Social Responsibility – driving forward successful businesses
27th April at 1pm
CSR Accreditation are delighted to announce our very special guests joining us for our ‘Social Responsibility – Driving Forward Successful Businesses’ Webinar as part of the Buckinghamshire Business First Business Festival on 27th April at 1pm.
This webinar will look at the positive impact that social responsibility will have on building a sustainable business. It will explore some of the key benefits that will help businesses achieve positive results through discussion with selected guests.
Social responsibility is a broad concept that can take many forms depending on the organisation and sector. Through CSR programs, philanthropy, and volunteer efforts, organisations can benefit society while boosting their own brands. CSR is equally important for organisations and the communities in which they exist. CSR activities can help forge a stronger bond between employee and employer, they can boost morale and can help both employees and employers feel more connected with each other and the world around them.
What will be covered?
- The clear financial and social value of social responsibility.
- The financial impact of social responsibility, positive or negative:
- The impact on your reputation
- The impact on staff retention and recruitment
- Attracting Investment
Gwyn Jones – Director at the Association of Sustainability Practitioners: Gwyn is also a guest lecturer at several universities and business schools in Global Sustainability and Social Enterprise and Co-Founder of BUSEF – Bournemouth University Social Entrepreneurs Forum.
Ian Deninson – Chairman at Investors in People: Ian is a successful executive with over 35 years experience in both large global businesses and SME’s in the UK and internationally. Ian runs his own consulting business and is a Vistage Chair.
Join the CSR-A team plus our special guests as we explore some of the key benefits that will help businesses achieve a profitable and sustainable future.
Book your place HERE