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Learn how to generate transformations to sustainability

Are you working in sustainability and climate change and feeling impatient for results? cCHANGE is accepting applications for Transformational Leadership for Sustainability fall program with Dr. Monica Sharma. Read More

 

cCHANGE is delighted to announce we are now accpeting registrations for our three-part learning-in-action program Transformational Leadership for Sustainability.

We are truly in the decade that matters. Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement calls for rapid and large-scale transformations. Now in its third year, cCHANGE’s three-part program Transformational Leadership for Sustainability is for people working with climate change and sustainability issues, who are impatient for change.

This program focuses on transformative leadership for sustainability and social change, and will empower you in your work to design strategies, projects, and actions that truly bring about change. Not least, we work to connect your values and what really matters to you, with strategies and actions for transformative projects and collaboration.

Participants will work closely with renowned leadership development practitioner and expert, Dr. Monica Sharma, and her team.

After two years, we have seen first-hand how powerful this program is. View past participant testimonials: here.

Transformational Leadership for Sustainability comprises three, three-day sessions. Each session focuses on a different aspect of leadership and change:

Being change: 31 Aug, 1 and 2 September 2021
Designing change: 18, 19, 20 October 2021
Leading change: 30 November, 1, 2 December 2021

The program will be offered in a hybrid format – online and physically in Bergen, Norway.

Regular, supported group calls with experienced and trained coaches will take place between sessions.

Learn more and apply here. 

The application deadline is 2nd August 2021.

Norwegian businesses may be eligible for BIO-fond support for registration fees and salary costs. Ask us for more information.

 

 

 

 

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