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Training course: Stakeholder Engagement

Nov 27
A model of molecules connected together
Date and time
Wed, 27 November  @  09:30  -  16:30
Price
Location
London United Kingdom
Audience
CSR practitioners
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Wed, 27 November 2019  @  09:30  –  16:30

A model of molecules connected together

Determine the best ways to identify, understand and engage with stakeholders and why this is vital to delivering a successful responsible business strategy.

Learn techniques for mapping the most relevant groups and about when to use the different methods of engagement.

Delegates will:
  • understand the concept of stakeholder engagement and how it can contribute to sustainable business
  • learn the fundamentals of best practice in engagement
  • know how to use practical tools and case studies
  • participate in facilitated exercises on planning engagement and mapping stakeholders
  • know about best practice reporting on engagement
  • gain insight into how other businesses have addressed stakeholder engagement.
Who should attend?

Everyone who is looking to add value to their business through stakeholder engagement. This could include corporate responsibility practitioners who would like to improve their organisation’s transparency, and better understand the role of stakeholders and how they can be involved in strategy development, innovation, risk management and reporting.

Price per individual module
  • BITC members £640 plus VAT
  • Non-members £800 plus VAT

Companies can take out an Responsible Business Management Training partnership through their core BITC membership.

Contact for further information

To reserve a place on this module or for further information, contact RBTraining@bitc.org.uk.

Full joining instructions will be disclosed on booking.

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Details

Date:
Wed, 27 November
Time:
09:30 – 16:30
Event Category:
Website:
mailto: RBTraining@bitc.org.uk

Audience

CSR practitioners