5 Years of Social Impact
5 Years of Social Impact

Our Projects and Initiatives

Boston Sustainability Advising specializes in assisting organizations reaching goals that change people's lives.

Some of our curent projects include:


  • A Health Information for All partnerhips in the Middle East
    • Country Representative in Saudi Arabia and Qatar for HIFA
  • Initiative for Heritage and Culture Communities Bridges
    • Tamar Heritage - culture, civilization, resiliance
  • UNESCO Club establishment
  • Antenatal and childbirth education
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility awareness program
  • Food and Agricultural Incubator
  • Mentoring Women in Research 

Projects focus areas

We have proudly served clients from a wide range of industries, including:

  • Health
  • Heritage and Culture
  • Global Citizens Diplomacy
  • Sustainable living


Dr. Tatjana Kobb at the March for Science


We as medical doctors are socially responsible to the people and the planet. Science has provided solutions to an incredible number of medical conditions and treatment of diseases. We, the medical community strongly stand beside and support science.


At Physicians for Social Responsibility we are taking action to educate the health professionals and empower the public with knowledge about the health consequences of climate change. We volunteer to engage them to respond.


This is our contribution toward achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that were launched in 2015 together with the UN Sustainable Development Agenda 2030. The goals are local and we all together with our community leaders have to take responsibility to drive the improvements that the world has agreed are achievable.


The rebalancing of society requires commitments from the leaders, understanding from the communities and guidance from the consciousness of every person that is committed to a better future for our children.


Climate Change has been declared a MEDICAL EMERGENCY by the Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change.


The Lancet Countdown tracks progress on health and climate change and provides an independent assessment of the health effects of climate change, the implementation of the Paris Agreement, and the health implications of these actions.


The health professionals not only have the ability but we have the responsibility to act as public health advocates by communicating the threats and opportunities to the public and policy makers and ensuring climate change is understood as being central to human wellbeing.


It is one of the greatest health threats facing humanity in the 21st century. As worldwide patterns of temperature, precipitation and weather events change, the delicate balance of climate and life is disrupted, with serious impacts on food and agriculture, water sources, and health.


The medical doctors, nurses and all the healthcare professionals must lead actions for the sustainable development to become possible reality for the generations from whom we have borrowed our planet.


"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou

Introduction to the Coaching Profession

What is coaching?

There are perhaps as many different definitions of coaching as there are coaches practicing the art. This speaks to the variety and diversity of perspectives pertaining to coaching.

Coaching at a glance: (Common definitions)

  • A coach transports a valued person from where they are to where they want to be. -old Webster


  • A coach is a trusted role model, adviser, wise person, friend, steward, or guide – who works with emerging human and organizational forces to tap new energy and purpose, to shape new visions and plans, and to generate desired results. The coach is someone trained and devoted to guiding others into increased competence, commitment and confidence. (Frederic Hudson, in Handbook of Coaching)


  • The process of equipping people with the tools, knowledge and opportunities they need to develop themselves and become more effective (David Peterson, 1996)


  • A pragmatic approach to help people manage their acquisition or improvement of skills’ and can be either ‘directive or non-directive (David Clutterbuck, 1998)


  • A collaborative solution-focused, results-orientated and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of performance, life experience, self-directed learning and personal growth of individuals and organizations (Anthony Grant, 2006)


  • Executive coaching is one-on-one, relationship based, methodology based, provided by a professional coach, scheduled in multiple sessions over time, goal-oriented for both individual and organizational benefit, customized to the person, and intended to enhance the person’s ability to learn and develop independently (David Peterson, 2010)


  • The facilitation of learning and development with the purpose of improving performance and enhancing effective action, goals achievement, and personal satisfaction (Peter Bluckert, 2006)


  • Coaching is a change process that mobilizes the strengths and realizes the potential of an individual or an organization (IC, 2010)


  • Unlocking a person’s potential to maximize his or her own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them. -Center for Creative Leadership


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