Training course: Engaging Employees through Responsible Business
Wed, 08 January @ 09:30 – 16:30
This course looks at how to use responsible business to engage your employees and how to use engaged employees to embed responsibility. It is accredited by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
This course is also offered as part of the Responsible Business Management programme.
Outline of the Engaging Employees through Responsible Business module
- By the end of this module, delegates will be able to:
- explain the ways in which responsible business can strengthen employee engagement
- discuss the importance of organisational context
- identify practical actions and opportunities to improve engagement
- plan how to measure engagement
- devise a strategy for engaging employees through responsible business.
The Responsible Business Management programme
Developed to improve knowledge and build key skills, the training course consists of six modules exploring key topics on integrating responsible business. The programme delivery is via facilitated discussions, guest speakers, best practice and case studies in small interactive groups.
Key benefits of the programme
- Increase organisational buy-in and develop your internal network.
- Build a range of strategies to help integrate your responsible business activities.
- Gain confidence and enhance your communications.
Who should attend?
This training is relevant to professionals with some understanding of responsible business practices who are looking to build their skills and expertise. The programme can also be used to refresh plans and gain ideas from current business methods.
- BITC Members £480 plus VAT or one credit
- Non-members £595 plus VAT
Who to contact for further information
To reserve a place on this module or for further information, contact CRTraining@bitc.org.uk.
Full joining instructions will be disclosed on booking.
Find out more about BITC’s ILM accredited six-module training programme for professionals designing and delivering responsible business strategies and corporate responsibility programmes.