Corporate Social Responsibility 101 – A fresh look at CSR
Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility training
CSR practice – understanding, measuring and reporting on an organisation’s true impacts on society and the environment – has undergone a remarkable evolution in recent years.
Today, it is an important measures of business performance and success – driving competitive advantage and investor sentiment, contributing to the recruitment and retainment of employees and customers, and building strong brand value.
This revamped half-day short course will introduce you to the tenets of CSR, how it is practiced in Australia and around the globe, and how it reflects the social, political, economic and environmental issues of the day.
Using case studies, you will uncover how CSR is put into practice along with the challenges of implementation. Building on this, you will learn about the role of stakeholders and gain an understanding of its relationship to risk, reputation, governance, and innovation.
Participants will leave the course with:
- A solid foundation in the context and development of CSR
- Insight into the different approaches to CSR around the world
- An understanding of the emerging global architecture for CSR
- Knowledge about stakeholders, issues and risks
- The ability to communicate the benefits and business case for CSR.
Whether you are beginning a new role in CSR, or after a refreshing outlook on the topic, this short course is for you.
Past participants say:
“Leeora is fantastic – knows her CSR topics inside and out and provided great examples.”
“Leeora was an excellent presenter/facilitator who I felt managed to successfully pitch the content and navigate a room of people with widely varying levels of CSR expertise and exposure.”