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Road Map for Integration – CSR in Australia

Tuesday, 2nd August 2005 at 1:08 pm
Staff Reporter
Road Map for Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility is a two day event in both Melbourne and Sydney in August (8th & 9th August, Melbourne and 11th & 12th August, Sydney)

Tuesday, 2nd August 2005
at 1:08 pm
Staff Reporter



Road Map for Integration – CSR in Australia
Tuesday, 2nd August 2005 at 1:08 pm

that focuses on providing the tools and support to lead the integration process.

The facilitator, Peter Davis from the UK’s Business in the Community organisation will draw on the case studies of practices from global, national and local companies.

He will also draw on the wealth of practical experiences from the 750 member companies, using the key tools that have proved effective in improving their business performance.

This marcus evans training course offers

– Strictly limited numbers to facilitate group interaction and individual focus

– A unique program combining leading edge case studies, research and theory in a tutorial style format

– A focus on practical, skills-based collaborative interactive learning

– Detailed pre-course questionnaire to help tailor the agenda to the needs of participants

– Comprehensive course materials incorporating case studies, theory, templates and worksheets including;

: “How to” packs covering setting up a community investment program, introducing employee volunteering and setting up awards schemes

: A resource pack of case studies relevant to your business sector and your course objectives

: A list of indicators that count – the core reporting indicators that companies should recognise in their reporting process

: A “Getting Started” review pack – including a self audit process, focus group activities and sample employee questionnaires

: CSR Competency Framework

: Corporate Responsibility Index guidance document

: A digest of the key CSR resources, including a summary of the major global initiatives in the field.

Event organisers says the field of responsible business practice is one of the most dynamic and challenging subjects corporate leaders face today.

Companies operating in globalising markets are increasingly required to balance the social, economic and environmental components of their business, whilst simultaneously building shareholder value.

In reality, corporate responsibility is no longer a luxury for companies. In today’s global economy, it is critical for companies to embrace social and environmental responsibility in order to meet the demands of their investors, consumers, employees, and communities they serve.

For more information and an electronic booking form in PDF format please email us at

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