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BSR Conducts Stakeholder Engagement and Supply Chain Trainings to Help Companies Improve Corporate Social Responsibility Management and Performance

Submitted by: BSR

Categories: Business Ethics

Posted: May 08, 2003 – 12:00 AM EST

 

May 08 /CSRwire/ - San Francisco, CA – Preparing corporate leaders and staff to address some of today’s most challenging social and environmental issues, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) today announced a series of upcoming corporate trainings on stakeholder engagement and supply chain management. Scheduled U.S. sessions include:

June 10, 2003, in San Francisco
Stakeholder Engagement: Charting the Corporate Course

July 22, 2003, in New York
Stakeholder Engagement: Charting the Corporate Course

July 23, 2003, in New York
Supply Chain Management: Identifying and Implementing Social and Environmental Responsibility

September 24, 2003, in Chicago
Stakeholder Engagement: Charting the Corporate Course

November 11, 2003, in Los Angeles at the BSR Annual Conference
Stakeholder Engagement: Building Effective Relationships with Indigenous Peoples
Stakeholder Engagement: Charting the Corporate Course
Supply Chain Management: Identifying and Implementing Social and Environmental Responsibility

Complete session descriptions and registration details are available online at www.bsr.org/trainings. Reduced pricing available for early registration, multiple trainings and BSR members. Space is limited. Early registration ends: May 20 (for San Francisco training), June 30 (for New York trainings), and August 31 (for Chicago training).

These trainings are open to participants from multiple companies. Trainings customized to a single company’s industry, geographies, corporate culture, and/or management systems are also available upon request.

About BSR Trainings
Building capacity and providing the tools needed to improve corporate social responsibility (CSR) management systems and performance, BSR trainings cover a range of issues including codes of conduct, human rights, Indigenous Peoples, labor standards, responsible supply chain management and stakeholder engagements at the corporate and local/operational level. BSR’s "Stakeholder Engagement: Charting the Corporate Course" is being conducted through a partnership with AccountAbility. BSR offers trainings tailored to executives, employees or suppliers. BSR has trained more than 3,000 business managers in more than 20 countries throughout Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America,

About BSR
Founded in 1992, Business for Social Responsibility is a global nonprofit organization that helps member companies achieve success in ways that respect ethical values, people, communities and the environment. BSR provides information, tools, training and advisory services and promotes cross sector collaboration to make corporate social responsibility an integral part of business operations and strategies. BSR member companies have nearly $2 trillion in combined annual revenues and employ more than six million workers around the world. For more information, visit www.bsr.org.

For more information, please contact:

David Eichberg Business for Social Responsibility
Phone: 415.537.0890 x112

 

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