We all want to do good, or better. But it’s knowing where to start that’s often the problem, and then understanding how to keep up the momentum – with maximum impact for the organisation and society – can be an even bigger challenge.
One of my main objectives when setting up this company was to enrich the sport industry with credible and robust sustainability training and education to ensure organisation-wide understanding of why, and how, sport organisations can effectively contribute to some of the world’s most pressing issues.
Scratch that sustainability itch
In keeping with that objective, and in recognition of UN Day, on October 24th, 2022, I’ll be holding a series of drop-in sustainability sessions to anyone with a sustainability itch that needs scratching.
There’s no such thing as a stupid question. All sport-related sustainability and social responsibility questions/queries are welcome – from strategy development to issue management (mental health, climate change, etc.) and to tracking data and reporting using international frameworks, such as the UN SDGs.
If I can’t provide you with a satisfactory answer myself, I’ll be glad to point you in the right direction and put you in touch with someone that is better equipped to deal with your challenge.
UN Day calls for a more peaceful and prosperous future for all. It celebrates the anniversary of the day in 1945 when the UN Charter entered into force, and reminds us of our ‘common agenda’, the way in which nation states, companies/organisations, civil sector organisations, and each of us as individuals can work towards shared goals to realise sustainable development objectives.
If you’d like to participate in a drop-in session, please register here at a time that suits.
Upon receiving the notification I will send you an online video call meeting invitation.
Chatham House Rule
These sessions will not be recorded and the information shared within them – though it can be used – remains anonymous and confidential between those parties on the call.
There is no consulting fee attached to the drop-in sessions, nor is there any expectation from either side regarding future work commitments.
In the event that you cannot attend the drop-in session that you booked, please cancel the session immediately, and at least one day in advance of the meeting.
I look forward to speaking with you.
And in case you don’t find a session time that works for you, or you have a question that you feel might not justify a meeting, etc., etc., please feel free to drop me a line.