In this half day seminar, Mike Tuffrey, international speaker and co-founder of Corporate Citizenship, will present best practice examples of corporate responsibility and sustainability from around the world.
Bringing to Australia a wealth of international experience, Mike will bring you bang upto date on;
- Global trends in reporting and engagement including the latest trends on materiality and integrated reporting using GRI, SASB and IIRC.
- Finding out how to refocus your company’s purpose and strategy and engage your employees.
- Guiding you through the Sustainable Development Goals and opportunities to create shared value.
- Navigating investor expectations and ratings and learn about the latest trends in corporate community investment measurement and reporting.
Particpants will be surveyed in advance to suggest topics or issues of most concern to them and course materials adjusted to fit.
Don’t miss this opportunity to find out about issues at the leading edge of corporate responsibility, from a global leader.
Please note that these tickets are for the Melbourne event, 11 July. For tickets to the repeat event in Sydney on 14 July please click here
More about Mike Tuffrey
Mike Tuffrey cofounded Corporate Citizenship – now comprising a team of 45 specialists across six locations worldwide – and has led the growth and development of LBG over the last 20 years.
Originally qualifying as a chartered accountant with KPMG, his career has encompassed leadership roles in the charity sector as well as public service as an elected member in London government. Today he provides strategic consulting services to corporate clients and serves in pro bono roles as treasurer of the New Economics Foundation, trustee of The Restart Project and adviser to the Green Alliance.
Highlights of Mike’s experience and expertise include:
Leading Corporate Citizenship’s thought leadership programme on the Sustainable Development Goals, advising clients on adapting their strategies and conducting research for the recent Business & Sustainable Development Commission report
Working with Unilever in developing and launching the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan
Creating the Investing for Shared Value methodology as an addition to LBG for ‘win-win’ business activities
Developing the original HSBC Investing in Nature Partnership, a $50m conservation initiative, and supporting its extension into climate and now water
Writing seven publications on the effective management and measurement of corporate community investment and employee involvement
Consulting with more than 50 leading companies, as diverse as ANZ, Coca Cola, the European Investment Bank, GSK, IBM, Mars, Shell and Vodafone.