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CSR jobs are evolving, and along with this evolution, the role of the sustainability practitioner is changing in important and fundamental ways. The role shifts, job descriptions evolve, and skills change as organizations transition from an operational to a strategic sustainability focus. This is driven by the internal and external maturation of corporate responsibility and sustainability, the growing recognition of the business case, and the realization that future business prosperity requires external partnerships to succeed.
We sat down with Coro Strandberg, Kathryn Cooper, and Ruth Legg, to discuss how the corporate responsibility practitioner role becomes more strategic, enterprise-wide, and external. This webinar provides insights into how the jobs, roles, and departments of CSR and sustainability practitioners are adjusting to meet the new imperatives.
- How the CSR role is transitioning from an operational to a strategic focus.
- The new skillsets CSR and sustainability practitioners will need for their new roles.
- How to transition the CSR department to meet the new imperatives.
- Strategies to raise these ideas with your supervisor and HR department.
WEBINAR: Corporate Sustainability Practitioners: Roles Have Changed -- Has Your Job Description?
Recorded live on Thursday, November 15th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET.
Coro Strandberg, President of Strandberg Consulting, is an influential sustainability strategist and thought leader. Coro has contributed to the evolving field of CSR and sustainability for more than 25 years, with a tri-sector background in business, government and non-profit leadership working in social, environmental and financial roles. She works with businesses, governments, and industry associations to create strategies and pursue business models to address social and environmental risks and opportunities that propel society towards a sustainable future.
Kathryn Cooper is the President and Chief Learning Officer for Sustainability Learning Centre, as well as the Program Manager for the Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability at the University of Toronto. She also teaches Culture Change and Engagement in Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility/ESG at the Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. She is a committed sustainability practitioner and educator dedicated to learning and mastery in sustainability and CSR.
Ruth Legg is the Sustainability Manager for HSBC in Vancouver, Canada. She brings over a decade of outstanding accomplishments in advancing sustainable business and programs. Her expertise in engaging employees through environmental and social programs - as volunteers, citizen scientists, and sustainability champions allows her to drive sustainability innovation in diverse organizations, with strategic focus and award-winning results.
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ISSP credential holders will earn 0.5 CEUs for attending this webinar.
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