Successfully Attract Your Clients to Climate Action
Whether you are just thinking about getting involved in climate concerns or a long-time activist, this session is a tonic for our troubled times. Shift from dread and despair about climate change to meaningful action to make a difference now and for generations to come. Discover an approach employing neuroscience, psychology, and successful coaching experiences that turns traditional wisdom about climate action on its head. Instead of pushing people to take prescribed actions, it attracts them by helping them identify what they love to do. Then, it guides them to find the climate needs they’d like to address.
The match up of what you love to do and where you want to make a difference defines your “climate sweet spots.” When you follow your sweet spots, you will be on a path to make a meaningful and personally rewarding difference. This attraction model taps self-motivation to sustain efforts for a healthy climate. As we—you, us, our family members, friends, co-workers, clients, and community members engage, we will mobilize the support necessary to turn awareness into actions and advocacy for a healthy planet.
You’ll see how being climate action catalysts for one another will ease our efforts and multiply the value we create. Experience the balance of a clear framework and flexibility of application for use across the diverse CCA community.
Benefit from Don Maruska’s experience as a successful entrepreneur, business coach, climate solver, and author of the new book “Solve Climate Change Now: Do What You Love for a Healthy Planet.”
Connect with Andy Miller who’s at the leading edge of engaging people in critically important conversations that unlock them from fear and free them to live into the challenges with gusto. Enjoy fresh ideas and real-life stories that will stimulate your thinking and encourage you on your journey.
Climate coaches have shared comments about this approach like: “This is easy and fun to do.” “Thanks for giving a straightforward and tangible set of tools.” “I’m a new coach, and now I can visualize myself engaging clients about climate with confidence.” We invite you to experience this yourself.
Event Timezone Is - UTC
Registration Deadline - Mar 6, 2023
Presenter / Host Bio
Don Maruska: Don engages people around world to take climate action and have fun doing it. Since 2003, he has brought together people from scientific, environmental, business, government, and community organizations to boost awareness, actions, and advocacy for stewardship of natural resources. Don enjoys grassroots actions. These include developing strategies with businesses and community organizations to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. He has also created videos, study guides, and support resources in use by faith-based groups from multiple denominations.
Don’s new book, “Solve Climate Change Now: Do What You Love for a Healthy Planet,” shares practical ways to enjoy taking action for a healthy climate. Earlier in his career, Don founded and was CEO of three Silicon Valley companies, earning a National Innovator Award. Now, he’s a Master Certified Coach helping others succeed. Don is also the author of “How Great Decisions Get Made” and co-author of “Take Charge of Your Talent.” He earned his BA magna cum laude in government from Harvard University and an MBA and JD from Stanford University. Major publications including Fast Company, Inc., and Entrepreneur have quoted Don for his expertise. He has also appeared on over 30 radio and TV stations across the country.
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Andy Miller: Inspired by MOWGLI from the Jungle Book, Andy’s childhood was spent living in trees and befriending critters. He wrote and published a bird book at age 11. He was Lead Scientist and Indigenous/Aboriginal Liaison with ENGO’s for over 20 years. Andy Founded Indigenous Work Force (Indigenous business coaching); People Climate Earth (family climate coaching); and Climate Earth Consulting (workforce engagement coaching).
He raised a family in Vancouver, BC. He spends his free time in local forests birdwatching, and on the streets learning from kids on the climate protest line. His most current work involves using somatic imagery with the corporate workforce, unleashing climate action to achieve Net Zero. He also coaches the parents of teen climate activists, and has a chapter on this subject, in the soon to be released book Holding The Hope: Reviving Psychological and Spiritual Agency in the Face of Climate Change.
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Event Language - English
Posted By - Don Maruska
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