Our workshops are designed as a one-day compact activity. We introduce the topic together and then work in small groups to dive into more niche relevant aspects. Each participant will receive a certificate of participation listing the topics covered.
The workshop preparation also entails a briefing meeting one week in advance, tailored specifically for the company. A debriefing meeting will follow the workshop to highlight the results that have emerged.
On the contrary, seminars are held over a longer period than workshops. They expand on the workshop material and are designed to maximize active participation. As a format, there is a choice between either a compressed seminar (2 to 5 days) or an online seminar over a longer period of time (e.g. one session per week over a period of six weeks to three months).
→ What is corruption?
→ Why is corruption bad for our business?
→ What are the laws and rules?
→ What rules and processes do companies need to introduce in order to effectively eliminate corruption?
→ How can we create an effective compliance system?
We explore how corruption is detrimental to good corporate governance and how good compliance guidelines and processes help to improve transparency and a company's reputation.
What is an EU directive and how is it implemented?
By considering the EU directive on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information (2014/95/EU), we explore how a directive is created and then translated into national law.
Participants will learn the processes, time-scale, and ways for participating and influencing both EU directives and the national laws implementing them.
→ How is a Code of Conduct shaped?
→ Why do we need a Code of Conduct?
→ How to implement a Code of Conduct in an organisation?
Companies may guide their employees and managers towards common values through a basic philosophy, including vision and mission statements.
This is often not enough.
Common core values also include clear rules of conduct, respect for the law, transparency and anti-corruption principles, protection of the environment and sustainability, design and conduct of labor conditions including non-discrimination policies, as well as generally the respect for human rights.
→ Why does a company need a CSR Strategy?
→ What are the components of a CSR Strategy?
→ How can it be implemented?
→ What is the impact of a CSR Strategy for a company’s business success?
→ What kind of management reporting systems are necessary to facilitate a systematic recording and monitoring of non-financial facts and data?
→ How do you ensure a systematic recording, monitoring, and reporting of all relevant aspects?
Corporate leadership, managers, and employees in Human Resources, Legal Affairs, Corporate Affairs, and, possibly, Sales and Production (number of participants: 6-10).
Typical structure of the workshop (1 business day, e.g. 10:00 am – 5:30 pm)
10:00 am: welcome, participants and workshop introductions
10:30 am: small group work regarding participants’ expectations and prior knowledge of the subject
11:00 am: introduction to the key concepts
12:00 noon: application to the company (group work)
01:00 pm: lunch break
02:00 pm: presentation and discussion of group work’s results
03:00 pm: problem areas, moving forward
04:00 pm: tailored strategy development (group work)
04:45 pm: presentation of results and final discussion
05:15 pm: summary, check whether expectations are fulfilled, outlook
(coffee breaks will be held when needed)
Participants will receive:
- Certificate of Participation including contents of the workshop
- Presentation/s as PDF-File/s
- Background material as PDF-File/s
- Work material printed
Managers or Head of Unit will receive:
- Preparatory and debriefing meetings
- All presentations, background material, and work material (as above)
- Results of the group activities