Can Corporate Social Responsibility Be Material To Your Business in 2010?
Post date: Jan 25, 2010 2:50:19 PM
A presentation by Bruce Dudley of The Delphi Group
Sustainability has been a part of the Canadian business practice landscape for well over a decade. Increasingly business and governments have been looking at the social dimensions of their business and have been incorporating these into their planning and implementation efforts. This presentation will explore a number of key trends in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and make the case for why CSR needs to be on your organization’s radar in 2010.
Bruce Dudley is the Senior Vice President of the Delphi Group, an Ottawa-based consultancy that specializes in corporate sustainability and climate change. As the co-lead for sustainability Bruce has worked with private and government organizations on sustainability, CSR, and principles based leadership.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
7:30 a.m. (7:45 full breakfast)
The Courtyard Restaurant, 21 George St.
The restaurant is located in the inner courtyard between George Street and York Street in the Byward Market. Public pay parking garages are located directly beside the courtyard, with access from George or York Street. Metered public parking is available throughout the Byward Market area.
RSVP Suzanne Hopkins ( e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 613-562-2005 x 100)
Cost AWMA Members $25 ($30 after January 25th)
Non-members $30 ($35 after January 25th)
Please RSVP for the event before January 25, 2010 (5:00 p.m.), as we must order the exact number of meals! Registration can be Paid at the door by Cash, cheque, or VISA