I’ll be speaking Saturday morning at the CUGES event at Carleton. Details below. My presentation about Leading Change from your values is at 9:30 a.m. (see below). I’d love to see you there!
One day. Zero dollars. Infinite ideas for a finite planet.
The 2011 Carleton University Green Energy Symposium will bring students and industry experts together to share ideas about the development of sustainable energy in a rapidly changing world.
Join us and experience interactive presentations from four noteworthy experts in energy technology, environmental policy, business strategy and career development. Mingle with these professionals over a complimentary lunch and share your thoughts on sustainable development.
Challenge yourself by attending our afternoon session – a panel discussion focused on Poverty and the Environment. A suite of socially-aware experts in sustainability will discuss population growth, resource depletion & sustainable development on a global scale. Watch ideas fly across the table and make your voice heard in our audience participation session.
The Green Energy Symposium is brought to you by Carleton’s Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society, and generously sponsored by the Faculty of Engineering and Design, CB Richard Ellis, Lundy Construction, Stantec, and Bridgehead Coffee.
Where? Minto Centre Foyer, Carleton University campus, Ottawa
When? Saturday, November 5, 2011 / Registration at 9 am – Day ends at 3 pm
How much? Free to attend, with complimentary lunch and refreshments included
My presentation at 9:30 a.m.:
Melissa Creede – a sought-after career and leadership coach – explores the connection between leadership, your career, and your values. Melissa shares her story, and encourages your own personal self-reflection through interactive exercises. Melissa awakens your ability to influence change towards a more sustainable, fair, and values-based world.