By attending this training workshop, you will start with the principles and practices of corporate social responsibility, examine the development of sustainability from its roots in religious or philanthropic acts by individuals, through to CSR projects, to its current position as an important means of assessing corporate reputation and investment attractiveness.
- From CSR to Sustainability
- Beyond philanthropy and charitable giving
- Criticisms of CSR
This training workshop is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will be of real value to:
- Community Relations managers and executives
- Health, Safety and Environmental managers and officers
- Risk managers and professionals
- Legal and compliance managers and professionals
- Managers and staff who wish to develop business practices to help their organizations act in a responsible way.
- Managers and staff concerned with influencing or implementing corporate strategies that consider environmental, social and governance issues.
- Managers and staff responsible for CSR projects.
- Managers and staff who plan and implement corporate policies in relation to community relations, environmental protection, health and safety, procurement and the supply chain.
- Any member of the organization who is tasked with developing sustainability or corporate responsibility initiatives or strategies.
- Executives tasked with delivering business results while at the same time protecting and enhancing their company’s reputation for responsible behaviour.
Upon completion of this training workshop, you will have:
- Tracked the development of ideas promoting sustainability.
- Recognized the different strands of thinking that have contributed.
- Discussed where your organization is along the sustainability continuum.
- Discussed the criticisms that can be made of corporate social responsibility.
£680 + VAT