- Sustainability secrets with Ian Williams: saving the planet one bite at a time Wendy Harris (Communication trainer) 49:41
If you’re feeling frustrated and overwhelmed by the lack of progress despite your organisation’s persistent efforts to embrace sustainable transformations, then you’re not alone!
“How do you eat the elephant? One bite at a time. You need to take steps in the right direction consistently over time.” – Ian Williams, Making Conversations Count – April 2023
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When Ian Williams first encountered the need for sustainability, little did he know that his journey would lead him to become a tireless advocate for change, inspiring people to join together in the fight for a brighter future.
But what will come of this unexpected twist in his story?
With the mainstream narrative starting to acknowledge, accept and adopt the fact that we have to do something about the environment, one individual is attempting to find solutions to have a positive impact.
But the challenge of drawing down greenhouse gases to reduce emissions presents a complex issue that may be far more difficult than we anticipate.
Can we make the change in time?
There’s only one way to find out. #
Listen, as Ian C Williams gives us the answers….
- The significance of personal growth in shaping cultural transformation
- The crucial role each person plays in mitigating environmental impacts
- The benefits of businesses that focus on employee well-being and personal development
- Ian’s conversation that counted
What IS Making Conversations Count?
“Making Conversations Count” is a podcast from telemarketing and communication trainer Wendy Harris.
In it, she shares how to use conversation to build relationships in business.
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