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2006 Corporate Social Responsibility Forum


Thursday, 21st September 2006 at 1:09 pm
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Summit shows how leading Australian businesses are profiting from Corporate Social Responsibility

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2006 Corporate Social Responsibility Forum
Thursday, 21st September 2006 at 1:09 pm

Summit shows how leading Australian businesses are profiting from Corporate Social Responsibility

Do you want to learn how leading Australian companies are profiting from CSR? Explore the latest trends. Debate the future of corporate social responsibility in Australia. Build closer relationships between leading and emerging thinkers in the CSR space. Discover a process to fast track your organisation through cultural change. Exchange insights to how to achieve unprecedented levels of innovation, employee engagement and productivity. Develop strategies to significantly improve your triple bottom line.

Then you must attend this years CSR Summit to be held November 22 – 24 at the Convention Centre, Luna Park, Sydney.

Continuing the momentum of the highly successful 2005 Inaugural Summit attended by over 380 Australian and international delegates, this years Summit features a two day plenary program; one day hands-on workshop, a black tie diner with Senator Grant Chapman – Chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services: Corporate Responsibility – Managing Risk and creating value, along with a CEO only forum delivering thought leadership and networking exclusively for CEO, Company Directors and Industry Leaders.

This year’s theme is “How CSR delivers Profits and Competitive Edge”. Over 30 of Australia’s leading thinkers, company directors, academics and practioners will share how to find the gold within CSR. So what ever your interest or trigger – be it risk management, learning how to innovate and maximise opportunities, reputation enhancement, the opportunity to develop programs for good, how to engage staff, reduce waste or your desire to learn more about benchmarking and reporting – we encourage your participation.

Book 3 delegates from the same organisation and receive the 4th free. MOSS members can also save over $800 in discounts. Book early as numbers are limited. Please refer to www.csrsummit.com for more details.




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