Date Time No. of Days Fees (Inclusive Taxes)
21/03/2024 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM 3835

ESG – Environment, Social & Governance


Customers and communities are demanding more transparency and organizations are increasingly being evaluated for the impact they have on society and the environment. Taking a proactive approach to sustainability can help organizations gain a competitive advantage while improving the world we live in.

The aim of this Sustainable workshop is to develop understanding of sustainable business by exploring changing relationships between businesses, communities and the environment around the world. This workshop aims to investigate the impact of sustainability on management practice through critical evaluation of corporate activity, drawing on a range of case study examples.

It aims to encourage sustainability thinking, challenging delegates to articulate creative ideas for how companies might align resource allocation with environmental and social responsibilities, building a positive climate for engaging people in organisations with sustainability issues.

It will discuss the emergence of, and rationale for employee engagement, encouraging delegates to reflect on how sustainability challenges are affecting, and being affected by business activity. The course will consider how management’s responsibility to shareholders for delivering financial returns might be balanced with meeting wider stakeholder expectations, highlighting mutual benefits to people, organisations and economies.

This workshop help delegates reflect on how sustainability policies might be integrated with business strategy and operations, and how this may link with competitiveness and brand integrity.

Key Benefits :

  • Better decision-making and time / resource allocation – leading to improved
  • long-term organisational performan ce
  • Introduction of sustainability into all levels of the organisation
  • Improved efficiency at strategic and operational levels
  • Lower levels of operating cos ts
  • Better relationships with suppliers
  • More effective programme and project implementation by managers


  • Natural Hazards
  • Green products, Air emissions
  • Energy and Water, Hazardous substances
  • Waste management
  • Soil and ground water
  • Climate change


  • Safety of employees and consumers
  • HR best practices (Benchmarks)
  • Fair disclosure, Community relations
  • Health and safety
  • Innovation


  • Business ethics and integrity,
  • Ethical Dilemma
  • Group exercises