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INTRODUCTION
This training course delves into the concept of corporate social responsibility, which examines whether organizations should play a bigger role by considering the impact of the company’s activities rather than simply serving its stakeholders.
COURSE DURATION
5 days.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Professionals in private companies, international organizations, NGOs, and governments who would like to learn and apply the concept of CSR will find this program helpful.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
· Analyze the complex issues that confront organizational leaders as they develop CSR programs.
· Investigate the associations between corporate procedure and CSR and the effect on foundational hierarchical standards, for example, mission and vision.
· Analyze the impact of CSR implementation on corporate culture, particularly as it relates to social issues.
· Compare and differentiate the various perspectives and tradeoffs that exist in the range of CSR.
· Demonstrate a multi-partner point of view in survey CSR issues.
· Evaluate the level of commitment to CSR of various organizations and explain how it can be a source of competitive advantage.
· Examine the scope and complexity of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Module 1. The Importance and Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility
· CSR Evolution
· CSR and social legitimacy
· CSR expectations in rich and in poor societies
· Moral and economic arguments for CSR
· Moral and economic arguments for CSR
Module 2. The Role of Stakeholders in CSR
· Corporate response to citizen demands via CSR
· Globalization and CSR
· Stakeholder advocacy
· Success and failure with CSR initiatives
· The communications revolution and its effect on CSR
· The five stages of organizational growth in CSR
· The role of business in society
Module 3. The Strategic Importance of CSR Implementation
· CSR as competitive advantage
· Environmental and other global forces propelling CSR
· Impact of globalization and communications technologies
· Implementing CSR
· The business-level CSR threshold
· The strategic CSR model
Module 4. Case Studies in Economic, Organizational, and Societal CSR Issues
· Economic/business issues (branding, diversity, sustainability, fair trade, wages)
· Organizational issues (actions versus intentions, corporate commitment, voluntary versus mandatory, stakeholder activism)

· Social issues (outsourcing, corruption, human rights, patents)


Course Provider Datastat Research
Course Fee $900
Course Delivery onsite, online
Course Duration 5 days
Website Link https://datastatresearch.org/courses/course.php?title=Training%20Course%20on%20Corporate%20Social%20Responsibility&id=4047&category=Development
Phone Number +254724527104
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