EPA is offering a year-long webinar series to provide professionals with tools to optimize their work and create sustainable outcomes. In this session you will hear examples of how an organization’s culture can help drive sustainable outcomes. To learn more about the event, please visit EPA website. The monthly webinars will be on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 12 Noon EST.
Date: Wednesday January 18, 2017
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM EST (9:00 – 10:00 AM PST)
Don Ryder, Vice President, Americas, The Palladium Group
The Palladium Group is a global leader in helping organizations create and measure social and economic value. Don leads large multi-phase Strategy Execution engagements across multiple industries. He has supported fortune 500 companies, governments, and not for profit organizations in managing culture change. Prior to The Palladium Group, Don was at Fidelity Investments for 25 years in multiple roles, most recently as CFO of Enterprise Services.
Nadine Gauz, Director, Sustainability Strategy, Interface, Inc.
Interface has been an international leader in incorporating sustainability into its operations and culture. Nadine drives and develops sustainability leadership through education, community engagement and innovative market solutions. Before joining Interface, Nadine taught Environmental Studies at York University and served as a research fellow with the Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability. Based in Toronto, she is a LEED Accredited Professional and serves on a number of local and international boards and committees.
Please register using the following link: https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/culturechange/event/registration.html.
After you register, you will get a direct link to the live presentation. There is 1 hour of CEU Credit available for this webinar. If you want CEU Credits, please register and join the webinar on January 18th at 12 noon EST.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Charles Harewood at (212) 637-3753 or email@example.com
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