In a the review of the Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility Program, Graduates called the program "transformational"; a program that "offers a unique point for people to explore, interact, develop and grow".
See the World Differently
- Examine Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability as a whole - using systems, futures and critical thinking.
- Develop a shared language and mental model related to the field of CSR/Sustainability.
Apply CSR and Sustainability to Your Work
- Deconstruct the elements of CSR/Sustainability and apply them to your organization.
- Complete a company/personal CSR/Sustainability Capstone Project under the mentorship of faculty and co-learners.
- Practice reflective, integrated, systems-based decision-making.
- Analyze the role of ethics, human rights, governance, employee engagement, community investment, stakeholder engagement, environmental responsibility, diversity and inclusion strategies in the implementation of CSR/Sustainability.
- Examine the steps for measurement and reporting with reference to guidelines like the Global Reporting Initiative.
- Consider the material issues in reporting Sustainability and CSR.
Lead Organizational Change
- Determine their role as as CSR/ Sustainability change agents, transformational leaders and professionals.
- Apply change management principles using an internationally recognized, web-based ExperienceChange™ Simulation.
Become part of a Community of Learning
- Join a Community of Practice among CSR/Sustainability Practitioners in the course, and past Alumni, from around the world and across a wide variety of business, government and non-governmental organizations.
Graduate Quote: “I continue to explain the value of operating in a socially and environmentally conscious manner and the risk of not doing so. The knowledge I gained from the program and the theory I applied to my work environments prove to me that positively changing behaviour is possible over time. Our livelihoods are inextricably linked to the choices we make about our environment and the people we interact with.”