Let’s Talk Leadership: Inspiring Brave Leadership

📅 June 6, 2023

⌚ 12 – 1:15 p.m. PT / 3 – 4:15 p.m. ET


Join ASI on June 6th to help inspire brave leadership for positive change. Today’s world needs brave leaders more than ever; we face complex challenges like climate change, social injustice, and economic instability. To tackle these issues, we need leaders who are bold, courageous, and willing to take action – no matter how challenging or uncertain the situation is.

Register for this event to hear how you can inspire brave leadership for positive change! Following the speakers, participants will be broken out into small groups to discuss brave leadership strategies and how you can enable those around you to take a courageous step forward.

ASI’s Members Network

Coming Late Summer 2023!

ASI’s Members Network will connect sustainability professionals to a community of support and the resources they need to lead the transition to a low-carbon, socially-inclusive future.

Stay up-to-date on launch details by joining our waitlist below 👇

Meaningful Climate Action Needs Collaboration

4 Takeaways From Our First Let’s Talk Leadership Event

The ASI team had the pleasure of hosting our first Let’s Talk Leadership event earlier this month. This virtual event focused on collaboration for climate action, which allowed us to explore how collaboration can promote a shared understanding of sustainability challenges and solutions.

So what does it actually mean to bring a collaborative mindset to the workplace? We’ve compiled a few key takeaways from the event if you weren’t able to join us!

Help Shape Canada’s Climate Transition!

Take the Survey by May 28

There’s an urgent need to upskill Canada’s workforce to address the growing impacts of climate change. Take our survey and let us know what you think is needed to rapidly upskill our workforce.

Our very own, Taylor Stimpson, had the chance to sit down with Leading Change to chat about how she brings her expertise in interfacial engineering to working with leaders to transition Canada’s economy. Taylor shares how reconnecting with nature helps her manage her eco-anxiety and climate grief, and we can’t wait for you to dive into this episode with her as they discuss centering joy and community.


Event Report

It was an honour for ASI to participate in #LEADINGxCHANGE and hear from over 110 young sustainability leaders whose voices will help shape our climate-positive future.

Interesting Read

Why Leading with Empathy is More Important than Ever

Developing skills like empathy is an area of great importance for ASI. We recognize how critical skills like these will be in leading the transition to a low-carbon, socially-inclusive future.