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June 2020

Training course: Building a Culture of Responsibility – London

Wed, 10 June @ 09:30 - 16:30
London United Kingdom
Various prices

Find out how to use your responsible business strategy to embed leadership at all levels in your organisation. You will consider how responsible business impacts all functions and levels of seniority. Your organisation or sector may call this work corporate responsibility (CR), corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability or corporate citizenship but at Business in the Community (BITC) we call it responsible business. Irrespective of the name used, BITC can help you put creating healthy communities and a healthy environment at…

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Training course: Driving change for Responsible Business – London

Thu, 11 June @ 09:30 - 16:30
Various prices

This course, jointly developed by Business in the Community (BITC) and Cranfield University, will give those attending the tools needed to get traction on a company's responsible business programme. Course objectives At the end of this course, attendees should: know how to recognise their organisational context and the related enablers and barriers to implementing change for responsible business understand which tools to use to drive change be able to identify the change their corporate responsibility program is trying to create,…

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Training course: Building a Culture of Responsibility – London

Tue, 16 June @ 09:30 - 16:30
London United Kingdom
Various prices

Find out how to use your responsible business strategy to embed leadership at all levels in your organisation. You will consider how responsible business impacts all functions and levels of seniority. Your organisation or sector may call this work corporate responsibility (CR), corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability or corporate citizenship but at Business in the Community (BITC) we call it responsible business. Irrespective of the name used, BITC can help you put creating healthy communities and a healthy environment at…

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Training course: Driving change for Responsible Business – London

Wed, 17 June @ 09:30 - 16:30
Various prices

This course, jointly developed by Business in the Community (BITC) and Cranfield University, will give those attending the tools needed to get traction on a company's responsible business programme. Course objectives At the end of this course, attendees should: know how to recognise their organisational context and the related enablers and barriers to implementing change for responsible business understand which tools to use to drive change be able to identify the change their corporate responsibility program is trying to create,…

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October 2020

Training course: Stakeholder Engagement

Tue, 27 October @ 09:30 - 16:30
London United Kingdom

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…

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November 2020

Training course: Defining What Matters-Risk and Materiality – London

Tue, 24 November @ 09:30 - 16:30
Various prices

Using a risk framework and an impact and likelihood assessment tool we will show you how to get responsible business issues on to your organisation’s risk register. This will ensure that they are getting the attention at the highest levels. Additionally, we will demonstrate the tools for you to build an accurate materiality matrix for your organisation that considers the opinions of your stakeholders and an assessment of the impact of the issues on your organisational strategic objectives. Course objectives…

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January 2021

Training course: Community Investment Strategy – London

Tue, 26 January 2021 @ 09:30 - 16:30
Various prices

Discover the five principles of community investment and explore how these can be applied to your business. The framework provides companies with a clear system on how to evaluate their current activity and plan their community investment strategy and delivery journey. They will also build your knowledge about the range of approaches and tools for social impact evaluation. Course objectives Attendees will gain the skills needed to design and deliver an effective community investment strategy and programmes. Course groups will…

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February 2021

Training course: Building a Culture of Responsibility – London

Tue, 23 February 2021 @ 09:30 - 16:30
London United Kingdom
Various prices

Find out how to use your responsible business strategy to embed leadership at all levels in your organisation. You will consider how responsible business impacts all functions and levels of seniority. Your organisation or sector may call this work corporate responsibility (CR), corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability or corporate citizenship but at Business in the Community (BITC) we call it responsible business. Irrespective of the name used, BITC can help you put creating healthy communities and a healthy environment at…

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March 2021

Training course: Driving change for Responsible Business – London

Tue, 23 March 2021 @ 09:30 - 16:30
Various prices

This course, jointly developed by Business in the Community (BITC) and Cranfield University, will give those attending the tools needed to get traction on a company's responsible business programme. Course objectives At the end of this course, attendees should: know how to recognise their organisational context and the related enablers and barriers to implementing change for responsible business understand which tools to use to drive change be able to identify the change their corporate responsibility program is trying to create,…

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