Describe various approaches organizations are currently using to engage employees in initiatives that save energy, reduce water use and advance other environmental sustainability goals.
Explain how games and teams are an effective way to get employees involved in these initiatives.
Discuss how sustainability creates an opportunity for employee engagement and how you can use your employee’s interest in environmental sustainability to drive corporate initiatives forward.
Explain the approaches and tools that can be used to measure the impact of employee sustainability actions.
Who should attend?
Sustainability directors, green team coordinators, facility managers, building owners and energy efficiency program managers, human resource professionals and employee engagement coordinators.
Often, the best business case for energy reduction and sustainability is cost savings. It makes sense: reduce environmental impact, increase energy efficiency, reduce water use and reap the financial benefits. We are also finding that engaging employees can be a very effective way for an organization to advance their sustainability goals, especially when the effort integrates proven behavioral approaches.
If you are considering how employee engagement can drive your sustainability strategy, tune into this webinar to hear about successful—and fun—approaches that are working in businesses today. You will learn the results of employee sustainability efforts to reduce water and energy use at MillerCoors and hear about an easy to implement game developed by Cool Choices that is in play across the country to drive employee action. Finally, you will hear about strategies that can be used to measure the impact and effectiveness of game-based employee engagement activities.
Introduction and overview
Engaging employees in the energy-water nexus at MillerCoors
Using games to drive employee sustainability action
Questions and answers
Director of Sustainability
Kim is responsible for driving, implementing and managing MillerCoors sustainability strategy and responsibility initiatives. She serves on the board of directors for The Nature Conservancy’s Wisconsin Chapter Board of Directors and has served on several boards, including The Sustainability Consortium, World Festivals and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Foundation. Kim earned an undergraduate degree from Marquette University and her juris doctor from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Director of Programs
Raj leads engagement and energy efficiency programs in businesses, schools and public agencies. He has applied program design, development and management expertise in a variety of collaborative and creative venues spanning from public policy to the world of professional sports.
Ingo has 20 years of experience in program evaluation and market and behavioral research. He led an evaluation of a gamification-based sustainability program in Wisconsin, a study of high energy-using households in Minnesota, and a behavior-focused professional group in Madison. He uses in-depth interviewing techniques to unravel the strands motivating energy related actions and quantitative surveys to explore solutions to energy challenges on a larger scale. His impact studies on game-based sustainability efforts in workplaces and communities are breaking new ground in evaluating the impact of behavioral efforts by combining insights from player scores, interviews and a billing analysis.
Ingo has a Bachelor's degree in Economics and Science-Technology Studies from Stanford University and a Master's degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University.
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