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Workshop: Building Belief: A New Model Of Communication In A Rapidly Changing And Sustainable World

Workshop during the CSR Trends III conference:

Building Belief: A New Model Of Communication In A Rapidly Changing And Sustainable World

Time: 15 June 2015
Place: Faculty of Management (University of Łódź)
Price: Free for the conference participants. Non-participants fee for one workshop is: 15 EUR (or 60 PLN)

“Character is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.” — Abraham Lincoln

Purchase Funnel, theory of propaganda, segmentation - these principles are still valid and useful. But they are increasingly inadequate for the world in which we work today. No longer are mass, one-way communications the only way to reach people – or, in many instances, the most effective. No longer do an influential few, control the world’s communications channels. And a parent organization cannot remain invisible behind its consumer brands or spokespeople.
When change is this fundamental, old frameworks is no longer sufficient. It is time for a new model.
During the workshops you will find out:
• how to introduce a new model of sustainable communication and build advocacy at scale
• how people can experience organization character and how others can advocate on its behalf
• how to avoid the risks associated with sustainability communications

Join and find out how to introduce better way of sustainability communication.

Workshop is led by Monika Pabijańska, Archetika, www.archetika.pl/

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Workshop: Gaining profit while conserving nature

Time: 6 Nov 2014, 14.00 – 15.30

Place: Faculty of Management (University of Łódź) room 115

About the workshop

Business is depending on all those products and services that ecosystems provide. Companies are not just relying on but also affect ecosystems, including their resource use, pollution and waste production. Forward-looking companies across Europe have already realized the importance of reducing their negative impact on the ecosystems. However, ecosystems mean not just a risk but also opportunities. The demand for environmentally friendly products is increasing, whilst the market for green business innovations is growing. Besides, efficient resource use can bring competitive advantage. Research has shown that 87% of the consumers expect companies to take conservation measures.

Questions raised in the workshop

  • How much are European companies dependent on natural capital?
  • How can companies reduce the use of resources and connected costs?
  • How do international and national regulatory framework regarding biodiversity and resource use affect companies in Europe? What are the best ways to comply with?
  • How can sustainable operation yield higher consumer confidence and better reputation?
  • What CEE best practices regarding resource use, biodiversity conservation and NGO-business cooperation exist?
  • What do CEE regional business need to grow more resource efficient and more sustainable?

About CEEweb for Biodiversity

CEEweb for Biodiversity is a network of 62 non-governmental conservation organizations in the Central and Eastern European region established in 1994. Our mission is the conservation of biodiversity through the promotion of sustainable development.

CEEweb started to work with firms and companies in 2007. In 2013, we developed Guidelines for strengthening the cooperation between companies and NGOs. Our network of Central and Eastern European companies and NGOs is continuously expanding. CEEweb is the only Central and Eastern-European member of the European Commission’s Business & Biodiversity Platform initiative, which includes the biggest European companies, NGOs and EU institutions.

CEEweb would like to help companies in making strategic decisions that are both environmentally friendly and ensure long term competitiveness. We believe that cooperation between companies and green NGOs can help both sides to conserve natural capital more efficiently.