Sustainability 101 in Milton, Ontario | April 8th 2014 – 8:30 am

Sustainability 101
A Better Way to Make a Bigger Profit
Increase Revenue ● Cut Costs ● Gain Global Competitiveness

Workshop Objectives
Understand the end game of Sustainability – meeting the needs of today’s generation without
compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Become familiar with the common terms, lingo and language of Sustainability
Understand the business case for sustainability and how organizations are strengthening their
long term viability by doing the right thing.
Discuss their ability to participate in driving sustainable change both at home and in the
Become familiar with the history of the modern day sustainability movement.
Be able to discuss the leading thinkers and influencers driving this revolution.
Be introduced to the core concepts, tools and techniques being utilized to drive sustainable
Become familiar with various resources available to help guide the journey towards
This Workshop provides you with some great tools to help gain a better understanding of Sustainability
which can help in getting your organization moving forward to the next step. We welcome your inquiries.
We can be reached at 519 893 6260 or by email at for more information and to put you in
touch with the facilitators directly.
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Twitter Hashtag: #sustainability101

Brett’s Twitter Handel: @greenintentions
While organizations have attended to Social, Environmental and Economic performance for
decades, it is traditionally economic performance that receives attention. Sustainability is a
revolutionary business model in that it elevates social and environmental performance to the
same level of economic performance, unlocking a vault of hidden opportunities. In other words,
instead of simply focusing on a single bottom line of economic performance, with token social
and environmental initiatives, the sustainable business model focuses on the triple bottom line
of People, Planet and Profits to enhance overall performance.

This half-day, interactive workshop cuts through all the rhetoric and clears the air around
Sustainability. It […]

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Embedding Sustainability into Strategy (Webinar) Feb 20th 2014


Embedding Sustainability into Strategy (Webinar)

Feb 20, 2014
12:00 – 13:00
35.00 CAD
Earlybird discount expires 2014-02-17

Course Code
SC 107

1 hour Webinar, 12 noon – 1 pm EST

Lunch & Learn Webinar

ON-Line Webinar

Webinar Description
Practically, embedding sustainability in large, medium and small companies isn’t easy.  In this webinar, Brett Wills shares his experience working with companies in numerous Sustainability Consortia across Canada.

This webinar provides participants with a proven model for developing a strategy that embeds sustainability in your operations.

Regardless of your organization’s experience in sustainability or strategic planning, Brett’s simple, powerful approach will enhance your ability to compete, manage risk and increase profitability by improving social, environmental and economic performance across the entire value chain.

Starting with a purpose, developing the vision of a future desired state, and all the way through to tactical execution; this process provides organizations with a roadmap for finding a better way to make a bigger profit.

This session is packed with real life examples and supported by practical tools and resources.

Learning Objectives
In this webinar attendees will:

Examine a proven and dynamic approach to embedding sustainability into organizational strategies.
Understand the steps involved.
Appreciate the importance of an “organizational purpose” to rally around.
Learn why and how to align sustainability (and other initiatives) to drive the business.
Examine how organizations are leveraging this approach to drive performance.
Gain access to practical tools that support the process.

Trainer and Subject Matter Exper

Workshop Leader

Brett Wills
Director, Sustainability
Brett has over 13 years of experience in the Sustainability Arena and first-hand experience leading teams in the implementation of Sustainability and Continuous Improvement initiatives.

Brett is the author of “Green Intentions: Creating a Green Value Stream to Compete and Win” (Productivity Press July 2009).

Brett helps organizations across North America profitably accelerate their journey towards Sustainability. As facilitator of 4 Partners in Project […]

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Sustainability Training : SC 170 Sustainable Procurement I

Sustainability Training
Sustainable Procurement I

Below is a list of all courses that are currently open for registration. Click on the course name to proceed.

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Thought Leaders Duke it Out in the Sustainability Ring!


Thursday 26 September 2013, 05:30pm – 08:30pm

Join Partners in Project Green for their annual networking reception as thought leaders duke it out in the sustainability ring! Leading business and environmental representatives will be taking their corners on hot topics that are facing the sustainable business movement at this exciting event.Lots of laughs, along with great food and good fun are on the agenda for the evening. Reserve your ringside seat now!


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Sustainability Applied 2013 October 1-2


Sustainability Applied 2013 is all about challenging the status quo, re-thinking what is possible, and unlocking hidden value.


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Workshop Leader of Sustainable Procurement 101

Brett Wills will be leading the workshop “sustainable Procurement 101” – on April 17th 2013


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