Our Beyond 1% podcast sustainability series continues with our part two episode.
We are committed to sharing the voices of women in construction and will have a minimum of 50% guests as women, outside of our themed Women in Construction episodes. We are using this podcast as an opportunity to talk about a range of other relevant topics and an expanded list of guests.
This episode is part two of two, featuring three Sustainability Managers from across the business. Our host Nic Errol talks to Imogen Masters, Louise Farragher and James Roy in a continuation of their conversation recorded before World Environment Day, which was on 5th June 2021.
In this episode, they share advice for embarking on a career in sustainability, and how to be a better climate advocate.
You can listen to part one here.
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The added challenge of being a Sustainability Manager is a new way of working for those that have been in the industry a long time, so it’s sort of like a double hit trying to break outdated culture sometimes. As I gained more experience and knowledge, I found that being a female on a construction site is a strength and bringing feminine qualities to work actually helped with my collaboration and my approach.
Graduate Sustainability Manager
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