This workshop is designed to help attendees to understand the concept of shared value as a business framework to solve society’s problems in a profitable, sustainable and scalable way.
The Introduction to Shared Value Workshop, facilitated by Shared Value Project and Q Social Impact, provides clear direction on how shared value works in practice to counter industry challenges and create new opportunities, drawing on international case studies and their local experiences.
The course is designed for people from all industries interested in improving the social performance of their organisations and operations, or for those preparing for a career in this field. Participants will walk away from the course with a better understanding of shared value and its impact on business, a knowledge of global best practice through select case studies and a set of tools for practical implementation.
While the focus of the workshop is on shared value theory and practice, participants will also explore the relationship between shared value as a business strategy and other forms of corporate participation in societal issues through practices such as corporate philanthropy and corporate social responsibility.
Whether you are working in the corporate, government or not-for-profit sector, this workshop will help you to fully understand the concept of shared value as a framework to solve society’s most complex and pressing issues. Plus, you’ll be well equipped to inform and lead discussions with your peers and apply the concepts to your own strategic agenda.
Morning tea is provided.
WHEN: 8.00am – 12.30pm, Wednesday 23 October, 2019.
WHERE: RACV Level 7,485 Bourke St, Melbourne
TICKETS: 250+GST for members, $350+GST for non-members
The 2019 Shared Value Awards Gala Dinner in Melbourne will be held on the same date, beginning at 6pm. Purchase your tickets here.
Please note that spaces are limited and registration close at COB October 11.
For more information and for the member access code, contact Taylah Brendish via firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9013 7500