This workshop is aimed at public and private sector organisations who have set ambitious net zero targets and need all employees on the same page when it comes to climate change. This course will galvanise workforces in the collective effort to reduce emissions
Our workshops can be delivered in 90 minute online sessions.
This course is aimed at local authorities who have set ambitious net zero targets that require emissions reductions across their whole administrative area. Such targets will necessitate lifestyle changes among the public – often on the emotive issues of diet and travel. Yet, as the controversies over cycle lanes and low traffic neighbourhoods have shown, sudden change can result in acrimony and polarisation. To successfully transition to net zero, policy makers will have to bring people with them. This workshop provides a blueprint for how this can be achieved.
This workshop will benefit any organisation who wants to be able to deploy all the tools available when trying to reduce their emissions. Behavioural science or nudge theory is increasingly recognised as playing an important role when improving environmental performance – both within organisations and in a public-facing setting.
All Three Point Five training is an interactive experience. We believe people learn better when they to contribute to, discuss and think-through the issues.
Because greenhouse gas emissions are so pervasive – with most day to day to decisions having some kind of carbon consequence – it is necessary to get everyone on board in the fight against climate change. However, achieving this kind of across the board buy-in to climate goals requires an organisation-wide culture change. Delivering this culture change, in turn, requires specific emotional intelligence skills. We can to skill up leaders so they are able to deliver the kind of culture change needed. In particular, we offer training in the following:
What does real leadership in the climate space look like? This workshop will cover the importance of social contribution, collective action, facilitation, courage and diversity when it comes to overseeing the delivery of climate goals.
Working in partnership with stakeholders is an essential part of tackling climate change. This workshop looks at how best to collaborate. It also covers overcoming ‘psychological distancing’ as well as the importance of being a moderator not a manager.