Course ID: ES

Ethics and Sustainability: Profit from Doing Good

Sustainability is more than recycling or avoiding styrofoam cups. 21st Century Sustainability is about: 1. Creating a long-term strategy for increased shareholder value 2. Respecting our natural resources 3. Building trust in your organization as a community member. 4. Becoming a great employer, vendor and customer. This seminar discusses the specific steps the accounting/finance department can take to lead the way in creating a sustainable 21st century organization.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the four paths to true sustainability
  • Understand why sustainability efforts will improve financial performance
  • Understand why accounting/finance should play a vital role in sustainability efforts.

MAJOR TOPICS
  • What sustainability truly means to our organizations
  • Why sustainable actions are ethical actions
  • The four steps to true sustainability
  • Why doing more with less is good for the bottom line and the world
  • How to be more efficient and effective
  • Why the accounting/finance department should play a pivotal role in creating sustainable organizations
  • Corporate social responsibility’s role in sustainability
  • The challenges and opportunities in measuring and reporting sustainability efforts
  • Why sustainability efforts increase revenues and reduce expenses

DESIGNED FOR
Finance and accounting professionals who seek to learn more about creating, measuring and reporting on sustainable organizations.

FIELD OF STUDY
Ethics - Behavioral

PREREQUISITES
None

COURSE PRODUCER
Executive Education, Inc.

CPE CREDITS
4.0

LEVEL
Intermediate

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