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A Conversation On The Future Of The Corporate Social Responsibility Movement

Trimtab Management Systems

Saturday, October 27, 2007 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (BST)

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You are invited to join Steve Brant at the Hoxton Hotel in London on Saturday October 27th from 10am - 5pm for a conversation on the future of the Corporate Social Responsibility movement.

This event is limited to 30 people.  Register soon to guarantee yourself a space!

Steve will have just finished participating in the Next Great Transformation conference, at which many of the leading thinkers in the CSR movement will have been addressing the question "What is the business contribution to one world living in peace and security?"  This will be a thought-provoking, high-impact day for people who want to help the CSR movement boldly go where it has never gone before... to a place where it helps humanity choose between being at war with itself or living in peace.

Additional Background Information on The Next Great Transformation Conference Steve Will Have Just Attended:


This conference is organized by The Applied Research Centre in Human Security at Coventry University (ARCHS), Boston College9s Winston Centre for Ethics and Leadership, the Eden Project and The UN Global Compact.  It is sponsored by Shell International and supported by the Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Business as an Agent for World Benefit, and the European Academy for Business In Society (EABIS).

Plenary session speakers include Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General • Lord Michael Hastings, KPMG • Katie Stafford, Marks & Spencer • James Smith, Shell UK •  Mark Swilling, Co-Founder, The Sustainability Institute, South Africa •  Tim Smit, Co-Founder of the Eden Project • Georg Kell, UN Global Compact • Sandra Waddock, Professor of Management, Boston College • Malcolm McIntosh, Professor of Human Security, Coventry University • Mark Lee, CEO, SustainAbility • Ted Cantle, Professor, Institute for Community Cohesion, Coventry University.

What You Can Expect From This Day With Steve:

Steve will have been speaking about the critical need to Think Differently - to view the future of the CSR movement as a whole systems design problem - at this conference and will report on his findings, insights, and new connections.  He will also support the preliminary development of new CSR strategies for your organization that will leverage the outcomes of the conference.

Registration and Location Details:

The cost to attend is £125 (For Profit/Corporate) and £80 (Non-Profit/NGO)
This includes all session materials and refreshments. 

Lunch from the hotel9s restaurant will be a separate charge based on participants placing their orders at the beginning of the day and will be paid by each participant directly to the hotel.

The Hoxton Hotel is located a 5 minute walk from the Old Street Station on the Northern Line. Complete directions, parking, and other contact information can be found here.
Have questions about A Conversation On The Future Of The Corporate Social Responsibility Movement? Contact Trimtab Management Systems

When & Where



The Hoxton Hotel
81 Great Eastern Street

EC2A 3HU

United Kingdom

Saturday, October 27, 2007 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (BST)


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Organizer

Trimtab Management Systems

Innovation-Driven CSR Brand Building: Using the power of innovation - combined with the transformational insights of the social systems sciences - Trimtab Management Systems will help you create a huge breakthrough in the CSR dimension of your brand. The key: understanding the CSR movement from a whole systems perspective. There is a CSR dimension that reaches beyond industry or "element" leadership...to global transformation leadership. This is the future of CSR Brand Building. And access to - and formulating a leadership role within - this new dimension is the service offered by Trimtab Management Systems. The Vision of Trimtab Management Systems is of a world of global prosperity for all; a world in which those problems that can be solved ARE solved and in which a "designer's mentality" is applied to the quest to solve those problems that appear to be unsolvable; a world in which our leaders know that - while stopping bad things from happening is critically important - it is also critically important that we start making good new things happen as well. The Mission of Trimtab Management Systems is to consult with business, non-profit, and governmental leaders to transform the business - "civil society" - political system into an innovation-driven force for change that is backed by an informed and educated public which constantly demands that its leaders give it the better world that it knows is technologically possible.
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