BFS4 - Sustainability for Directors (NEW)

Level Advanced.
Course Description Sustainability is an emerging critical topic for companies and their boards. The Sustainability agenda is being pushed by a broad range of stakeholders, from customers to investors and regulators. This module supports the board in fulfilling its role to look at the long-term viability of the company whilst understanding and respecting the competing needs of all its stakeholders, including shareholders, investors, directors, employees, customers, suppliers, authorities, society and the environment.
Course Objectives
  1. Learn about the changing landscape and risks arising from technological, changing regulations and expectations from investors and other stakeholders.
  2. Highlight the potential impact on businesses due to increasing social and environmental awareness.
  3. Provide insights on available tools and methodologies that can help identify business risk as well as opportunities.
  4. Develop a framework for monitoring and reporting on sustainability.
Course Outline
  1. Technological, environmental, social and governance trends that impact businesses.
  2. Risk management and sustainability.
  3. The changing rules of the game and new ways to assess a company’s sustainability, including sustainability reporting.
  4. The role of the board in relation to sustainability.
Target Audience
Directors and senior management of companies seeking to better understand the sustainability agenda and the role of the board in sustainability.
Course Duration Half day.
Format Presentation with case studies and live demonstrations, followed by panel discussion and Q&A.
Course Fees
(including 7% GST)
SID member: $481.50    Non-member: $663.40
CPD Hours 4 hours.

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