Your door to a whole new adventure on the fun side of sustainability.

How the application process works

  • The starting point is for you to tell me a bit about your situation and your goals.
    How? You fill out as much of the form below as you’re comfortable with.
  • After you submit the form, you will automatically go through you to my booking page to schedule an application interview.
  • On that call, we’ll discuss your goals and the value the program can offer you.
  • If you qualify, then we work through the admin of call frequency, times, etc. We also work out payment details.
  • While you’re waiting for the call, you can use the additional questionnaires and resources on the post-booking page to further clarify your goals.

Who is this program a good fit for?

SME Operators






What my clients say…

Strategic and positive

“Leigh has a unique ability to draw out positive notions and move regenerative thinking forward in business strategy.
Her wealth of wisdom and depth of experience is openly shared whilst helping to unlock personal potential and see opportunities that are a little less obvious… She’s a breath of fresh air, an influential presence and a mindful advisor.”
Allie Ames
Twine and Stem

Great mentor

“Leigh’s unique blend of know how and inspiration makes her a whole lot of fun as well as informing and empowering. Increase your planetary success story. She’s a great mentor, educator and writer.”
Anne-Maree McInerney
Models of Success and Sustainability.

What are your objectives?

This short questionnaire will help you clarify what your goals are and what you want from the program. Tell me as much (or as little) as you’re comfortable with.

The contents are just a guide to me for our interview – they live in my Inbox until we’ve talked, then I delete them. They don’t go to anyone else for any other purpose.

They add value for you because the more I know about you, the more effectively I can share the knowledge you need to dive in and make a difference.

Program Application

Frequently answered questions

We need to re-invent everything – from food and fashion to buildings and cities. So there’s innovation opportunity in all sectors.

And the companies busy playing regeneration need staff in all areas – from OHS to sales support.

Yes, energy and transport are certainly major and pressing issues. However, independent solutions modelling indicates that:

  • Energy generation is about 25% of emissions
  • Transport is around 12% of emissions
    (Project Drawdown, 2020 Review)

And that’s just atmospheric pollution – not materials, construction, agriculture and habitat.

Most governments could be doing more! AND

  • The environmental challenges we face are the result of the industrial systems that design, build and deliver the products and services we use every day. These systems are mostly run by business.
    They are regulated with varying levels of success by government – but most national governments can’t even get corporations to pay income tax!
  • Disruptive economic innovation at a global scale ( think smartphones, eCommerce) hasn’t been LED by government for decades – it’s increasingly led by entrepreneurs and innovators.
  • Think back over big programs you’ve seen delivered by your national government (COVID response for example). How happy were you with the way they were run?

Government action is PART of the answer – but nowhere near all of it.

Citizen entrepreneurs, inventors and intrapreneurs have been working on solutions for decades – and today there’s a rich smorgasbord of COMMERCIAL opportunities.

So you can get a piece of the action too.

Electricity generation is about 25% of our challenge, transport about another 12%.

There are opportunities across industries from agriculture to fashion to construction.

And each of those industries employs a full range of workers – from IT to production to sales.

Renewable energy is a growth industry, anyway – with jobs from welding and cleaning to sales and customer support.

High impact opportunities are closer and more abundant than most people realise.