The 17 SDGs are the compass of humanity and starting point of every organization in the 21st century. Together they form the intent based on concrete targets and clear indicators. How do you implement the SDGs in your organization, work and life?
This unique inspiriment can be customized for specific events and target groups. Below some examples of customized sessions:
1. SDG Essentials for Business provides the participants wit a concise yet comprehensive overview of what the SDG’s are why they are so important. Also the role that businesses, governments and society has to play in realizing the seventeen goals are discussed. The opportunities that the SGS’s represent for business is not only eye-opening but also very inspiring, also because outlines and actions are suggested how individuals and the companies they work for can get more involved. Successful employee engagement and empowerment around the SDGs will be essential if we are to successfully scale up our efforts during the critical decade ahead.
2. The SDG’s for Conscious Leaders set out a framework for 17 Goals and targets to tackle the world’s most pressing social, economic, and enviromental challenges in the lead-up to 2030. While ultimately it is governments who are being asked to deliver the SDGs, the simple fact is that this critical agenda cannot be realized without effective engagement by the private sector. Business has a critical role to play as a source of finance, a driver of innovation and technology and an engine of economic growth and employment. As much as the SDGs need business, long-term business success also hinges on the realization of the SDG’s. During this customized inspiriment the executives will understand the implications of the SDG’s across four key pillars:
- Risk of Inaction, doing nothing is a very costly option
- Capturing Opportunities, the prize of aligning business strategies with the SDG’s
- Governance & Transparency, meaning better information leads to better decisions
- The Need for Collaboration, realizing the SDG’s is beyond the reach of one company.
3. SDG Sector Roadmaps are a set of guidelines which provide a structured approach that companies can follow as they embark upon SDG road-mapping for their sector. This framework leads companies through a process of establishing their sector’s current level of interaction with the SDGs throughout the value chain; identifying the sector’s most significant opportunities for impact; and establishing key action items and monitoring systems in order to chart a course towards the sector’s 2030 vision.
4. SDG Stakeholders Engagement is developed to help organizations understanding how to use de SDG’s and Good Life Goals and make them relevant to their employees, customers and operations. Along with inspirational examples, this tailored session provides guidance to companies on how to engage effectively with people (both employees and customers) around the sustainable behaviors that are connected to their products, services and corporate culture. It also outlines meaningful and tangible actions companies can implement in support of the SDGs through 17 concrete business examples showing how the Good Life Goals can be leveraged and innovative actions to drive positive impact.
5. SDG’s Life Goals. The inspiriment can also focus on our lives and what we can do in realizing them as an individual, family, group of committed people, school class or any other part of society. Improve yourself and start with the world. You don’t have to become the best of the world if you do the best for the world.