EIT Climate-Kic

Facilitating Business Multi-Stakeholder Processes

Price: €400.00
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Increasingly, businesses are making strategic decisions around the type and extent of their corporate sustainability policies. In addition to environmental and social benefits, companies that incorporate sustainability into decision-making processes can reap significant financial advantages and attract more interest from investors, which is a key to long-term profitability and at the same time become environmentally sustainable, which is a priority for the human kind.

Content

type: Interactive online training

cost: 400 €

If you are a Network of Coaches member, you get a 50% Discount and pay only 200 €.

Participation can be cancelled free of charge until four weeks before the course. Fees already paid will be reimbursed. 50% of course fees are payable in case of cancellation between four and one week before the course. Already paid fees will be reimbursed accordingly. Full fees apply after cancellation less than one week before the course. We have a few free spots for participants from RIS countries.

Please note that spots are limited, and seats will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.


Language: English

Contact Info: To check eligibility and for further information contact

linda.koepper@community.climate-kic.org


Key course info

  • This course is designed as a hands-on course. It is designed so that every voice is heard, and collective intelligence is harnessed. So, participants should get ready to learn while doing and learning from each other. They will also learn various ways to facilitate this process.
  • While we will use the PEST, PESTEL and the Probability Impact Matrix we will work on different industries and on real case scenarios. Participants will learn how to introduce external factors that can impact the achievement of the sustainability goal into the matrix. We will be able to introduce complexity and system thinking where we learn how these factors interrelate with each other and at the same time we will use a multi stakeholder perspective that will help us on the development of 4 different scenarios for the future. The result of this process will make it possible to visualize the different possible roads to take, which will allow businesses to take better decisions that help their business in the future while being sustainable at the same time.
  • We offer participants the opportunity to adopt a systems-thinking mindset to better understand stakeholders needs and design more inclusive processes. Through this, we want our participants to adopt a new vision that holds sustainable impact and value for all stakeholders, both for businesses as well as public organizations.

Learning outcomes

Participants will gain insight and experience in…

  • how to guide businesses to face the future in a sustainable way
  • a set of tools that you can take forward to your coaching practice
  • to identify factors, trends and events in various contextual environments
  • to develop scenarios according to an intuitive logic framework, identify opportunities and risks in future scenarios and have a multi stakeholder perspective in designing strategic responses to the future scenarios

 

How is the course structured?

Module 1
 Nov 23, Mon
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

Introduction, onboarding and setting the scene. Description: Getting to know each other, setting expectations, content of the workshop and your role as a sustainability coach.

Module 2
 Nov 24, Tue
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

An Introduction to the Scenario Planning Framework. Description: Applying the framework to consciously create a company’s future plans and strategies to search for sustainable opportunities and mitigate risks. 1 hour for team work between module 2&3 (to be decided by the team).

Module 3
 Nov 30, Mon
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

Contextual Environment Factor Analysis and working with Case Studies. Description: Using case studies to identify various external factors that could affect a company. Working around the details of those factors that impact future strategic planning. 1 hour for teamwork between module 3&4 (Nov 30, 17-18 pm CET)

Module 4
 Dec 1, Tue
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

Introduction to the Probability Impact Matrix. Description: Differentiation of probability and impact of previous identified factors to have the right focus. Applying Systemic Thinking and clustering of interrelated factors. 1 hour for team work between module 4&5 (to be decided by the team)

Module 5
 Dec 7, Mon
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

Creating scenarios and stories to create sustainable solutions. Description: Shaping and designing 4 possible scenarios to develop conscious strategic sustainable responses. Optional 1 hour for teamwork between module 5&6

Module 6
 Dec 8, Tue
 15:00 - 17:00 CET

Presentation of the results and key takeaways. Description: Comparing, reflecting and discussing the different possible solutions and approaches. What’s new, what’s possible, what’s right. Integrating stakeholders’ opinions. Your role as a coach in the process.

Who are your coaches?

Marisa Elizundia

is a consultant, facilitator, trainer, and executive coach and helps organisations implement change processes. She has worked in various multinationals such as Levi Strauss, FAO, World Bank and Montblanc International. As an entrepreneur, Marisa is the creator of the Emotional Salary Barometer, which is an online tool that measures all the non-financial benefits that everyone gets from working

Karolina Daszyńska-Żygadło

 is a learning and business coach working as an academic in the field of sustainability and collaborating with venture capital fund to support cleantech businesses. She combines her academic approach with practical business insight in her coaching work. She published a book on future scenarios approach in business valuation.

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