2009 CSR: Measuring, Managing and Sustaining Performance

The Conference Board of Canada, June 1, 2009
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Managing environmental, social, and governance risks, building brand and reputation, and solidifying stakeholder relationships—these are some of the benefits of effective corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. This Conference e-Proceedings focuses on the best practice measurement approaches for CSR practitioners. Learn how to assess and improve your CSR program’s effectiveness with proven approaches from CSR measurement and communication experts.

Conference Recordings Agenda

Opening Remarks
Mimi J. Marrocco
Director, Continuing Education
University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto

Organizational Transformation: Linking Sustainability with Business Strategy
Bob Willard
Author
— The Sustainability Advantage and The Next Sustainability Wave —

Reporting on What Matters Most

Yolanda Banks
Senior Corporate Social Responsibility Advisor
Export Development Canada

Julie E. Pezzack
Principal
Stratos Inc.

Measuring Community Investment Benefits
Stephanie Robertson
President
The SiMPACT Strategy Group Inc.

30 Ideas in 30 Minutes!

Panel Moderator
Mimi J. Marrocco
Director, Continuing Education
University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto

Kim Brand
Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility Solutions
Scotiabank

Chris Coulter
Vice-President, Strategic Development
GlobeScan Inc.

Yolanda Banks
Senior Corporate Social Responsibility Advisor
Export Development Canada

Martin W. Janowitz
Vice–President, Sustainability
Jacques Whitford (now Stantec Inc.)

Sue McGeachie
Advisory Services Sustainable Business Solutions
PricewaterhouseCoopers

Katherine Williams
Manager, Corporate and Community Affairs
Unilever Canada

Research Network for Business Sustainability: Knowledge Projects
Tom W. Ewart
Managing Director
Research Network for Business Sustainability

Socially Conscious Consumerism Knowledge Project

June Cotte
Associate Professor, Marketing,
and George and Mary Turnbull Faculty Fellow
Richard Ivey School of Business

Chris McDonell
Director, Environment
Tembec Inc.

Business Adaptation to Climate Change Knowledge Project

David Nitkin
President
EthicScan Canada

Blair W. Feltmate
Director, Sustainable Development
Ontario Power Generation Inc.

Opening Remarks - Day Two
Mimi J. Marrocco
Director, Continuing Education
University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto

Guidelines and Frameworks for Stakeholder Engagement

Katharine Partridge
Managing Partner
Stakeholder Research Associates

Craig Ford
Vice–President, People and Environment
Inmet Mining Corporation

Robert E. Waite
Senior Vice-President, Corporate Social Responsibility
Canada Post Corporation

Sneak Preview: ISO 26000 Guidance Standard on Social Responsibility
David Simpson
Director
InterPraxis

Stakeholder’s Panel: Finding Meaning in Measurement

Lynn E. Patterson
Director, Corporate Responsibility
RBC Financial Group

Karen Kun
Publisher
Corporate Knights

Michael Jantzi
President
Jantzi Research Inc.

Elizabeth Everhardus
Coordinator, External and Stakeholder Relations
Great Lake Office
Ontario Ministry of the Environment

Closing Remarks
Mimi J. Marrocco
Director, Continuing Education
University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto

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