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Transforming Business for a Sustainable Tomorrow


Sustainability has become an increasingly critical topic as the world recognizes the need to protect our planet and its resources for future generations. Simply put, Sustainability means meeting our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves long-term planning and consideration of the consequences of our actions. The goal is to create strategies that ensure the long-term viability of People, Planet, and Profit.

This one-day workshop on Sustainability aims to equip participants with the knowledge and tools needed to integrate sustainable practices into their organization. The workshop covers key concepts, principles, practices, implementation process and measures of sustainability, focusing on balancing the three pillars: Environment, Equity, and Economy. Participants will learn from real-world examples and engage in hands-on activities to develop actionable sustainability initiatives for their organization.

Sustainability Workshop

Recommended Audience

This workshop is designed for senior executives, consultants, professionals, and employees at all levels of any organization. It is suitable for individuals in various industries who are interested in understanding and implementing sustainable practices within their workplace.


Sustainability Workshop
Sustainability Workshop
  • The workshop employs a mix of interactive lectures, group discussions, case studies, and hands-on activities to ensure a comprehensive understanding of sustainability management.


  • Participants will work in teams to apply the concepts learned and develop practical solutions for their organization.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles and concepts that form the foundation of sustainability within corporate environments.

  2. Explore the sustainability implementation model, focusing on effective measures and reporting strategies to track and communicate sustainability efforts.

  3. Identify and define best practices and critical success factors essential for achieving sustainability goals within organizations.

  4. Develop actionable sustainability initiatives that can be implemented in your organization.

Workshop Outline


1. Welcome & Ice Breaking Activity


2. Introduction and Key Concepts​ of Sustainability

  • Understanding the Global Sustainability Challenge

  • Definitions and Misconceptions of Sustainability

  • The Three Pillars: People, Planet, Profit

  • The Importance of Sustainability in Business

  • Real-World Examples of Sustainability Practices

  • Group Activity: Identifying Issues & Challenges

3. Principles and Practices of Sustainability

  • Core Principles of Sustainability

  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Corporate Commitments

  • Integrating Lean and Design Thinking with Sustainability

  • Creating Sustainable Business Strategies

  • Renewable Energy and Sustainable Supply Chains

  • Group Activity: Brainstorming & Ideas Selection

4. Sustainability Measures and Reporting​

  • Triple Bottom Line (TBL) Concept and Importance

  • Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Issues

  • Examples of Sustainability Measures

  • Common Corporate Sustainability Frameworks

  • Setting and Achieving Sustainability Targets

  • Group Activity: Developing Sustainability Metrics

5. Integration of Sustainability into Business Operations

  • Incorporating Sustainability into Decision-making Processes

  • Sustainability in Product Development

  • Sustainability in Daily Operations

  • Group Activity: Applying Sustainability Practices

6. Sustainability Implementation & Best Practices

  • The Spectrum of Sustainability and Its Impact

  • Benefits and Challenges of Business Sustainability

  • Sustainability and Organizational Change

  • Building a Culture of Sustainability

  • Key Success Factors for Sustainable Cities and Businesses

  • Group Activity: Identifying Initiatives for Implementation

7. Wrap-Up and Q&A

Award of Certificate

Certificate of Attendance will be issued to participants who have attended at least 75% of the workshop


1 day

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