Driving a responsible and regenerative future through business.
Over the past two decades, the role of organisations in society has changed significantly. Whilst the so-called ‘shareholder capitalism’ has provided us with strong economic growth, it has has also led to severe social and environmental damage.
Thus, the U.S. Business Roundtable and the World Economic Forum recently re-defined the purpose of business in the 21st century and established ‘stakeholder capitalism’ as a new paradigm for “building back better”.
Thought-leading organisations have already recognised that they can only reach their full potential and keep competitive advantage in the post-growth economy when they consider all stakeholders, including customers, partners, employees, society and the planet within their decision-making processes and equally pursue economic, social and environmental goals.
But how do you get started?
Due to the overload of information on the topic of managing sustainability, this training aims to bring clarity into the confusion by providing leaders with an overview of the most recent developments, important requirements, and first action steps for implementing a responsible and sustainable stakeholder-oriented strategy in their companies.
This training is specifically designed for managers and leaders and provides a compact introduction to sustainability:
You will learn about the most important global developments and milestones on the way to a sustainable (business) future
You will get an overview of the most important concepts, standards, frameworks, and methods that allow you to competently participate in sustainability discussions and initiatives
You will learn how to integrate your stakeholders into business decisions and pursue economic, social and environmental goals at the same time
You will develop an initial business case for managing sustainability in your company with guidance from our seasoned experts
This leadership training integrates 3 different elements: Guided training sessions, organised learning in groups and practical application
In the seminar, our experienced coaches and trainers provide insights and know-how around hybrid leadership. Participants will also solve self-organised challenges on their own responsibility and will be supported by our coaches. In parallel, a method case is created so that participants can integrate their knowledge and apply it in their daily work.
Our Learning Experience Design Team focuses on delivering outstanding learning experiences. We believe that cognitive understanding is not enough to create lasting change. Personal and emotional experiences, reflections and feedback are important to deeply embed the new and also create a desire to change.
Are you interested in a training or a workshop – and want to make sure that your requirements are considered perfectly?
Verena Rhoads will answer your questions and advise you concerning your individual requirements. Use our contact form or speak to Verena directly:
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