Corporate Social Responsibility, Climate Change, Environmental, Social and Governance, Sustainability, CSR
What you’ll learn
- Understanding the Introduction and types of corporate social responsibility (CSR)
- Learning the Principles and Key elements of CSR
- Analyze the Characteristics and Benefits of CSR
- Learning the CSR Policy, How CSR and Sustainability are related
- Understand the Career Opportunities in CSR and Corporate Sustainabilty Vs CSR
- No programming experience needed, You will learn everything you need to know
- Basic Knowledge of Social Works, Funding Projects, Circular Economy, Sustainability and Basic skills of CSR
Master course in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) ; The concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) describes how companies create social and environmental benefits while achieving their organizational goals, such as revenue growth and shareholder returns.
In today’s world, companies have extensive corporate social responsibility programs, and many of them dedicate whole departments and C-level executive roles to them. Chief corporate social responsibility officers and chief sustainability officers (CSOs) are what they call these people.
The end goal is always the same: Do well by doing good. There are a lot of types of corporate social responsibility, and it looks different for every company. With corporate social responsibility, companies can maintain profitability while supporting a meaningful cause.
As opposed than just looking at the bottom line, socially responsible companies think about the triple bottom line, which takes into account profit, people, and the environment.
It’s no coincidence that some of today’s most profitable companies are also socially responsible. Here are five ways to drive real change in your company through corporate responsibility.
An essential aspect of corporate social responsibility is the company’s commitment to reduce their impact on the environment and on their stakeholders as they grow their activities.
According to the European Commission, CSR is “the voluntary integration of social and environmental concerns into businesses’ operations and relationships with customers and suppliers.”
Seven central themes are outlined in ISO 26000:
1. What’s the company’s governance like?
2. The right to human dignity;
3. Relations between workers and employers;
5. Practice fairness;
6. The problems of consumers;
7. Development of communities.
In this master course, you can learn the 5 major topics,
1. Introduction and types of corporate social responsibility (CSR)
2. Principles and Key elements of CSR
3. Characteristics and Benefits of CSR
4. CSR Policy, how CSR and Sustainability are related
5. Career Opportunities in CSR and Corporate Sustainability Vs CSR
Who this course is for:
- All UG and PG Business students, Corporate Executives, Business Mentors, Startup funding seekers, Existing firms executives and directors, Mid and top level corporate managers