volatile, complex, and uncertain world, it is very crucial and urgent for
businesses to understand key environmental and social risks and opportunities
and successfully manage them to drive innovation, competitiveness, create
shareholders value, reduce costs, maximize profit, improve operational
efficiency, conserve resources, mitigate environmental harm, improve brand
reputation and create value.
This all-encompassing two-day Corporate Sustainability
Management training aims to give you all the latest practical tools and
resources required to implement sustainability in strategies, operations and
DNA of any business.
identify practical strategies to navigate the challenges of developing a
sustainable business and learn management practices that positively impact the
Triple Bottom Line.
completing this course, participants will be able to demonstrate:
understanding of leading-edge thinking and practice in the highly dynamic
field of corporate sustainability management.
ability to develop and communicate a business case for sustainability.
with the conceptual frameworks and practical tools to apply sustainability
in an organisational setting. Participants will share in a participative
and collaborative learning environment.
management systems and performance frameworks for sustainability practices
for use in a variety of organizations
will learn how to reduce or eliminate business waste, also circular
an understanding on communication and reporting framework in-line with the
GRI G4 standard.
will help participants to formulate new and review existing corporate
policies such as energy policy, waste reduction policy, procurement
policy, labour policy, code of conduct etc.
regional and global standards, frameworks, principles on sustainability
will be taught.
is ideal for chief financial officers, chief risk officers, CSR/Sustainability
personnel, special projects teams, product development teams, occupational
health and safety officers, supply chain managers, operations personnel,
purchasing agents, facilities managers, engineers, Governance and Risk
Management, Human Resources, Marketing/Communications/PR, Quality, Corporate
Philanthropy/Foundations, accountants and anyone involved in setting
direction, managing risk, and developing environmental and social
strategy for an organization.
1: FROM CSR TO CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY: Transforming from a short-term philanthropy mind-set to a
more strategic, sustainable CSR approach
of the World
of terms (Corporate Philanthropy, CSR,
rise of Sustainability
Pillars (Environmental, Social, Economic,
between sustainability and CSR
of sustainability to business
2: SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENTS
(Board and Management)
framework for assessment
(SWOT, gap, industry benchmarking, environmental impact, etc.)
3: SUSTAINABILITY ROADMAPS & STRATEGY
(Setting the tone, explains the context, highlights focus areas and
different sustainability policies to adopt etc.
(initiatives and activities that bring policy to life)
(data that back up your claims, track progress overtime)
Thinking for Sustainability
targets metrics and tools
Engagement, Corporate governance and operations
solutions for short and long term
performance measures and KPIs
5: CIRCULAR ECONOMY (The act and science of waste elimination and resource life
and identifying business waste
business waste generation and Mapping the Waste-Elimination Process &
Waste at Work: Getting Started
Repair, Remanufacturing and Recycling
Stewardship, Extended Producer Responsibility
6: SUSTAINABILITY IN SUPPLY CHAIN, CARBON FOOTPRINT REDUCTION AND STAKEHOLDER
in supply chain
identification, engagement and strategy
rise of the carbon footprint strategy as part of the environmental
strategy. What can organizations do?
accounting and WRI Greenhouse Gas Protocol
7: SUSTAINABILITY (CSR/ ESG) REPORTING BASED ON GRI
importance of sustainability ratings
G4 Guidelines: Reporting on the Triple Bottom Line
Studies & exercises
practices on reporting communication