Meet the Board - and talk on Corporate Social Responsibility

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Start Date: 26 Nov 2015

Start Time: 6:30 PM

End Time: 8:00 PM

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Capacity: 30

Venue: Think Tank, Ruston Way, Lincoln, LN6 7FL › View map

Admission price: Free

Event Capacity: Full

The East Midlands Regional Board is proud to announce Professor Ted Fuller from the Lincoln Business School, University of Lincoln as its keynote speaker.

At the event, you'll hear a thought-provoking presentation about what “responsible management‘ actually means, now and in future. You'll also be able to learn about the work of the Lincolnshire Leadership and Management Centre (LLMC) and the new leadership and management services and CPD opportunities now being offered to individuals and businesses.
 
Furthermore, with the opportunity to meet colleagues from the Regional Board, the chance to network with management and leadership professionals from across Lincolnshire and the region, and nibbles, be sure to come and join us in Lincoln for what promises to be a great evening!

Speakers

Ted

Professor Ted Fuller

Professor Fuller is the Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Foresight at the Lincoln Business School, hosted by Lincoln University, and Editor-in-Chief of the Futures Journal.

Professor Fuller will be speaking about Corporate Social Responsibility at a time when the agenda is under considerable scrutiny for its limited effects, and its efforts often criticised as 'Greenwash’.

However, with the scale and power of organisations at global level, and the global challenges faced by society, there are new questions and challenges as to what it means to be responsible both as an organisation, and as an individual in that organisation.

Facilities

  • Free event
  • Refreshments provided

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