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“I signed up for a course and left with a new network.”
Helen McTaggart, Senior Sustainability Manager at Amazon reflects on how undertaking the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains (PCSVC) at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in 2015 enabled her to strengthen her professional network. PCSVC is now offered as an elective stream of the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business.
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A holistic approach to a global problem
13 December 2018 – Andrew Phillips MA FCA, Rural Director of Finance for the Duchy of Cornwall, reflects on his time spent studying with CISL, and the impact of attaining both a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business (PCSB) and the Master of Studies (MSt) in Sustainability Leadership on his personal outlook and professional career.
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A life-changing experience: the impact of studying CISL’s Master’s in Sustainability Leadership
15 January 2018 – Minette Bellingan, Director of Global Sourcing at Amazon, reflects on how the course helped her, as a leader, to deepen her sustainability knowledge and build credibility in the workplace.
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A profound change in design ideology: the impact of studying the IDBE Master’s
18 September 2018 – Tony Ip reflects on the lasting impact of studying the Master’s in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE) and the need for a visionary approach and a global perspective to drive change within the built environment.
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An architectural education from CISL’s Master's in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment
25 January 2018 – Now a leader at the forefront of the sustainable built environment agenda, award-winning architect Jason Pomeroy discusses how the course allowed him to be more influential in the boardroom and gave him greater appreciation and understanding of different built-environment agendas.
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Asking the right questions, unlocking the possibilities
27 September 2018 – Paloma Lopez, Global Strategy Lead for Kellogg’s Masterbrand on finding clarity of purpose and a new beginning through studying CISL’s Master’s in Sustainability Leadership.
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership
Applications are now open for the 10th cohort of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership. Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager at CISL, reflects upon 10 years of delivering this unique part-time course.
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Creating value from uncertainty
18 August 2015 – Simon Davis, Agriculture and Sustainability Development Manager, NSF International, attended our inaugural Sustainability Leadership Lab, which focused on how organisations can innovate their business model in order to generate and deliver opportunities for sustainable value creation. The intensive two-day Labs are designed to be truly beneficial to the organisations represented, with participants able to put forward case studies which are then focused on during the Lab.
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Foresight, guidance and valuable insights
22 January 2019 – Natasha Walji, Sector Lead for Telco, Government, Entertainment & Technology at Google Canada, on forcing change, elevating the sustainability agenda and becoming a leader through her experience on CISL’s Master's in Sustainability Leadership.
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How can we achieve high-impact leadership? The role of experiential learning.
25 January 2019 – CISL Fellow Zoë Arden discusses the power of personal experiences in igniting commitment towards meaningful change, and shares key steps individuals can take to identify issues and lead action towards a strong sustainability agenda within their organisation.
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