Formation à la RSE

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is concerned with the impact of organisations on the natural and human environment. Emerging from various historical movements towards environmental awareness, social equality and fair trade, CSR is a common thread running through the strategies and operations of all institutions (private companies, public administrations, NGOs).

This seminar presents the origins and evolution of CSR, the systems and measures for integrating CSR into processes with internal and external stakeholders, and the alternatives between differentiated CSR strategies. It advises on CSR reporting and various communications to convince partners to move from simple “environmental awareness” to concrete operations that put nature as key and equal stakeholder in all business strategies and activities.

  • Historical sources and current insights around CSR
  • CSR and ethical practices
  • CSR & good governance (ISO 26000)
  • CSR and business
  • Foundations, associations and social entrepreneurship as CSR partners
  • Environmental component: fields of action for environmental responsibility
  • Actors, partners and legislation in environmental protection
  • Social components and their fields of action in CSR
  • Actors, partners and legislation for social sustainability
  • Economic dimensions and performance indicators
  • Actors, partners and legislation for considering nature as an equal stakeholder
  • Selection of UN Sustainable Development Goals (the 17 SDGs)
  • CSR reports
  • Putting CSR at the centre of the institution’s strategy
  • Positioning CSR in the operational business
  • Strengthening systemic and circular processes along the triangle of sustainability
  • Initiating and implementing projects from the CSR perspective, in internal units and external partner networks
  • Communicating CSR measures and empowering all staff to participate
  • CSR reporting

Rich and flexible training design: theoretical input, discussions, reflection and sharing of experience, role-plays and simulations, practical exercises.

Evaluation of training impact:     

  • Short-term impact: at the end of the training
  • Long-term impact: 3 months after the training

Evaluation of acquired knowledge:    

  • Self-evaluation with a skills inventory
  • Questionnaire at the end of the training

Certificate: EUROBOGEN certificate of participation

  • No pre-conditions
  • All audiences