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This webinar will introduce you to greening your job search and worklife, and to help you move forward into a green job and career. …

This webinar will introduce you to greening your job search and worklife, and to help you move forward into a green job and career.

It is also an introduction to a collaborative initiative called Transitioning to Green Foundation™.

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  • Focus simultaneously on the People, the Planet, and Profits ( Triple Bottom Line ) Balancing/integrating social, environmental, and economic factors for optimal short plus long-term performance
  • Focus simultaneously on the People, the Planet, and Profits ( Triple Bottom Line ) Balancing/integrating social, environmental, and economic factors for optimal short plus long-term performance
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  • Whirlygigs and propellers Holding in the tension between knowing and not knowing “ Knowledge is the recognition of ignorance.” Socrates Identify and innovate, connect and integrate, offer and distribute To understand, I must forget what I know and look again with naked eyes (Stuart) if you hold to seeing within successes of the past only, you miss untold opportunities of the present and new paths to the future
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  • Focus simultaneously on the People, the Planet, and Profits ( Triple Bottom Line ) Balancing/integrating social, environmental, and economic factors for optimal short plus long-term performance
  • Global, continental, regional, NJ, and You! Fracking? Delaware water gap…. Inclusion, social justice…newark http://www.ci.newark.nj.us/government/mayor_booker/, trenton… what are both sides?
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  • Flip Chart these Investing $4.5 billion to upgrade our electricity transmission system to better take advantage of renewable energy and improve efficiency; Providing $5 billion for the Weatherization Assistance Program, enough Four Green Career Sectors and the Top Jobs in Them By Clare Kaufman Working for a healthy environment is no longer simply the right thing to do... it's also a smart career move. The "greening of industry" is driving unprecedented growth in careers dedicated to environmental health, and the numbers back it up. According to The Environment Business Journal, green business was a $265 billion industry in 2005 (not including the organic industry), and employed approximately 1.6 million people. Just about every industry features a pro-environment job description. Here's a look at four green career options. Finance Mutual Fund Manager Mutual fund managers can specialize in green investing, selecting only equity investments that meet a certain standard of social and environmental responsibility. Besides supporting environmentally sound business practices, green investing is smart. In recent years, mutual funds have outperformed standard funds. "Research demonstrates that being environmentally effective can add value to a company," reports Forbes magazine. As a green mutual fund manager, you'll play a role in channeling money to companies that deserve the support. An  online finance degree  can put you on the path to a green investing career. Start with an online bachelor's degree in finance, and work your way up from an entry-level position as a mutual fund analyst. Or you can accelerate the process with an  online MBA  in finance; some schools even offer an environmental finance MBA. Salary depends on performance, but mutual fund manager salaries typically run $150,000 or higher. A junior research analyst can expect to start at $60,000. Law Environmental Lawyer or Paralegal Environmental lawyers and paralegals defend the environment against threats and damage. They seek the enforcement of laws created to prevent or punish actions that compromise air and water quality, threaten ecosystems, or otherwise damage the environment. Environmental lawyers and paralegals ensure that corporations are held accountable for their ecological impact. Online paralegal programs and law schools offer the professional degrees necessary to begin an environmental law career. Aspiring paralegals can take advantage of online  paralegal degrees  at the associate or bachelor's level, or certificate programs designed for college graduates. Law schools offer a three-year, post-baccalaureate program leading to a professional Juris Doctor (J.D.)  law degree . Paralegals average $44,000 a year, with entry-level salaries starting at $25,000 and rising to $60,000. Lawyers across the board earned a median salary of $94,930 in 2004; environmental lawyers came in at $77,500. Design Fashion Designer Eco-friendly fashion design has hit the runway. "For the cool and stylish, green is the new black," reported the Herald Tribune recently. Green design means renewable resources, higher manufacturing standards, and fair labor practices. Green designers emphasize recycled fabrics and renewable fibers such as hemp, bamboo, and organic cotton. And they keep a close eye on clothing production, ensuring fair trade practices. Fashion design colleges  do their part to promote green chic with courses in sustainability and eco-friendly design, green fashion merchandising, and more. A fashion design degree is the first step to a career in eco-friendly fashion design. You'll learn the basics of green design, develop a portfolio, and make valuable contacts in the industry. Fashion design  salaries vary widely. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a median salary of $55,840. But if your eco-friendly line captures the public's imagination and conscience, you can make significantly more. Education Environmental Educator Awareness of environmental issues is the key to a better tomorrow. Environmental educators may teach ecology, science, or environmental policy in the schools. Or they may work as a naturalist or interpretive guide for an environmental nonprofit, fostering public appreciation of the environment. In the private sector, environmental educators are hired to teach the public about a company's environmental products. Aspiring environmental educators can prepare for a  teaching career  with a degree in education. As the urgency of environmental issues intensifies, more and more schools are developing environmental education degree programs, which combine  teaching degree  courses with environmental science instruction. Environmental educator salaries vary widely by specialty. Elementary and secondary school teachers averaged $43,000 in 2004. Interpretive park rangers earn about $30,000. Eco-friendly behavior is not just a way of life--it's also a way of work. Nearly every career path offers a niche for promoting environmental conservation. In many cases, that pro-environment specialty also features some of the best job prospects. Environmental problems are not going away. Your environmental career can put you at the forefront of the growing eco-friendly revolution.
  • Data from survey, what is your Passion? Connect to Strengths, connect to opportunities that you discover. Goal?
  • Data from survey, what is your Passion? Connect to Strengths, connect to opportunities that you discover. Goal?
  • Data from survey, what is your Passion? Connect to Strengths, connect to opportunities that you discover. Goal?
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    • 1. Copyright © 2010, Linda Kelley, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation Explore Career Possibilities in an Emerging Green Economy!
      • Welcome Everyone!
      • Before we get started, here are a few considerations that will help you make the most of your experience today:
        • We invite you to type a brief personal about yourself and your interests into the chat bar at
        • the right of this screen
        • This is an interactive webinar. We value your questions and comments. Periodically during the session
        • we will ask you for input. You are also welcome to type questions into the chat bar.
        • We will respond via email later to questions we do not address during the webinar
        • Out of consideration for fellow participants, please mute your line (*6) if there is background noise
        • where you are, and unmute (*6 again if you wish to voice a comment)
    • 2. Explore Career Possibilities in an Emerging Green Economy! Transitioning to Green Foundation™ with Larry Finkelstein and Linda Morris Kelley Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 3. Our Purpose
      • To provide you with information, inspiration, motivation and strategies that can help you move forward into a green job and career
      Copyright © 2010, Linda Kelley, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation Webinar Structure
      • Context
        • Presentation
        • Discussion
        • Q & A
      • Process
        • Presentation
        • Discussion
        • Q & A
      • Additional Resources
        • Presentation
        • Discussion
        • Q & A
    • 4. Setting the Context Green, Sustainable, Emerging
    • 5. What is a Green Economy?
      • “ ...economic activity by companies and customers in the form of products, services, and business models that promote economic growth, reduced environmental impacts, and improved social well being ”
      • – State of Green Business by Joel Makower, GreenBiz.Com, February 2009
      Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Larry Finkelstein, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
      • Businesses, and their investors , that achieve economic success by :
        • employing people engaged in environmentally responsible processes and practices
        • not unduly burdening or abusing the natural environment
      • Customers who drive businesses to be environmentally responsible by
        • choosing “green” products and services over those that are not
        • insisting on recycling policies from companies and governments
    • 6. What is a Green Job?
      • “ ...economic activity by companies and customers in the form of products, services, and business models that promote economic growth, reduced environmental impacts, and improved social well being ”
      • – State of Green Business by Joel Makower, GreenBiz.Com, February 2009
      Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Larry Finkelstein, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
      • Businesses, and their investors , that achieve economic success by :
        • employing people engaged in environmentally responsible processes and practices
        • not unduly burdening or abusing the natural environment
      • Customers who drive businesses to be environmentally responsible by
        • choosing “green” products and services over those that are not
        • insisting on recycling policies from companies and governments
    • 7. What is Sustainability?
      • Moving from focusing primarily on Profit ...
      Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Larry Finkelstein and Transitioning to Green … to a Triple Bottom Line focus that balances the interests of Planet, People and Profit.
    • 8. What is “Emerging”?
      • Key aspects:
      • Institutional Voids, i.e., intermediaries and necessary specialist functions are not working or working well
      • Informational Voids, i.e., the relevant information is not available in usable form, and doesn’t reach people ready to seize the opportunities
      • Cultural Voids, i.e., imagination and vision of what is possible, what is an opportunity, and how opportunities may be connected are restricted to what prevailed in the recent past
      “… an emerging market is anyplace where buyers and sellers cannot easily and efficiently do business with each other.” Tarun Khanna and Krishna G. Palepu Harvard Business School (HBS) Working Knowledge Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, and Transitioning to Green
    • 9. Questions? Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 10. Why Sustainability? Why Now? Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 11. Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley., Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation Paradigms and Mental Models
      • “ Mental models are constructs we bring to any situation that we are attempting to impact. They include what we know, what we value, what we believe, what we assume, out of which emerges a context for action or inaction.”
      • John D. Adams, The Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook
      • Paradigms and Mental Models function as frameworks and operating systems that shape how people think, feel and act.
      • Our paradigms can be invalid; our mental models can be dysfunctional.
      • Our paradigms limit what we see and do.
      • The major changes in life come from changing paradigms.
      • Focus on where you are going to - not where you have been.
      Our world is undergoing a paradigm shift where we are choosing between sustainability and unsustainability. Each path has consequences. Only one of these can predominate.
    • 12. Look for the Whirlygigs
      • Sustainable and green enterprise is where innovation is occurring, new solutions are being presented, and where new opportunities for work and careers are being created.
      • The best opportunities
      • for new jobs and careers
      • will be in these areas of overlap
      • and highest leverage
      Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 13. Sustainable Enterprises Outperform in Crises Sept to Nov: 10% differential July-Nov: 15% differential 99 Firms across 18 Industries 2009
    • 14. Green Elements of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 The U.S. Department of Labor has two key roles in the Recovery Act effort:  providing worker training for these jobs; and  easing the burden of the recession on workers and employers by providing extended and expanded unemployment benefits and assisting and educating them regarding expanded access to continued health benefits. Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation Federal, state and local government green and jobs programs NJ training opportunities (njtopps) The website currently contains all training providers, both in-state and out-of-state, that have applied to be included on the New Jersey State Eligible Training Provider list, and have been approved by the appropriate State agency. Your local city or town….
      • In BLS’s definition, green jobs are either:
      • Jobs in businesses that produce goods or provide services that benefit the environment or conserve
      • natural resources.
      • Jobs in which workers’ duties involve making their establishment’s production processes more
      • environmentally friendly or use fewer natural resources.
    • 15. “ We are in the earliest stages of a new era. The first paths into this future are just beginning to be defined.  Many more paths will emerge as new industries take form over time.”              Carol McClelland Green Careers for Dummies, Wiley (Jan. 2010) Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 16. Following a Process: Discovering Green, Sustainable, Emerging Career Possibilities
    • 17. Sustainability offers opportunities to all organizations and people around the world. What will your offer be? Infrastructure  Organization Design  Transportation & Distribution  Energy  Information Technology  Green Building  Environmental Restoration and Management Process and Practice  Human Resources  Sourcing Local  Sourcing Green  Telecommuting/Virtual  Services Sharing  Green Policy Development and Implementation  Education and Training  Environmental Monitoring and Management Wild Card: Institutional and/or Process Innovation Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder and Transitioning to Green “ [Newark will] set a national standard for urban transformation by marshalling its tremendous resources to achieve security, economic abundance and an environment that is nurturing and empowering for families” Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark NJ --June 17, 2010 CITY OF NEWARK HOSTS 2ND ANNUAL NORTHEAST SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES WORKSHOP AT NJIT STUDENT CENTER ATRIUM
    • 18. http://www.newsweek.com/feature/2010/green-rankings.html Newsweek’s Green Rankings 2010 Do some research. Learn what these companies have done, and also what mistakes they have made—relative to your field of interest. Who are their competitors? What companies in your geographic locale are in similar, related, or supporting businesses to these? What services, insights, and benefits might you be able to offer any of those companies?
    • 19. Industry and Functional Shifts I Need to Consider….
      • Green Opportunities in Traditional Industries?
      • Opportunities in New Green Ventures?
      • Green Entrepreneurial Opportunities, including Franchises?
      • Opportunities in Businesses and Sectors shifting to Green Products & Services?
      Which of the opportunities above resonate most for you? Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
      • In the past, what would you have promoted as your value?
      NOW,  What can you imagine as your green value?
    • 20. The Changing Realities of Work
      • 20 th Century
      • Permanent
      • Stable
      • Advancement
      • Loyalty
      • One and done education
      • Health care and pension from employer
      • Safety net for most
      • Early 21 st Century
      • Temporary/ contingent
      • Volatile
      • Stagnation
      • Lifelong learning
      • Responsibility for own career
      • Retire?
      • Safety net for few
      Copyright © 2010, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 21. Transitions Old State New State Take positives Create clear from past goals for Let go of future negatives Uncertainty Copyright © 2010, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 22. How Beliefs Affect Behavior Actions Beliefs Consequences Copyright © 2010, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 23. Finding Your Green Career “Sweet Spot” Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 24. What you really love doing? Finding Your Green Career “Sweet Spot” What are your... What drives you to get up and go? Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 25. What do you do well? Finding Your Green Career “Sweet Spot” What are your... Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation What that you do gives you satisfaction?
    • 26. To yourself? Finding Your Green Career “Sweet Spot” What is your... Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation To an organization or enterprise? To society?
    • 27. Finding Your Green Career “Sweet Spot” Copyright © 2010, Linda Morris Kelley, Sarita Felder, and the Transitioning to Green Foundation Use your whirlygig!
    • 28. Questions? Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 29. Transitioning to Green Careers  Green Career Certification and Job Development Program
      • How can this program help
      • YOU?
      Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation Transitioning to Green Resources
    • 30. Who’s On Board to Help You?
      • NJ State Department of Labor
      • FDU: Petrocelli School of Continuing Studies
      • FDU: Institute for Sustainable Enterprise
      • Transitioning to Green Foundation
      • Transitioning to Green Members’ Community
      Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 31.
      • Benefits for Professionals in Transition:
      • Increase success rate in finding green jobs
      • Improve your marketability in your job search
      • Learn & apply leading-edge knowledge of green and sustainable business practices
      • Expand your network
      • Start your own business / collaborate with others
      Transitioning to Green Careers  Green Career Certification and Job Development Program Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 32. Transitioning to Green Careers  Green Career Certification and Job Development Program Copyright © 2010, Larry Finkelstein and the Transitioning to Green Foundation
      • Helps participants understand new, and green, work paradigms
      • Helps participants focus on developing a new job/career
      • Helps identify your strengths
      • Enhance your skills
      • Goal setting
      • Maintaining motivation
      • Job search skills
      • Access through membership to other Transitioning to Green’s related career services
    • 33. Program Elements: Required Phase I Phase II Registration On-Boarding & Online Skills Assessment Personalized Green Career Profile Personalized Coaching Transitioning To Green™ Forum Knowledge Exchange™ Portal Activation Transitioning To Green™ Member Network Green Career or Entrepreneurial Workshop Phase IV 10 Hrs. on Knowledge Exchange™ Portal Certification Test: ‘Pass’ Grade Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation Phase III Post Workshop Personalized Coaching Personal Green Career Action Plan Webinars & Networking Events
    • 34. Program Elements: Additional Year-long Membership in Transitioning To Green™ Member Network Access to Knowledge Exchange Portal™ Green Job Development Green Entrepreneurial Support 6 Hours of Individual Coaching: Green Career or Green Entrepreneur Consultation with Subject Matter Experts Copyright © 2010, Transitioning to Green Foundation
    • 35. Contacts for Further Information
      • For more information or to register for the
      • Transitioning to Green Careers™ Certificate Program, please visit:
      • Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies, Fairleigh Dickinson University, http://view.fdu.edu/default.aspx?id=68
        • Phone: 800-338-3887, or 201-692-6500; Fax: 201-692-6505
        • Email: [email_address]
      • OR www.njtopps.com search keyword “ green ”
      • Transitioning to Green,
        • Larry Finkelstein: [email_address]
      Next Steps…
    • 36. Thank You!
        • Larry Finkelstein, [email_address]
        • Linda Morris Kelley, [email_address]
        • And the Transitioning to Green Foundation™ Jeana Wirtenberg, [email_address]
        • Find more information at:
        • www.ttgfoundation.org

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