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How to succeed as a new sustainability manager Leadership for Sustainability

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How do you get started as a brand new sustainability manager? Libby Kerman stepped into the newly created role of sustainability manager with Lincolnshire Housing Partnership just a year after university. Now, two years on, she reflects on what she’s achieved and learned.
Libby talks about:
the achievements she’s most proud ofwho and what helped her succeedtackling her next big task: sustainability reporting
Listen for ideas and inspiration to help you make greater progress on sustainability:
why you sometimes learn most from people who resist changehow relationships with colleagues across the business have been crucialhow external networks of peers are so importantwhy you shouldn’t worry that you don’t have all the answerspodcasts that Libby has found useful on her journey 
You'll find all the links mentioned in this episode in the companion blog post here:
https://realise.earth/how-to-succeed-as-a-new-sustainability-manager/
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Mentioned in this episode:
Being a trusted (but not tame) sustainability leader
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How do you get started as a brand new sustainability manager? Libby Kerman stepped into the newly created role of sustainability manager with Lincolnshire Housing Partnership just a year after university. Now, two years on, she reflects on what she’s achieved and learned.
Libby talks about:
the achievements she’s most proud ofwho and what helped her succeedtackling her next big task: sustainability reporting
Listen for ideas and inspiration to help you make greater progress on sustainability:
why you sometimes learn most from people who resist changehow relationships with colleagues across the business have been crucialhow external networks of peers are so importantwhy you shouldn’t worry that you don’t have all the answerspodcasts that Libby has found useful on her journey 
You'll find all the links mentioned in this episode in the companion blog post here:
https://realise.earth/how-to-succeed-as-a-new-sustainability-manager/
👉 Get the Leadership for Sustainability newsletterDon't miss new episodes or your invitation to our Leadership for Sustainability roundtables – including, only for email subscribers, our team's rich insights and carefully curated resources. Subscribe now…

👉 Follow us on LinkedInConnect with Osbert Lancaster - drop me a message and let me know you listen to the podcast! – and follow Realise Earth.

Mentioned in this episode:
Being a trusted (but not tame) sustainability leader
​Join our next roundtable to share your experiences and discover how your peers are dealing with similar challenges in their particular situations.
Read more & register

40 min