Risk and Responsible Business Practices
The course explores the broad and distinct dimensions of business practices that impinge upon the issue of risk, ranging from labour matters to human rights to environmental concerns, and from corporate governance to ethical business practices such as product safety, responsible marketing and advertising, and anti-corruption.
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Who should attend?
Who Should Attend?
This course will be of most value to:
- Boards of Directors
- Executive Management
- In-House Counsel
- Corporate Lawyers
- Institutional Investors
- Risk and Compliance Professionals
Day One: The Broad Dimensions of Responsible Business Practices
- Session 1: The Broad Dimensions of CSR and Sustainable Development
- Session 2: The Business Case for CSR and Sustainable Development
- Session 3: The Growing Influence of the Wider Community of Stakeholders
Day Two: Environmental Concerns and Labour Issues
- Session 1: Environmental Concerns
- Session 2: Water Risk
- Session 3: Climate Change
- Session 4: Labour Issues
- Session 5: Understanding International and Company Codes of Conduct
Day Three: Other Dimensions Implicating Responsible Business Practices
- Session 1: Product Safety
- Session 2: Corrupt Business Practices
- Session 3: Marketing and Advertising
- Session 4: Market Abuse
- Session 5: Fair Taxation
- Session 6: A Digitalised Future
Day Four: Managing Risks and Business Opportunities
- Session 1: Strategies for Integrating Responsible Business Practices within Business Operations
- Session 2: Risk Oversight and Risk Management
- Session 3: The UN Sustainable Development Goals and Business Opportunities
Course fee: £4495+VAT
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