The Triple Bottom Line (TBL) accounts for the three pillars of sustainability - environmental, social and financial. Our Training Better Leaders workshop aims to improve sustainability literacy and skills for young professionals and to equip them with the tools they need going forward into global leadership roles.

Students who attend this workshop will receive a Sustainability Skills Certificate from ECI and have the opportunity to meet sustainability professionals from various organizations. Students who register must attend the full workshop in order to qualify for the certificate.

This year the workshop will take place on 19-21 April 2017, and we will welcome over 20 representatives from the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change, HSBC, The Nature Conservancy, City Council, Sainsbury’s, 2Degrees, ECI, Synergy, Climate Care, and many more.

The 3-day workshop costs £15 (or £12 if booked before 10 March 2017), which will cover, lunch, drinks reception, and a formal dinner on the second day.

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Please note the Training Better Leaders workshop is only open to matriculated Oxford students.

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3

Days

of talks and workshops around sustainability skills and leadership

25

Speakers

facilitators and mentors from the public, private, academic and not-for-profit sectors

60

Students

from across 15 departments in the University of Oxford

6

New Ideas

for food and transport, to make Oxford a more sustainable city

What they will learn

Business Case Analysis

Communication Tools

Consulting

Cooperation

Digital Media

Influencing Change

Innovation

Leadership

Making an Impact

Marketing for Sustainability

Mediation and Negotiation

Monitoring and Evaluation

Project Management

Stakeholder Engagement

Strategic Planning

Sustainability Challenges

Teamwork

Technology for Change

Internship opportunities for 2017

Internship opportunities for placements in the summer/autumn 2017 will be posted in Hilary and Trinity terms.

Financial support from: Santander

In association with: Internship Office