Environmental Planning Advisor job opportunity at Conoco-Phillips – a new role in the environmental stewardship team that is looking for quite a unique skill set and sounds like an amazing opportunity. http://www.conocophillips.ca/EN/careers/careers/jobsearch/Pages/index.aspx.
We often hesitate to invest in getting to the next level because we fear we’ll lose something important along the way.
Meanwhile, we’re less productive. We’re distracted from achieving fulfillment because we’re busy avoiding what we don’t want, or trying to attain things we hope will fulfill us, even though we don’t know for sure. We wind up getting slotted into other things.
The truth is, the closer we get to jobs, lifestyle, and opportunities that resonate with our values and fulfill our potential, the better we perform. We get quicker, more efficient at getting the job done. It seems less like work and more like play, so we receive and put in more energy. Read more
Workshop Date: February 10th, 2012.
Melissa Creede, a sought-after career and leadership coach, is leading a Career and Leadership Development Workshop specifically designed for emerging leaders and middle-level professionals. Read more
Concept: Melissa Creede, a sought-after career and leadership coach, is leading a Career and Leadership Development Circle specifically designed for students. Read more
Many of my clients have meaningful jobs, but they don’t feel fulfilled. When they started off with a “green” career, they assumed they’d always feel good about it because it connected with one of their significant values.
There’s more to fulfillment than just working for a green organization or on green issues. You might be making a difference to the environment, but you may be out of alignment with some other values like freedom, flexibility, or security. Read more
A Mini-Workshop for the Next Generation of Sustainability Leaders
Are you waiting for a formal title? Why wait? Lead from where you already are. This mini-workshop by Melissa Creede offers interactive exercises to explore your values, style, and competencies, and how they enhance your career and leadership potential and effectiveness. Melissa awakens your ability to influence change towards a more sustainable, fair, and values-based world.
Where: Ottawa City Hall – Honeywell Room
When: Wed Nov 9th, 6-7:30 pm
Free for YEP members; $5 for non members
Here are further details about the Agenda for Saturday’s conference. My leadership talk is at 9:30 a.m.
AGENDA Nov 5,2011
9:00 am Paperless Guest Registration in Minto Foyer
9:15 am Introductory Remarks
9:30 am Bettering the World: Leading Change from your Values, Melissa Creede, P.Eng – President, Sapis Insight
10:15 am Climate Change Policy: From the Government to the Private Sector, Cheryl Johnson – Research Analyst, The Delphi Group
11:00 am Food for Thought, A sustainable refreshment break sponsored by Bridgehead Coffee
11:15 am Sustainability – Leveraging Existing Building Potential, Andrew Penner, P.Eng, CEM, LEED®AP and Dan Vivian, P.Eng – Stantec
12:00 pm The Super-Engineer Joel Primeau, P.Eng, HBDP – High-Performance Building Consultant
12:45 pm Lunch Break Network and discuss over lunch and refreshments in the Minto Foyer
1:30 pm Panel Discussion: Poverty and the Environment
A suite of socially-aware experts in sustainability discuss population growth, resource depletion, and sustainable development on a global scale
2:45 pm Summary and Takeaways, Concluding Remarks and Acknowledgements by the Carleton SREE Society