Social Responsibility in Modern Institutions Course
Familiarizing participants with the modern concepts, principles and dimensions of contemporary social responsibility.
Familiarizing participants with modern social responsibility practices according to International Organization for Standardization -ISO 26000, and strengthen the capacity building of participants to build a culture of social responsibility in the enterprise.
Enhancing the skills of participants in how to identify the parties concerned and involve them in the decisions and activities of the institution
Enabling participants to identify gaps and conduct a survey to measure the extent to which social responsibility is applied according to the International Organization for Standardization -ISO 26000..
Empowering participants to apply and integrate the social responsibility practices according to the International Organization for Standardization- ISO 26000.
Who Should Attend?
This program is directed to employees in the field of corporate social responsibility (CSR) of institutions and organizations, personnel of public relations, institutional liaison and marketing in various institutions and organizations. The employees of social welfare departments, social relations in institutions and organizations, and employees of social responsibility sector in government and mixed institutions can also attend.
Basic concepts of social norms and their historical development.
The importance and principles of social responsibility and its key dimensions.
The stages of adopting social responsibility in institutions.
Voluntary work, social responsibility and institution-building.
Social responsibility and its relationship to (human resources, financial affairs, supply, production, etc.).
Social responsibility, competitive advantage and supply chain “a global case study”.
Identifying the social responsibility applications in public and mixed sectors in institutions.
The Charter of ethics for institutions, and its concept types and justifications for its promulgation.
Models governing social -based corporate responsibility charters.
The concept of sustainable development and the social role of institutions.
Relationship of social responsibility to such concepts as (economics, sustainability, business ethics, ethical practices, ISO 26000 corporate citizenship).
Social responsibility and its relationship to media and marketing.
Mechanism for identifying substantive topics of interest to the institutions.
Reasons for issuing the international Organization for Standardization – ISO 26000.
Social responsibility practices according to International Organization for Standardization -ISO 26000.
Directions and mechanisms to enable institutions to apply and integrate social responsibility practices according to International Organization for Standardization.
Comparison of ISO specifications (9000, 14000, 26000).
Standards of social responsibility according to ISO 26000.
Testing ISO specifications.
Areas and principles of social responsibility according to ISO 26000..
Social responsibility standards according to the European Foundation for Quality Management.
Sub-social responsibility standards in: leadership, human resources, partnership and resources, processes, and results of social responsibility EFQM.
Returns on the preparation of social responsibility reports.
The contents of social responsibility reports based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
How to prepare social responsibility reports.
Reporting stages: (preparation, communication, definition, monitoring, and report writing).
GRI reports ratings.
How to develop performance indicators in the report according to the Global Reporting Initiative.