Ward of DLL to Lead Master Talk on Transitioning to a Sustainable Business Model for STRIPES Leadership Program
SEP 22, 2021 - 6:40 am
Equipment finance industry leader Erica Ward, global sustainability officer of DLL, will lead a Master Talk on Transitioning into a Sustainable Business Model for STRIPES Leadership Program, the professional and personal leadership development program designed to challenge and inspire best-in-class leaders within the equipment finance industry in partnership with Monitor.
Sustainability is a broad topic that is growing increasingly important as the world changes. This Master Talk will allow attendees to learn what this means to several industries and how corporations can support the transition. It will also explore various approaches to the creation of circular and sustainable business models, including ways to guide corporate culture to achieve these goals.
“In today’s world, leaders need to be able to create a collaborative and innovative approach to sustainability,” Ward said.
STRIPES Leadership Program is a 10-month, rich and unique leadership development experience. With a mixture of assessments, Master Talks are just one component of the comprehensive program tapestry, which also includes Master Workshops, mentor modules, breakthrough discussions and leadership development plans. Launching this month, the program will cultivate a transformative journey to leadership advancement. The curriculum is designed to present opportunities for participants to expand both personally and professionally to enhance their leadership potential.
“Leadership will be the main driver for sustainable efforts to succeed in the next several decades to come,” Lisa Rafter, CEO and founder of STRIPES Leadership Program, said. “In Erica’s Master Talk, participants will learn how to lead the sustainability transformation to foster radical change at both the organization and personal level.”
Ward is a sustainability consultant engaging and supporting a network of finance professionals in more than 30 countries and serving partners in manufacturing, technology, agriculture, healthcare, construction, transportation, clean energy and more.
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