Only when everyone is an owner in the Sustainability challenge can organizations unleash their internal creativities
and tap into their total innovation potential to make a difference . The environmental and social crises that most scientific studies predict can only be averted when we all answer the call to action . However, greater impacts can be accomplished sooner, with more of the larger organizations that shape our economy leading the change--and the higher
in the organization that commitment is supported, the better.
Core Sustainability Curriculum
To help clients tackle the lack of Sustainability Literacy, we offer the following:
• 2-day highly interactive traditional and virtual classroom courses (with 1-day option)
• 5-day Sustainability Practitioner Certificate Program (with project and coaching)
• Executive briefings (per client requirements)
• Five 1-hour participant webinars
- Achieve Clarity and Commit to the Sustainability Challenge
- Find the Courage to Lead Toward Sustainable Impacts
- Going Full Circle? Sustainability Through a Circular Economy
- Creating a Sustainable Value Chain
- Surviving in an Uncertain Future
Sustainability Consulting Services
The other aspect of IIL’s commitment in this area is to enable the seeds of Sustainability Literacy to bear fruit . Through
our consultative process, we work with clients to assist in their own evolution and paradigm shift development, as well
as a variety of other related areas including gap assessments, scenario planning, risk mitigation, strategic planning,
strategic alignment, implementation leadership, and performance support .
Point of View
Organizational Survival: Profitable Strategies for a Sustainable Future, by Gregory Balestrero and Nathalie Udo, articulates
a compelling argument for Sustainability as being essential to any business strategy going forward. The book’s cornerstone is the SEEE™ model, a framework for strategic change based on social, economic, environmental and ethical
criteria. Learn more at http://sustainability.iil.com/book.
The traditional model of sustainability is for a company to maintain a lead
in market share while providing the necessary ROI to shareholders . Today,
however, the most successful companies are looking beyond a pure profit
motive and investing in work which creates future prosperity. They are
developing and implementing long-term strategies which support social,
economic, environmental, and ethical responsibilities, as they recognize
that true sustainability and prosperity advocate for all of these things . And
the incredible results are that many of these companies are seeing that the
returns on the investments made in sustainable products significal surpass
their traditional products’ financial results .
Leverage the power of our wholly-owned network of IIL companies, strategically located all over the world . We have extensive experience working in
different languages, cultures, countries, and industries, and we are proud to be the training solution partner of choice for many top global companies .
Find out what we can do together! Contact your local IIL company (listed on the back cover of the catalogue) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.