
Event Language - English
Posted By - Tim Collings
Email - email@example.com