When: 29 March 2013, 09:00am to 12:00pm
Where: To be confirmed
Contact: Jasmine Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cost : TBC
For many who still only see Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a “nice to have”, CSR is merely a box to check with no clear strategic purpose; normally just set the budgets for annual donations and volunteering events. However, there are also some companies who are beginning to break out from the standard reasons for “investing” in CSR and realise that having a structured strategy, framework, and mindset of CSR can actually result in a positive ROI for their business.
Due to rising stakeholder expectations, increased resource constraints, and more complex regulatory environments, there is a growing trend of companies moving away from the intangible application of CSR to strategically looking at where social, environmental, and economic exposures and opportunities exist for the business itself.
Richard Brubaker, Founder of Collective Responsibility, will explain this trend in detail. Through this workshop, participants will learn about the five programmes that every company must align to their own value proposition. Programmes that offer strategic value for a company’s business through a better understanding of their communities, stronger relationships with stakeholders, more productive employees, and the growth of brand loyalty within their ecosystem.
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