Upskill and reskill for the new normal
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME
For ESG (environmental, social and governance) Champions
An unprecedented global operation with Edinburgh Business School and Panmure House
LIVE-ONLINE SHORT COURSE
Sharpen the mindset and skillset for ESG stakeholders alignment and compliance impact
3 Modules | 1-4 hours per week live-online | Total 25 hours in 8 weeks
What you will walk away with...
An overarching understanding of ESG framework for high-level guiding principles
Ability to articulate and communicate ESG priorities for your organisational and business impact
Wide range of leadership tools to align ESG KPIs and successes across business units
Digital badge for your ESG credential
CPD hours and credit-bearing for a post-graduate qualification
MODULE 0 (1 hour)
Orientation; ISO26000 and ESG framework overview
MODULE 1 (3 x 2-hour sessions)
Cross-cultural understanding and collaboration
MODULE 2 (3 x 2-hour sessions)
Crafting a voice for the 4Ps: Purpose, People, Planet and Principle
MODULE 3 (4 x 3-hour sessions)
Finding ethical leadership in Adam Smith for the ESG world
How are these sessions conducted?
Small group: 6 - 10 pax (excluding facilitators)
Wide range of multi-media content including book extracts, movie clips, videos, articles and news to resonate and stimulate ideas
Highly interactive; vibrant discussion and peer learning
Facilitated by industry and academic leaders from Hong Kong and Edinburgh
Brought to you through the collaboration of GROWDynamics, ACI Edinburgh Business School and Panmure House, the home of the father of modern economics Adam Smith.
Bespoke, credit-bearing and CPD accredited, this first-of-its-kind programme addresses the keys to integrate ESG into business through alignment of vision and people. Building on the case of Adam Smith’s “Theory of Moral Sentiments”, this exceptional programme illuminates hearts and inspires stakeholders to model and communicate ethics with a suite of leadership skills that drive best-in-class practice in its ESG value chain.
We welcome corporates and executives to support our youth programme as a community project through sponsorship and speaking engagement. Find out more
Ethics is a timeless concept
Upon the successful completion of the course you will receive a certificate of completion in digital badge format for credential from GROWDynamics, ACI and Edinburgh Business School. If you chose to take the exam at the end of the course, on passing you will also receive a Certificate of Achievement issued by Edinburgh Business School and receive 20 credits.
The course is accredited by the United Kingdom CPD Certification Service. You can apply for an official Certificate with 200 CPD hours. It may be applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with, UK-based professional bodies.
To receive this certificate you must contact CPD directly through the following link: https://cpduk.co.uk/request-cpd-certificate
MORE ABOUT PANMURE HOUSE
In 2008 Edinburgh Business School undertook responsibility to rescue and restore Panmure House in Edinburgh, the final remaining home of Adam Smith, philosopher and ‘father of modern economics’. Smith occupied the House between 1778 and 1790, during which time he completed the final editions of his master works: The Theory of Moral Sentiments and The Wealth of Nations. Other great luminaries and thinkers of the Scottish Enlightenment visited Smith regularly at the House across this period. Today it is once again a meeting place for bright minds – a beautifully restored centre for 21st-century social and economic debate and research.
Key events at Panmure House:
Panmure hosted an official visit of DRH the Duke of Forfar to discuss the expansion and beneifts of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme (July 2019)
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Panmure House. Inspired by the visit, this project became the first thing discussed in her recent Ted talk (May 2019)
The Bank of Japan held an event within Panmure. In attendance was Mr. Yukata Harada, senior memberof the Policy Board of the Bank (September 2019)