Understanding your energy culture tool
- <p>Energy Institute<br />61 New Cavendish Street<br />London<br />W1G 7AR</p>
Non-Member - 700.00
Member - 500.00
This workshop-based tool will help you to understand your company ‘energy culture’ – in short, this is ‘how we do things around here’. It includes a short questionnaire to help measure the existing culture – and to see what better culture looks like – and exercises to discuss how to improve and move the organisation up the ‘culture ladder’.
Understanding your energy culture is a new tool adapted from the well-known Understanding your HSE culture tool. The Energy Institute has adapted the research and learning behind improving safety culture to improve energy management performance. It was created with funding from:
- Energy and Technical Services Ltd.
- Energy Institute
- UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) (research grant)
- The EI Hearts and Minds research fund
Energy Management Culture Tool Training Day Programme:
1. Theory behind EMCT
2. The basics
3. The ethos
4. Compliance or conformity
5. Intrinsic motivation
- Leadership and Culture
1. Why leadership is important
2. What is culture
3. Leadership shapes information flow
4. Culture change how does it work
5. Discussion session – about their organisation, engagement, key barriers, stakeholders, etc (Understand own culture)
- Energy Management Culture Tool
1. What, why, how.
2. Culture Ladder, path, reactive, calc, pro, gen
3. The Tool – how to use
4. Results - how to generate and map
5. Discussion session on results example used
6. Carry out own EMCT of own organisation & plot results
7. Discussion session of results
- Delivering the EMCT
- Facilitation, how to
1. Outlining the expectations and rules for own organisation
2. What to do with the results
1. Stages and elements of change
2. Sustaining the change
3. What to consider for own organisation
- Action Plan
1. What are your next steps
2. 100-day plan
- Wrap up
Who is it for?
The UYEC workshop should be facilitated by someone with good facilitation skills – however the facilitator does not need to have specialist knowledge in energy management, although this might help. Usually, the facilitator will be either be a trainer, an energy manager or someone with an interest in energy management.
Phil has over 25 years’ experience working as a building services engineer. He is Chartered Energy Manager, ISO 50001 Lead Auditor, ESOS Lead Assessor and the Chairman for the Energy Institute South Western and South Wales Branch. His expertise includes Energy Management Systems (EnMS), ISO 50001, energy audits, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems, M&E services and Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Audits.
- Training Team
- +44 (0)20 7467 7178