In times when working remotely has become the new normal, many organisations, including Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs), are facing numerous challenges: how to build trust in remote teams, maintain a feeling of togetherness, and ensure long-term employee satisfaction? CSR.digital will address these questions with a group of experts during the online conference “Digital Leadership – Rethinking Leadership, Staying Competitive”, 8 December, 09:30-12:30 CET. Register here to join the discussion!
On top of megatrends such as digitalisation and sustainability, the ongoing pandemic has put conventional corporate management to a test. The pandemic is also acting as an accelerator of change by pushing companies to reinvent themselves and build agile and resilient management models. The online conference “Digital Leadership – Rethinking Leadership, Staying Competitive” looks into the impact that these fast-paced changes have on SMEs in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) by asking the following questions:
Each of these questions will be briefly addressed by our panel of experts and then discussed in more detail during small interactive workshops between experts and event participants.
Date: 8 December 2020
To join the conference, please register here!
CSR.digital is the first Centre for Digital Responsibility in North-Rhine Westphalia (NRW) and aims to inform and support SMEs in developing solutions for entrepreneurial challenges in the age of digitalisation and sustainability. CSR.digital – Sustainably Competitive is funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs NRW via the EFRE fund.
For further information, please contact Anna Hilger.
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Are you a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and looking to scale up your impact? Our successful Academy of Change (AoC) programme is a unique opportunity for state-of-the-art knowledge on how to enable sustainable behaviour change in practice. The call for application for the third round of the AoC is open – apply now!
Embracing more sustainable behaviours and lifestyles has never been higher on the agenda. The current Coronavirus pandemic has unravelled the ample potential for behaviour change across societies globally, but also the sustainability challenges and social inequities that we are faced with. Acknowledging the role of people’s behaviours in shaping the most pressing challenges of our times is a first step. The second one is engaging with behaviour change in inspiring, innovative and impact-driven ways.
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Since 2017, the Academy of Change trained over 100 NGO practitioners from all over the world, including leaders from Greenpeace International, SlowFood International, WWF and EEB.
The programme is free of charge and will include strategic training, networking opportunities and coaching sessions. The programme will consist of 6 modules, from March to June 2021. Together we will learn about behavioural and decision-making insights, models and tools of understanding and changing behaviours, designing and implementing behaviour change interventions, as well as learn how to evaluate their impact. The content and facilitation of the programme will be delivered by the Academy team, in combination with a line-up of high level keynote speakers, academics and experts who will deliver insight throughout the modules. You can find more details about the Academy programme here.
Due to the limited number of places in the Academy, the participants of the programme will be selected through an open application process to ensure a fair and transparent selection procedure. A group of 40 professionals working for NGOs across the world will be selected. Applications can be sent until 1 January 2021.
Are you part of an NGO covering sustainability and climate topics? Are you looking for new and insightful approaches to boost the impact of your work and accelerate change in sustainable behaviours that really matter? Apply today! We are looking forward to receiving your application and driving change with you!
The Academy of Change (AoC) is a non-profit initiative of the Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP), Behaviour Change (BC) and the International Civil Society Centre (ICSC). The AoC is funded by the KR Foundation.
For further information, please contact Mariana Nicolau.