Online and in-person courses focused on developing Transition Leadership competencies. ASI offers course development, design, and instruction to academic and non-academic partners.

A peer network for sustainability professionals who want to be part of a community of practitioners working to accelerate climate action within their organizations.

Workshops, facilitation, eLearning modules, and other customized support to help gain clarity and alignment with your stakeholders.

Research focused on Transition Leadership and climate action workforce development.

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Custom Courses

Course development and instruction for academic and non-academic partners.
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We collaborate with our clients and learning partners to create and instruct Transition Leadership courses

We customize the curriculum, duration, mode of engagement (live or pre-recorded; online or in-person), and assessment components to match your unique learning goals and audience.

Our courses focus on climate action and sustainable leadership, equipping leaders with essential non-technical skills to lead progress toward a low-carbon, socially inclusive future.

Who we’ve worked with

Royal Roads University

ASI has designed, developed, and currently instructs two four-week, online Transition Leadership courses through Royal Roads University.

Climate Action & Transition Leadership and Collaborative Leadership for Climate Action can be taken alone or within Royal Roads University’s Climate Adaptation Fundamentals Micro-Credential as an elective.

Ontario Nonprofit Network

ASI created and instructed the program Climate Action for Non-Profit Leaders for our partners at the Ontario Nonprofit Network.

This online program spanned four weeks, providing non-profit leaders with an overview of climate change implications, an exploration of Transition Leadership skills, and actionable steps for implementing climate action within their organizations.

The Starfish Canada

ASI partnered with The Starfish Canada to co-develop the Youth Environmental Leaders Learning Lab.

This program, consisting of five three-hour online sessions, was designed for approximately 25 youth aged 18-30.

The goal of this program was to foster relationships among participants nationwide, explore leadership concepts, experiment with new models and tools, and support career advancement in sustainability and environmentalism.

Transition Leadership Competencies​

ASI’s six Transition Leadership competency domains empower individuals to steward sustainable change within their organizations and communities.

These competency domains serve as guidance for the transferable, non-technical skills needed for leaders to make meaningful progress towards a low-carbon, socially-inclusive future.

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Transition Leadership Competencies

That Guide ASI’s Work