Webinar - Beyond LEED: What does it really take to institutionalize sustainability? (1.0 GBCI CE hour)

  • Wednesday, May 11, 2011
  • 12:00 PM - 12:59 PM
  • Webinar (Link and call info sent to registrants 2 days prior to event)
  • 100

Please note that registration for this webinar is FREE. Please RSVP to obtain the webinar call-in information at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/527194233.

Achieving LEED certification for a building is an accomplishment, but it doesn’t recognize or measure what it takes for a company to institutionalize green building across the company. Success is about aligning overall company vision, management, operations and project delivery with the demands of systems optimization and collaborative relationships – and measuring company performance improvements as a result. Whether your company delivers LEED on every project – or not, you can develop the internal leadership structures, systems, processes and protocols to ensure a higher level of performance across the board.

This 1-hour webinar will focus on what it takes internally to effectively institutionalize high performance building and operations, and externally – how to identify and manage vendors and service providers to deliver the level of quality that you need. This webinar is an abbreviated version of of the half day and full day "Greening Your Firm Boot Camp" workshop: http://www.greenroundtable.org/training#greeningyourfirm. Contact events@greenroundtable.org for more information.

Continuing education: Provides 1 GBCI CE for LEED Green Associates and LEED AP’s.

About the presenter:
Barbra Batshalom is the founder and Executive Director of the Sustainable Performance Institute. SPI is an independent “not-just-for-profit” organization whose mission is to transform the paradigm of the built environment so that natural systems and human systems thrive in synergy. 

Under her direction, SPI organizes and facilitates a forum for proactive dialogue among diverse professions and provides resources and expertise to the development, design and construction community. SPI is also active with legislative and policy initiatives so that eventually, sustainable strategies become "business as usual". Barbra is an educator, design and policy consultant and works with a wide range of governmental, institutional and private sector clients.


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