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Building the business case for being a responsible business

This course will help you to identify the business benefits from CR and put them into a meaningful framework.

This course was developed with EABIS based on the publication Building the Business Case for being a Responsible Business - a collaboration betweeen BITC and The Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility at Cranfield School of Management.

Dates: TBC

Venue: London - further details TBC

Price:
BITC Members: £420 + VAT EABIS: The Academy of Business in Society logo

Non BITC members: £525 + VAT

How to book

To reserve a place on a future course, please contact Jessica Runicles on 020 7566 8796.  Discounts may be available for delegates from SMEs, depending on demand.

Who should attend?

This course is aimed primarily at anyone responsible for developing the business case for CR, or anyone who needs to know and communicate the business case. Managers will also get some benefit from this course to the extent that they have responsibility for building or articulating the business case for CR.

The course assume at least a basic knowledge of corporate responsibility.

What will you gain from attending this course?

At the end of this course, attendees should:

  • Understand why a sound business case for being a responsible business matters

  • Understand the main business benefits of CR

  • Be aware of examples of companies where the business case has driven CR

  • Be able to identify the specific business case elements that apply to your organisation

  • Begin to articulate the business case for your business

Additionally, organisations will benefit from:

  • Gaining the ability to develop a sound business case for CR which underpins metrics and management systems

  • A better understanding of the business reasons for engaging on CR which will help align CR stragey with core business