London Corporate Training

      Advanced Corporate Social Responsibility

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      London Corporate Training
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      • London Corporate Training

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      Typology Short course
      Level Advanced
      Location London
      Duration 2 Weeks
      Start 02/12/2019
      • Short course
      • Advanced
      • London
      • Duration:
        2 Weeks
      • Start:
        02/12/2019
      Description

      Learn how to promote your organisation's contribution to society with this Advanced Corporate Social Responsibility, organized and imparted by London Corporate Training.

      Is it enough for companies simply to obey the law while seeking to grow profits and increase the dividends to their shareholders? Commentators would once have said there is no such thing as corporate responsibility, beyond these limited shareholder-value driven goals.

      But in the twenty-first century, board directors know the value of adopting a broader perspective – from taking account of the views and needs of all stakeholders – whether it be the communities in which a company operates, the suppliers in its supply chain, doing the right thing for their customers and employees and even benefiting society as a whole.

      This two-week CSR training course takes a deep look at the full Corporate Social Responsibility portfolio. It will examine numerous current case studies of good and bad practice, as well as examining the deep historical and philosophical roots of what we now call CSR.

      If you are interested in joining this educational experience, ask more details through emagister.co.uk.

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      02 Dec 2019
      London
      3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, England
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      London
      3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, England
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      Starts 02 Dec 2019
      Location
      London
      3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, England
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      London
      3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, England
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      Reviews on this course

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      Joao A. Manjate
      4.5 28/07/2015
      What I would highlight: This training course opened my eyes to CSR. Now, for sure, we will be able to address this within our organisation. I thank the facilitators who were able to convey key CSR issues and considerations.
      What could be improved: Nothing
      Would you recommend this course?: Yes
      Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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      2017

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      What you'll learn on the course

      Corporate Social Responsibility
      Public
      Governance
      Corporate Governance
      Corporate Social Resonsibility
      CSR
      Corporate Approaches
      Business Case
      CSR Perspectives
      CSR Standards
      Community Relations
      Environmental Sustainability
      Sustainability

      Course programme

      What is CSR 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

      The Business Case for CSR
      • The Strategic Imperatives involved in CSR
      • What is a business case?
      • USING tools to build the business case
      • Identifying and Managing CSR risks
      • The public procurement challenges from CSR
      • Getting and maintaining corporate support and approval

      Changing the Organisation to include CSR
      • Developing the CSR corporate vision
      • Setting our CSR strategic SMART objectives
      • Identifying and Managing affected stakeholders
      • How leaders make CSR happen
      • The key steps to make the CSR change effective

      Developing and Implementing the CSR plan
      • What should be in the CSR plan?
      • Communicating the plan
      • Piloting the plan
      • Overcoming objections
      • Measuring impact and results
      • Auditing and reviewing CSR performance
      • Reporting on CSR

      Sustainability in Purchasing
      • Managing a responsible Supply Chain
      • The Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code
      • Combating child labour in manufacturing
      • Controlling contractor abuses in construction
      • Maintaining ethical standards
      • Diversity in the supply chain
      • Conflict minerals policies

      Community Relations and Environmental Sustainability
      • Working effectively with host communities
      • Managing sensitive issues including payments and relocation
      • Building successful community projects
      • Assessing social and environmental risk
      • Managing operations sustainably
      • Case studies on community relations

      CSR Standards and Reporting
      • Sustainability Reporting frameworks
      • The Global Reporting Initiative
      • UN Global Compact
      • International Labour Organisation instruments
      • ISO 26000 How to report your CSR progress
      • Model examples and class exercise using GRI Sustainability Reporting

      CSR Perspectives
      • The politics of CSR
      • Creating shared value
      • Ethical consumerism
      • “Greenwashing”
      • CSR and tax avoidance
      • Applying Corporate Social Responsibility in non-corporate organisations
      • Future requirements for corporate responsibility