CSR-A Webinars Online – the future shape of business

CSR-A Webinars Online – the future shape of business

CSR-A Webinars – the future shape of business

Exploring how social responsibility will inform and influence busniness in the ‘New Normal’.

The following topics will be presented and discussed.
• What is the ‘New Normal’ for Business?
• The Challenges Facing Business.
• Social Responsibility – Driving Forward Successful Business.
• HR & CSR – The New Business Landscape.
• Mental Health & Wellbeing – How Social Responsibility Can Help Shape a Policy.
• Engaging & Supporting Staff – A New Approach.
• Supporting Charities – Is This a Business Benefit or a Cost?
• Planning CSR as Part of an Organisations Business Strategy.
• What Will Business Look Like in Two Years?

Each webinar consists of a 30 minute presentation with slides followed by a Q&A session for delegates.

Webinar Fees – The Future Shape of Business – Webinars
40 minutes per topic with a 20 minute discussion session

  • £45.00 per delegate, per webinar
  • £25.00 Students
  • 15% off for charities

Recommend maximum is 30 delegates per session.

Current webinars available via Eventbright here:

Webinar links  

Webinar: The Challenges Facing Business  – Thursday 23rd July 1pm


Webinar: What is the New Normal for Business?   – Thursday 30th July 1pm


Webinar: Social Responsibility – Driving Forward Successful Business  – Thursday 6th August 1pm


Webinar: HR and CSR – A New Approach – Thursday 13th August 1pm


Webinar: Mental Health and Wellbeing – Thursday 20th August 1pm


Webinar: Engaging and Supporting Staff – A New Approach – Thursday 27th August 1pm


Webinar: Supporting Charities – A Business Benefit or Cost? – Thursday 3rd September 1pm


Webinar: Planning CSR as part of an Organisations Business Strategy – Thursday 10th September 1pm


Webinar: What will Business look like in 2 years? – Thursday 17th September 1pm


We are delighted to announce the launch of our CSR Training Course online.

Our online training courses are available here