Sustainability, the leadership capability of our time.
Leaders will be able to communicate the impacts of IS ratings on different contract types and drive a culture which actively supports projects to deliver sustainable outcomes.
This workshop will provide business and organisational leaders with the ability to influence, where appropriate, small, medium and large size projects to undertake IS ratings.
In addition, leaders will be able to identify and apply IS principles and tools to projects where an IS rating is not underway.
In a confidential environment, explore risks, opportunities, and real project examples of delivering sustainable outcomes. Discuss with ISC executives how to implement best practice principles and tools to influence project direction.
A 30 minute requirements gathering call is included in the price of the IS for Executives workshop.
During this call, ISC will support you in identifying the appropriate content based on your audience and organisational context.
Below is an example of commonly requested content when designing an IS for Executives workshop.
Leading for sustainable outcomes
- The ISC and the quadruple bottom line
- Your organisation and drivers for change
The IS Rating Scheme
- Whole of life
Trends and traction
- Cost & Benefit
- Looking local
- Clients and commercial communication
- Organisational journey
Also discussed during the requirements gathering calls are the workshop's learning outcomes.
They are tailored to reflect business requirements, desired behaviours and actionable items as part of or following the workshop.
Below are a few examples of learning outcomes organisations have used for their Executive workshops
- Describe the role individuals can play in setting and influencing sustainability outcomes.
- Identify key risks and opportunities when undertaking an IS rating.
- Explain the IS rating process, costs, timeline and quadruple bottom line benefits.
- Influence project direction in relation to undertaking an IS rating and/or embedding sustainability tools and processes to drive outcomes.
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