SVT Group to Co-Facilitate the Sustainable Leadership Association Peer Advisory Group
The Sustainable Living Association (SLA) is a non-profit organization committed to applying vision and expertise towards a sustainable future for all. SLA is a solution driven organization with the distinguishing quality to move people towards powerful and profound choices in an effort to stave off complacence about issues affecting our world.
The peer advisory group
The Peer Advisory Group is a network for professionals working to advance sustainability through services, products or organizational design in business, philanthropies, non-profits, municipalities, or other organization contexts. The program is available to Business Owners, Sustainability Directors, Managers and Entrepreneurs in organizations with shared core values, seeking reliable and actionable advice from a trusted community of results driven leaders. Through peer group discussions participants gain perspectives and share expertise with others who have faced similar challenges and broaden their exposure across a range of sustainability issues.
The class meets one day a month from March though October. The program is limited to 20 participants and SLA will review applications as we receive them. The final application deadline is February 1, 2019. Session topics will include:
Sustainability Reporting and Frameworks
Financial and Social Return on Investment
Sharing the Sustainability Story, Marketing
Sustainability Management Systems
Issue Processing and Best Practices
Accountability and Supply Chain
All topics are explored in a non-competitive and confidential environment
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In addition to SVT Group, the Program will be facilitated by Ed Quevedo. Ed is the Executive Director of The Foresight Lab, a collaborative advisory and creative agency working to build the New Regenerative Economy.
As a senior creative and trusted advisor, he has worked internationally and domestically guiding and advising some of the world’s most iconic and highly regarded companies, philanthropies, institutions of higher learning, and civil society organizations.