One of the biggest pieces of advice I could offer anyone in developing their career within the infrastructure sustainability sector is to connect with and talk to people. Seems like a pretty simple, straightforward concept right? Simple, but incredibly effective too in terms of career development, improving your knowledge and plain old just enjoying your... Continue Reading →
What Does It Take To Be A Good Sustainability Manager?
After having a few conversations recently on this subject directly or indirectly around with peers, colleagues and mentees alike I thought this might be quite a ripe topic for sharing here on the blog. So, I guess the question in the heading is rather a broad one – what do we mean by “good”?... Continue Reading →
Resilience in Major Infrastructure Projects
Oh my goodness - how time flies when one is having fun! It was 8th March last time I posted and here we are now at the end of April! Anyway, I do have a couple of posts in the offing, but I thought I'd offer this up to share in the meantime (and at... Continue Reading →
Celebrating the Wonderful Women in Infrastructure
In my last post I mentioned that one of the topics I wanted to talk about was about women in sustainability or women in infrastructure more broadly. Well, the lovely folks at ISCA gave me a good reason to get my backside into gear and commit my thoughts to page (well, screen more accurately!) by... Continue Reading →