Introduction to CSR (2-day)
In this programme, delegates will develop an awareness of why Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainability are important and how they can be incorporated into day-to-day business. The course features a range of real-life examples of companies with successful CSR policies and helps delegates to understand why taking care of people, the environment and the economy are vital for the long-term growth of their business.
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Who should attend?
- Executives involved in strategic and operational functions, including finance, corporate strategy, human resources, supplier or community relations, and government affairs
- Senior managers involved in setting up corporate governance or CSR initiatives
- Stakeholder managers responsible for their organisation’s dealings with the community, their employees and elsewhere
- Managers involved in developing, implementing and monitoring change programmes to improve standards of corporate behaviour and business conduct
- Appreciate why corporate social responsibility is important in the public and private sectors
- Examine how organisational behaviour is impacted by CSR
- Accurately analyse their current CSR and sustainability strengths
- Develop skills to initiate or improve CSR programmes in their organisations
- Examine examples of good and bad business behaviour across different industrial sectors
What is Corporate Social Responsibility and Why Does It Matter?
- The pressure for change
- The Legal Background of CSR
- Company directors’ obligations and CSR
- Voluntary measures
- Is CSR “Just Public Relations”?
- CSR and corporate governance links
Best Practice In CSR – Corporate Approaches on the Key Topics
- Codes of Practice
- Dealing with communities
- CSR and employees
- Managing suppliers responsibly
- Responsible client relations
- Corporate Responsibility and the environment