Corporate Citizenship's September Newsletter

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Beyond business as usual:
Aligning business strategy and climate action with the SDGs 




Two years on from the launch of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Corporate Citizenship has been looking at how businesses have responded to the Global Goals, and what initial implications and opportunities the Goals have presented.
Earlier this year we conducted our annual practitioner survey to identify how corporates are engaging with the Global Goals and for their views on the SDGs. Ahead of the release of our latest report, catch up on our recent webinar that explores how companies are aligning their sustainability strategies with the SDGs and how they are using them to inform and guide business decision making.


Click here to view the latest Corporate Citizenship SDGs webinar

GRI Standards and AA1000 Training Courses 
Courses available in London and Singapore




In partnership with the National Center for Sustainability Reporting (NCSR) Corporate Citizenship is offering GRI Standards training in Singapore.
GRI Standards Training - Singapore - This GRI-certified standards training program is for first-time reporters and those seeking to implement the GRI Standards for the first time. We will introduce you to the elements of a good sustainability report and prepare you to co-ordinate the sustainability reporting process using the GRI Standards.
Two Day Workshop: 7-8 November 2017


Register for GRI Standards Training - Two day workshop

AA1000 Training Course - London - Corporate Citizenship will be running a 5 day specialised course, the first AA1000 Assurance Standard training available for a number of years in the UK. Designed for managers, academics, consultants and auditors, the course primes delegates to strengthen the credibility and quality of organisations’ sustainability reporting, effectively engaging with stakeholders and to use AA1000 as a valuable tool for managing their corporate responsibility and sustainability.
Delegates will be awarded an AccountAbility-approved certificate which they may then use to apply for the Associate level of the Certified Sustainability Assurance Practitioner (CSAP) programme.
27th November - 1st December 2017


Register for the AA1000 training course

A History of Sustainability
Celebrating 20 years of Corporate Citizenship




2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Corporate Citizenship!
In the past 20 years we have seen significant and inspiring change in the field and in the way responsible business operates. Check out our Sustainability Timeline, charting CSR's milestones over the decades and to see where it all began.

Service Spotlight - Impact Measurement
Helping companies to map and assess their social, economic and environmental impacts across the value chain




The launch of the UN Global Goals marks a new acceptance of business as part of the solution, and not always the problem. Corporate Citizenship’s Impact for Change approach helps companies to answer the following questions:


Which business impacts matter the most for development?
How does business convince key stakeholders that it makes a meaningful contribution?
What models of partnership are most effective in scaling positive change?
Can innovation in products, services or business models help to tap into new markets while addressing a vital need?         

We’ve found that when companies develop a thorough, data-driven understanding of their impacts they can use this to improve their dialogue with others, build resilience in the supply chain and create new growth opportunities. In other words, to become a better business in a better world.
Contact our team about how we can help you with your impact measurement requirements, or call us directly on +44 (0)20 7861 1616.


We're hiring!


Are you looking to develop your career in the fields of sustainability and CR? If so, we want to hear from you!
We currently have the following vacancies:
Consultant - Chile
Consultant - US
Senior Consultant: Socio-Economic Impact - London
Senior Consultant: Community - London
 
Find out more and apply here


Catch up on our latest blogs and articles


Here are our most recent thought pieces on topical issues:
Dull but important - why corporate governance matters
Mike Tuffrey
World Benchmarking Alliance - just another ranking?
Richard Hardyment
Has responsibility for Stakeholder Engagement finally entered the boardroom?
Nadine Exter
How to write a human rights policy in three easy steps
Taylor Fulton
New UK Reporting Requirements
Peter Truesdale
 
Click here for more blogs


LBG Annual
Meeting 2017


This year's LBG Annual Meeting is kindly hosted by Siemens at The Crystal, one of the world's most sustainable buildings and events venues.
Featuring six immersive workshops blending learning and interaction, the morning sessions will focus on measurement and how to make the most of the LBG Framework, and the afternoon sessions focus on broader topics in community investment.
Joining us will be special guest speakers Peter Holbrook, CEO Social Enterprise UK, and Tim Jones, Director Future Agenda.
Click here for more information about the event, or to enquire about membership, please contact ria.bairstow@corporate-citizenship.


Conference discount codes 2017


We are delighted to be partnering with a number of conferences and summits throughout 2017, offering our readers great discounts:
Ethical Corporation: Sustainability Reporting and Communications Summit
London, 17-18 October 2017
£200 discount with promo code: MP200
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Trust Conference
London, 15-16 November 2017
25% discount with promo code: UNOFFDISCMAR17
Corporate Citizenship is a management consultancy specialising in sustainability and corporate responsibility. We focus on delivering growth and long-term value for business and society.
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