Mobilising the potential contained within the staff base is vital for successfully implementing college and university policies. Equally, individual staff members need to be recognised as the innovators and change agents that are found at the heart of every aspect of institutional activity. A university or college needs to maximise the opportunities offered by formal HR processes, as well as encouraging broader engagement by the staff to achieve sustainable development.
EAUC-Scotland's Community Engagement Topic Support Network (TSN) is open to all, providing an opportunity for those working in or with the further and higher education sector to share ideas and questions and to get together to hear from particular speakers or discuss topics of interest. Find out more about the TSNs here.
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Distributed Leadership for the Long Game The University of Gloucestershire (UoG) has an enviable track record on sustainability for its small size and resource base. It is...
Keele University is different, and we do sustainability differently! We don’t have a Sustainability Co-ordinating Office, we don’t have a Director of...
Campus compost collaboration
Campus Community Fridge – the first UK university community fridge
Ditch disposables at King’s
Cross Atlantic project-based learning - a tale of two Worcesters
UWE supporting Bristol’s One City Plan
Rethinking rehabilitation - connecting communities through craft
Uni-link buses for better air
Positive Impact Partners: Building capacity through partnerships
A whole institution approach to combating modern slavery
Project SCENe: Sustainable Community Energy Networks
Turnaround - 360 degrees different
Resource Efficient Scotland ran a 'How to run a Staff Engagement Campaign' webinar, that is available to watch online. The session is primarily aimed at businesses...
The Sustainable City Challenge is a staff engagement programme designed to involve all staff.