On-Demand Webinars

 

Missed a webinar on an important topic? Recent webinars are available below in our On-Demand Library.

Business Preparedness: The Agility Story

Bob Boyd, Agility’s President & CEO, details the turn-key ReadySuite solution that provides your organization access to the four key elements of recovery following a business interruption.

Global Supply Chain Complexities and the Changing Risk Management Agenda II
New risk concerns are requiring business leaders to implement more stringent supply chain management strategies. A range of corporate stakeholders may be impacted overnight by any number of scenarios that can create a context in which business stability or continuity becomes threatened. Company leaders are more challenged than ever to embed practices that improve growth prospects and profitability while also driving long-term competitive agility, resiliency, and risk management. As a result, corporate responsibility professionals are being pulled into an unfamiliar terrain involving critical operational areas of today’s complex supply chain environment.

Legal and Regulatory Trends Relevant to the Corporate Responsibility Practitioner

What is the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) and the law? 

CSR may consist primarily of voluntary initiatives, as opposed to legally required compliance efforts, but these initiatives are frequently predictive of trends in the law. Indeed, new legal and regulatory requirements reflect stakeholder concerns that have long been the focus of Corporate Responsibility practitioners. This presentation will assess trends in the law and explore the opportunities and challenges associated with the increasingly blurred lines between traditional legal compliance and CSR.

2015 CR 100 Best Corporate Citizenship Rankings: An overview of relevant changes
Each year Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine publishes its annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List of the world’s most transparent companies – the world’s top corporate responsibility ranking, and recognized by PR Week as one of America’s top three most-important business rankings.
CR Magazine’s What Makes a Good Corporate Citizen?
Analyzing the Results of the Annual CR 100 Best Corporate Citizenship Rankings
Each year Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine publishes its annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List of the world’s most transparent companies – the world’s top corporate responsibility ranking, and recognized by PR Week as one of America’s top three most-important business rankings.
Business Disaster Recovery: Lessons Learned & Best Practices
CRA partner, Agility Recovery, highlights stories of survival from news-making disasters as well as the most commonly experienced isolated events from recent years.

From these experiences we will detail the lessons learned with regard to business continuity and disaster recovery strategy. Drawing from real-world Agility recoveries, we will incorporate lessons learned on the top threats to businesses of all kinds and how to avoid the most commonly made recovery planning mistakes.

G4 and SASB™
Should you put all your eggs in one basket? 

During this webinar, you will think through the ways your company can utilize two important, but differing approaches to materiality—the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 Framework and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board™ Standards.

Beyond Engaged!
How to unlock your employee volunteering and giving program to drive the highest levels of inspiration and impact 

Are you tasked with helping develop a culture of highly engaged employees, but don’t know where to start, or don’t seem to be making the kind of progress you’d imagined? If you dream of building a program that helps motivate employees to go above and beyond, but just aren’t seeing the results, it may be time to rethink your current approach. Whether you’re starting from scratch or revamping an existing program, you CAN build a culture of inspirational engagement, and be known throughout your industry for powerful community outcomes that reflect positively on your company’s authentic brand.

How to Cope with Survey Fatigue
Will responding to 200 questionnaires per year get your company a good sustainability rating? 

Large companies get asked for sustainability information from hundreds of different groups. Wall Street research houses, mutual fund groups, “engagement-oriented” investors, stock exchanges, government regulators, not-for-profit groups, community organizations, consumer researchers, major customers (via supply chain questionnaires), activists, and academics each ask for data. These groups do not harmonize their requests, use common definitions for the terms they use, or work on the same schedule.

We know that to effectively embrace change and realize the benefits from any corporate wide initiative, understanding and influencing the corporate culture is critical. In this webinar, Bruno Sarda, Lisa Voeller and Gregg Anderson will help you understand some of the tools and methods for doing this and share lessons learned from many years of hands on experience in helping organizations transform their culture.

Global Supply Chain Complexities and the Changing Risk Management Agenda I
New risk concerns are requiring business leaders to implement more stringent supply chain management strategies. A range of corporate stakeholders may be impacted overnight by any number of scenarios that can create a context in which business stability or continuity becomes threatened. Company leaders are more challenged than ever to embed practices that improve growth prospects and profitability while also driving long-term competitive agility, resiliency, and risk management. As a result, corporate responsibility professionals are being pulled into an unfamiliar terrain involving critical operational areas of today’s complex supply chain environment.
Leading Sustainable Change in Your Organization
Corporate responsibility (CR) professionals usually know what their organization must do to get to the next level. Securing senior leader buy-in and approval can be daunting. While the right technical data and compelling business case are essential, they are not enough. This webinar will introduce you to the personal and professional competencies necessary to embed CR in your organization. You will learn the key principles of “adaptive leadership” as practiced by a senior CR leader and a mid-level CR manager. You will have the opportunity to acknowledge the excitement as well as the loneliness of leading sustainable change. You will leave with a greater understanding of what you can do to make your work integral to your organization’s purpose.