Catalogue of fundamental modules

Available in English and French, our e-learning modules have been developed with the support of experts in sustainable development and CSR. They are well argued and offer a deep dive into the heart of the subject. General theory, case studies, practical examples, statistics – discover how understanding strengthens the power of action.

Fundamental e-learning modules

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ESSENTIAL

Sustainable development: definition, global issues and major milestones

A changing climate, ever-increasing needs of a growing population, limited resources, endangered biodiversity – where does the balance between “development” and “sustainability” lie? Explore the main concepts that define sustainable development, the milestones in its history and the major challenges.

  • Definition of sustainable development

  • Global issues

    • The acceleration of climate change and its consequences
    • A growing world population and increasing inequalities
    • Depletion of natural fossil and mineral resources
    • Biodiversity, the key to Nature’s balance
  • Invest in change or pay the price of inaction?

  • Optimal sustainable development model

  • Major milestones

  • Educational videos

  • Interactive exercises

  • Bibliography

  • Duration : 30 minutes

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): definition and tie-in with sustainability

What is the origin of CSR and how has it evolved over time? Where do ESG criteria fit within this topic and what is meant by “creating shared value”? As a paradigm shift gradually takes shape, more and more companies are realising that a CSR strategy can create value and bring benefits…

  • Definition of CSR and key areas of action

  • Putting sustainability at the heart of business strategy
  • Evolution of CSR over time
  • Paradigm shift for businesses
  • Creation of shared value
  • CSR, a source of financial performance?
  • Triple perspective
  • Setting a purpose
  • Educational videos

  • Interactive exercises

  • Bibliography

  • Duration : 40 minutes

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Benefits of CSR: creation of opportunities and management of risks

Does a CSR strategy improve the company’s financial performance? There are many arguments to support this. Find out how risk management can be transformed into new opportunities on the strength of CSR. And discover the different levels of maturity of a CSR strategy.

  • How can a CSR strategy improve financial performance?

    • Improvement in business margins
    • Increase in turnover
    • Strengthening of company valuation
  • Two distinct visions of the benefits of CSR

    • Creating opportunities
    • Identifying and managing risks
  • Concrete examples of business benefits tied to a CSR strategy

  • Levels of maturity of a CSR strategy

  • Educational videos

  • Interactive exercises

  • Bibliography

  • Duration : 35 minutes

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CSR framework: principles, norms, certifications and reporting standards

While the United Nations is leading the way with its initiatives – UN Global Compact, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI),  – national and supranational bodies are also rolling out their recommendations on sustainability and reporting. These include ISO standards, and in particular the ISO 26000 standard, among others.

  • Framework for establishing a CSR strategy

  • Intergovernmental initiatives

    • UN Global Compact
    • UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
    • UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
    • OECD Guidelines
    • United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI)
  • Leading international norms and certifications

    • ISO 26000
    • Other relevant ISOs
    • B Corp Certification
  • CSR reporting standards

    • Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
    • Other standards
    • Benefits of reporting
  • Think tanks and networks

  • Educational videos

  • Interactive exercises

  • Bibliography

  • Duration : 50 minutes

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Stakeholder management: dialogue and creation of shared value

Customers, employees, authorities, civil society, partners, any body or person who has a direct or indirect impact on a company’s activities is known as a “stakeholder”. As they represent a multitude of interests, it is essential to include them in the process of defining a CSR strategy, as the success of the strategy partly depends on their support.

  • Definition and identification of stakeholders

  • Benefits of engaging stakeholders in the CSR strategy

    • Manage potential negative impacts
    • Encourage positive contributions
    • Identify material topics via a materiality matrix
    • Protect company reputation
  • Stakeholder engagement and degrees of implication

  • Educational videos

  • Interactive exercises

  • Bibliography

  • Duration : 35 minutes

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Approximate duration of each module: 30 minutes to one hour

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