Training on Social Impact Management

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Event Details

Training on Social Impact Management - Oct 25, 2018

Any organisation or a project involves the local community and society in the operations, there arises the imperative to understand the social impact. In the recent decade, there is an increasing interest in measuring outcomes of CSR and Sustainability projects/programs, organisation policies , business operations and processes.

  • CSR and Sustainability professionals are demanded to review, refine and report their programs’ impact constantly. What is a stakeholder or a beneficiary perspective on the program rather than just presenting the outputs? What are the costs and outcomes-tangible and intangible benefits have achieved?

  • Investors ranging from Corporate foundations to NGOs seek insights to refine their strategic investment decisions based on value creation. What are the major value creation success stories and why? If there are a few, why few?

  • Governments and institutions have an imperative to inform the social impact of policies, funded programs and activities.

  
Venue  & Time:
‚ÄčThe Ruby, 4th Floor NW 29, Senapati Bapat Marg(Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W), MUMBAI – 400028 || 25th October, 9.30am to 5.00pm

Objectives of the workshop :
  •  To introduce Social Return On Investment – a gold standard in the approaches of Social Impact Measurement-principles, measuring impact techniques and tools and applications

  • To understand Social Impact Management- what improvements can drive value creations and where they can happen-specific locations/beneficiaries/partners/thematic areas and others


Key Takeaways :
  •  Hands On Training- Working on practical exercises SROI -Case studies, best practices and tools-stakeholder engagement, materiality, impact maps and sustainability balanced score card.

  •  Communicating Value Creation- Applying tools to measure and report value creation, improving ESG outcomes and outputs through monitoring and evaluation ( M&E )

  •  Toolkits- Applying tools to deliver value creation, improving outcomes and outputs through performance monitoring and reporting


Who can attend ?
  •  C-Executives-CEO, CFO AND CSO (Chief Sustainablity Officer)

  •  CSR Professionals

  •  Sustainability Management Professionals,

  •  Socio-Eco Entrepreneurs And Impact Investors

  •  Financial Reporting Proffessionals

  •  CSR Heads

  •  CSR Practitioner 

  •  CSR Teams

  •  Students-Social Work/Sustainability Management Students, MSC, MA & MBA –CSR, Sustainability, Finance And Economics Students

 

Speaker profile :

Karthikeyan Elangeswaran, Director of Operations, Impact Management Consulting, and Sustainable Square -

Mr. Karthik is a Senior Advisor in Sustainability and Social Investment. His passion lies in contributing to advance sustainability and social investment practices through consciously implementing practical approaches. Educated on CSR and Sustainability Management in England, University of Bradford. He has spent the last 5 years solely developing strategies, frameworks and sustainability impact tools, in various different sectors such as Oil and Gas, Banking, and Shipping and Transportation, as well as various different geographical locations such as India, Middle East, UK, Europe and USA.  His most notable clients include Pepsi, SIEMENS, Aqaba Container Terminal,  Bank Muscat, Ambuja Cements Foundation and NGOs in education and healthcare sector-Pratham, Masoom, Spinal Foundation and many more. Mr. Karthik holds a Master in Business Administration – Sustainability Management from the University of Bradford, as well as several other certifications such as Lead Auditor 14001 Environmental Management Systems (Certified by IEMA-UK), Sustainability Assurance Practitioner (Certified by Accountability and CII – India, ITC), and SROI (Social Return on Investment, Certified by Social Value).

 

Contact :
Ms. Aneeha Neeraja Rajan 
Tel: 022 61200227   
Ms. Shruti Rathod
Tel: 022 61200268

 

Participation Fee :    
Members  Rs. 4750 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 5500 + 18% GST
Students  Rs. 3000 + 18% GST

 Bank Details for NEFT

 Beneficiary Account No.

02422418061924

 IFSC CODE

DCBL0000024

 Bank Name

DCB Bank

 Branch Address

Branch Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.  

‚ÄčThe Ruby, 4th Floor NW 29, Senapati Bapat Marg(Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W), MUMBAI – 400028 

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