12:30 to 1:00 – Arrive and refreshments, 1:00 start.
During this 10-Year Anniversary edition of TSC Idea Forum at the Summit, we will leverage TSC’s collective action approach to emphasize the importance of personal reflection, self-discovery, and peer-to-peer learning when trying to unlock those aha moments that drive change. We hope to dig deeper into the sustainability challenges we face and evaluate both “where have we been, and where are we going?” as we work towards tackling those challenges.
We recognize that often as sustainability leaders, we are the lone voice in driving change. With this in mind, TSC Idea Forum at the Summit will provide an opportunity to 1) engage with other sustainability leaders across diverse sectors, 2) better understand the adaptive nature of the complex sustainability hotspots we are trying to address, and 3) explore how we can best prepare ourselves as leaders to affect change. We hope to create an environment conducive to both self-reflection and collaboration while we work to define our own role as leaders in sustainability. Come join us!
Welcome and introductions
Time to reflect: What is my purpose today? What is my challenge in addressing sustainability hotspots?
Presentation: Finding my role in addressing sustainability hotspots
Presentation: Thinking Politically to help navigate my complex sustainability challenge
Workshop: Peer-to-peer learning, building a community of practice
Share: Aha moments
Time to reflect: Where am I now and how do I prepare myself for where I’m going?
Get ready for Idea Forum Retreat 2019: Big Ideas in Big Sky Country
Sarah Lewis, TSC
Eric Martin, Adaptive Change Advisors
Trevor Reese, Enso Impact
Georgia Rubenstein, Forum for the Future
JoAnne Berkenkamp NRDC
Christopher Helt, TSC