Ritu Rajashekar joins UK-GBC’s 2017 Future Leaders programme
We are pleased to announce that Ritu Rajashekar, Waterman’s Senior Sustainability Consultant, has joined the UK Green Building Council’s 2017 Future Leaders programme.
Now in its 4th year, the 9-month programme brings together early-stage professionals from across the built environment industry to take part in a unique programme of leadership and innovation. Future Leaders provides a forum for tomorrow’s leaders to work with the most critical issues that the sector will face in the future, and challenges participants to work collaboratively to address these.
The programme takes participants on a journey to develop skills in personal leadership, collaborative thinking, business model development, innovation and storytelling.
Cat Hirst, Head of Leadership and Innovation at UK-GBC, commented: “We’re delighted to be convening such a talented and diverse group of individuals for the programme’s fourth year. Future Leaders is absolutely key to providing the space and structure for high-potential individuals to challenge traditional assumptions and work together to champion innovation, ensuring sustainability is central to business leadership.”
The programme will commence on the 25th – 27th January 2017, followed by a series on innovation workshops, where Future Leaders develop unique business models presenting them to current business leaders in the built environment.
Waterman’s Anna Bacon, Director of Infrastructure & Environment, is an active member of the UK-GBC Leaders’ Network and engages in a range of activities and attends events. The Network brings together senior leaders and has a vital role in driving transformational change, by influencing responsible business practice, Government policy and sustainable performance.
For more information about the Future Leaders programme, please click here.
To find out more about the Leaders’ Network, please click here.