The Business Case for CSR Seminar -Advertorial
17 July 2003 at 1:07 pm
“Walking the Talk – Corporate Social Investment in Action” is the first in a series of workshops offered to corporates and others engaged in planning, implementing or evaluating corporate social investment programs.
The Sydney Swinburne seminar series profiling the business case for CSI is being hosted but the Asia-Pacific Centre for Philanthropy and Social Investment.
The August 7 seminar sees Ms Sam Mostyn, Group Executive, Culture and Reputation for Insurance Australia Group discuss the building blocks for Insurance Australia Group’s integrated multi-year corporate social investment strategy.
This includes the role of employees, stakeholder expectations and the need to interrogate the organisation’s purpose.
Mostyn has an extensive background in law, corporate affairs, human resources and politics. She was also a senior adviser (communications) to former Prime Minister, Paul Keating.
She serves on the Academic Advisory Board of the Australian Institute of Management, is a Trustee of the Australian Museum and is a Board member of the State Rail Authority of New South Wales, and the Sydney Festival.
Michael Moore, the Public Relations manager with Bristol Myers Squibb Australia will present the local case for a global company, evaluating programs and discussing the lessons so far.
A former metropolitan daily journalist, and ministerial press secretary, Moore’s responsibilities at BMS include media, corporate image and reputation and internal communications. He manages the company’s corporate social responsibility program, Work & Community.
The half-day seminar will take place on August 7 at 2.0pm to 6.30pm at the Australian Graduate School of Management, 1 O’Connell Street, Sydney.
The Registration fee is normally $180 including GST. Pro Bono Australia readers can register for the special price of $150 including GST.
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