The Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre in partnership with the Circular Business Platform (CBP) is set to professionals in private and public organisations with the relevant tools and insights to lead sustainability and circularity transitions in their respective organisations across Africa.
Consequently, the schoolsays it has designed a training series for management professionals, organizations and host communities to equip them with the relevant skills and knowledge to lead sustainability and circularity transitions in facilities management.
According to a statement from the school, the training series with the theme: ‘Change for Sustainability and Circularity in Facilities Management’ is intended to equip participants with the requisite knowledge they need to lead the transition from a linear to a circular economy in their respective organisations.
The statement read in part, “This circularity transition is sure to reverse nature loss, reduce carbon footprint and
provide more eco-friendly options for individuals, organisations and communities that impact the environment positively.
“The webinar will be followed with an executive workshop on ‘Leading Impact through the Circular Economy’, and a networking forum & business mixer on ‘Collaborating
for Impact in the Circular Economy’, scheduled for 3rd May and 5th May, 2023 respectively.
“Key stakeholders in the facilities management industry, sustainability experts, and circular economy thought leaders will explore the latest global trends and best practices in sustainable facilities management and circularity which will expose facility managers within Nigeria to the latest tools…
“Gobal insights, and best practices to help them conserve resources, minimise cost and lead change in sustainability, circular transitions, and sustainable waste management processes in their respective facilities.
“The Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre in in partnership with Circular Business Platform which is an initiative of the Circular Economy Innovation Partnership (CEIP), remains committedb @to spearheading, sustainability and circularity that advances sustainable economic growth by driving thought leadership and promoting sustainable best practices across public, private and nonprofit organisations in Africa.”