Would you take a free course in sustainability leadership?

March 7, 2020 by Joshua
in Education, Nature

Would you like to act more on the environment?

Would you like to act sustainably with confidence?

Would you like to boost your career?

Would you like to enjoy your results so much you want to share them with others?

People have suggested I create a course in how to act sustainably since my approach is so much different than most mainstream advice, like “here’s one little thing you can do for the environment” or “Panic! The world is going to end!”

I’m thinking of piloting a short online experiential course on environmental action and leadership—likely 5 or 6 sessions using the pedagogy that led to course reviews like:

“This is one of the greatest classes I have ever taken. It was engaging, thought provoking, challenging, and fun. Josh is an incredible teacher, mentor, and friend to everyone in the class who is passionate about the subject matter. If I could take this class all over again, I would”

“10/10 would take again! I loved every second of this class, but what’s cooler, is that I think I may have loved the homework even more.”

“This was the first course that challenged me, asking me to think outside my comfort zones. Yet, it is also where I developed a strong network of supporters through group projects.”

As you know, I’ve developed my environmental leadership technique with some of the world’s most renowned leaders, including from business, politics, the military, arts, culture, sports, and more. Many used what they learned from me to improve their lives and careers. I met many because their environmental leadership led them to rise in organizations like Apple, Google, GE, McDonald’s, and the government.

To learn course demand, if any, I’m putting it out to my readers and listeners. I expect each session to run about 90 minutes, weekly, by video. Most learning will come through assignments between sessions, as well as from reflections.

If I see demand, I will put my heart and soul into teaching the course. I believe anyone in today’s world would value it for focusing their lives and careers in an area of global demand.

Email me if interested.

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