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Engaging Stakeholders for Sustainable Event Success

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A simple overview, complete with real life examples, for collaborating with suppliers and stakeholders to create better, more sustainable events.

A simple overview, complete with real life examples, for collaborating with suppliers and stakeholders to create better, more sustainable events.

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  • Backcasting… begin with the end in mind.. = Vision and objectives inform the plan Did this nice dinner start with an evaluation of how the lettuce was grown?Was there an analysis of the emissions related to the compact fluorescent lights and local transport to attend the meal? No.. What do we think? We consider who is coming.. And what they might like. And we think about where we can find those things.. Who can help us? All with a goal of having the dinner be a great experience. These are people who are special to us. .. How can we have this desired outcome? Will we achieve the outcome by using child labor? Or by going broke it creating the dinner? Or by cleaning the house with toxic chemicals?
  • Who are the stakeholders we’re talking about? How do you know what the want? How will their feedback inform a revision of the desired outcomes?
  • Who are the stakeholders we’re talking about? How do you know what the want? How will their feedback inform a revision of the desired outcomes?
  • In anticipation of COP15 in Copenhagen, Joanna Christensen, project designer for the World Business Summit on Climate Change, was having trouble getting engagement from the main conference venue to support sustainable event practices. Note: Sustainability was fundamental to the success of the program. How to engage this stakeholder? Solution=Collaboration.. Johanna reached out to meeting planners who met to align their sustainability goals. Then, as a block, they met with the venue .. Overcoming objectives and taking away excuses. The result was that the venue is now a champion of sustainability and supports planners with green meeting practices
  • 8 different charities, 1 ton of material, $40k value to local communityRonald McDonald House – Napkins, plates, cups, Windex, coffeeSecond Harvest Food Bank – Food & DrinksHabitat for Humanity – Building materials, cabinets, buckets, etc.My Neighbors Children – Building materialsA Gift for Teaching – Totes, paper, pens, backpacks, t-shirts, small garbage cansThe Beta Center – HumidifiersCenterplate – Assorted plates & traysElementary School – Foam core signage
  • Excerpts from sustainability reportsBiggest benefit is year two and beyond
  • Excerpts from sustainability reportsBiggest benefit is year two and beyond
  • APEX, ISO20121
  • Excerpts from sustainability reportsBiggest benefit is year two and beyond
  • APEX, ISO20121
  • MeetGreen Calculator – compares you to you and you to everyone else in the system (anonymously)
  • MeetGreen Calculator – compares you to you and you to everyone else in the system (anonymously)
  • MeetGreen Calculator – compares you to you and you to everyone else in the system (anonymously)
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    • 1. Collaborative Design:Engaging Stakeholders for Change
    • 2. Desired Outcomes!http://www.psprive.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Dinner-table.jpg
    • 3. Stakeholder?
    • 4. Stop!
    • 5. Example
    • 6. Example
    • 7. Step by Step Vision Plan Share Review 7
    • 8. Visionhttp://www.ashesandsnow.org/media/images/common/vision.jpg 8
    • 9. Plan 9
    • 10. Pro tip: Steal good ideas 10
    • 11. MeasureKey Performance Indicators 11
    • 12. Share 12
    • 13. Pro tip: ReportEvent Comparison of Total Score Report from the MeetGreen® Calculator 13
    • 14. Example 14
    • 15. Imagine. Collaborate. Design. Succeed. 15
    • 16. Connect. Sustain. Thrive. Michael Luehrs michael@meetgreen.com +46 0701 909 830 www.meetgreen.com Twitter: @michaelluehrs

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