Leadership and Governance

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Attendees and HRH The Prince of Wales at the Seeing is Believing report back
Seeing is Believing asks business leaders to take a day out of the office to visit a unique example of responsible business practice so they can then take the best ideas back into their organisations.
All too often, investors are uninterested in the sustainability performance of the companies they invest in. The Investor Project aims to provide CR professionals and CEOs with insight and tools to explain to shareholders the value of sustainability in protecting or creating competitive advantage.
Attendees and HRH The Prince of Wales at the Seeing is Believing report back
We ask business leaders to take a day out of the office to visit a unique example of responsible business practice so they can then take the best ideas back into their organisations.

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The challenge for business leaders is to ensure the wider responsibilities of business are understood within their organisation and in society and to demonstrate how a responsible approach to business will create value.
Senior business leaders go on a Seeing is Believing visit on Tuesday 7 March in Leeds to learn more about the value of social enterprises. Led by Charlotte Cool, the Vice President of Corporate Affairs at ASDA, attendees learnt the importance of working in collaboration with social enterprises to ensure a thriving, inclusive society.
Whilst events can affect your business in the short term, it is the big issues facing our society, communities,people and environment which ultimately shape your business over the long term.
Leading the debate on creating an inclusive digital future for all, Amanda Mackenzie, Business in the Community CEO will be joined by Frances O’Grady, TUC General Secretary and Carolyn Fairbairn Director General of the CBI, for a panel debate on ensuring we put people at the heart of how business transforms in response to digital disruption. We will also launch a new report on how we can shape the agenda for responsible business in the digital age.
BITC Cymru and The Royal British Legion in Wales are convening a roundtable event to consider the ways in which responsible businesses in Wales can start making their organisations more ready to recruit ex-service personnel and veterans.
Whilst events can affect your business in the short term, it is the big issues facing our society, communities,people and environment which ultimately shape your business over the long term.
Connectors and leaders from Fujitsu UK, Greggs, Lloyds and United Utilities show the benefits Business Connectors bring to the communities they work in, and the companies they're seconded from - including better community relations, understanding of markets and leadership development.
This paper is a call to action to UK businesses, NGOs and policymakers to collaborate and innovate to ensure that business and society benefit from the opportunities offered by digital transformation.
This leadership group is the driving force behind the Scottish National Action Plan for Responsible Business (SNAP-RB) – a plan for responsible business in Scotland, led by business, with government, for society. Its mission is to improve the lives of families affected by poverty through the collaborative actions of employers in Scotland.
Amanda Mackenzie OBE, Chief Executive of Business in the Community, shares her thoughts on Theresa May's closing speech at this years' Conservative Party conference.