This module is part of the Luxembourg Sustainability Management Series (LSMS).
The LSMS aims to introduce participants to the major issues of sustainable development and their concrete application in a company's strategy. These 11 modules are based on the intervention of specialised professionals, who will share their expertise with the attendees. Indeed, each session is introduced by a lead speaker who will present the theme and its challenges. They will then be joined by a second spokesperson animating a case study. The plurality of the speakers will allow the participants to acquire theoretical knowledge but also to benefit from field experiences.
At the end of this training, participants will be able to identify the development opportunities emerging from the integration of ESG criteria into a global strategy and the resulting growth opportunities.
The new duty of vigilance regulations
The different risks and opportunities linked to ESG (human rights, environment, governance…)
How to strengthen dialogue with stakeholders
How to implement a vigilance plan and manage risks
Lead Speaker: Charlotte Michon - Human Rights and Due Diligence Consultant, IMS
Case study speaker: Florian Czech - Sustainable Development Manager
Entrepreneurs, CEOs, Top-level management position
The training material will be handed out at the beginning of the course.
At the end of the course, participants will receive a certificate of attendance issued by the House of Training.