DATE: Thursday November 13th 2014
TIME: 1.00 -1.45 PM
DURATION: 45 minutes, 30 minutes presentation followed by 15 minutes Q&A
This 45-minute live webinar session will cover the findings of the 2014 Sustainability in the Workplace Report -:
- Attitudes and behaviors of Australian workers to sustainability in the workplace and the home
- This report tracks the changes to the attitudes and behaviors of Australian Workers over 12 month period
About the Presenter
Tania Crosbie is a marketing, communications and training specialist and co-owner of Sustainability at Work. In her 20 plus years’ experience Tania has held many senior management positions and delivered high-profile national campaigns.
The breadth of industries range from banking and finance; recruitment; hospitality; education; not-for-profit and the arts across private, public and the not-for-profit sectors. She has also held a number of Board community and business board positions over the years including the Canberra Business Council, Australian Tourism Awards, 9th Australian Masters Games and the Red Shield Appeal.
Tania is an industry expert on green skills, sustainable workplaces, behaviour change, engagement and marketing. She has been part of industry task forces and forums providing research information, advice and guidance, addresses many conferences and is a former Senior Lecturer in Marketing at the University of Canberra. Together the Directors have co-authored three pieces of research including “Sustainability in the Workplace – attitudes and behaviours towards sustainability in the workplace and home” released in 2011 and 2012 and “The Australian Sustainability Manager- the role, the challenges and the Future” released in 2012.
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WHAT IS A WEBINAR? : A webinar is an educational session delivered via the internet, so you can join in from any location, anywhere. There are no fees or charges to attend… limited to 50 participants.
If you miss the webinar the recording will be available in the members section on the Association website. It’s free to join the Association for Sustainability in Business, www.sustainability.asn.au