Clark County Green Business will host a three-part virtual workshop series this spring for building sustainability focused teams.
The workshop series includes:
- Forming and Managing Green Teams, 8:30 am Thursday, Feb. 25
- Waste Prevention, 8:30 am Wednesday, April 14
- Change Making and Progress Tracking, 8:30 am Thursday, May 13
Forming and Managing Green Teams will feature three panelists: Kayla Brown from Jacobs, Lindsay Raymond, owner of Barre3 in Felida, and Sally Hurst representing Wafertech. The panel will discuss engaging employees in sustainable activities, forming a green team, and envisioning future goals during a time of uncertainty. Guests will also participate in a few rounds of virtual speed networking to practice succinct communication skills.
The Waste Prevention event will welcome Waste Connections’ Danielle Womble. Danielle will present ways to identify missed waste-reduction opportunities, prevent recycling contamination, and educate employees on proper waste sorting techniques.
Change Making and Progress Tracking will review necessary leadership skills for making lasting change at an organization. The event will benefit those interested in creating teams with strong direction, review how environmental change is tracked, and provide resources to help implement sustainability themed values in your organization.
Pre-registration is required. Visit the Clark County Green Business website for more information. Registered participants will receive further instructions about accessing the event on Feb. 24.
Clark County Green Business offers free recycling assistance countywide. A Green Business Certification is available for businesses and organizations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Marissa Armstrong, senior communications specialist, Public Health