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11/04 - 12/04

Social Impact through Employee Engagement

A BRAND NEW COURSE IS ALREADY ON BOARD! DON’T FORGET TO BOOK YOUR SPOT!

Are you a Corporate Social Investor (CSI)*? Do you want to explore opportunities to scale your impact by engaging corporate employees in your activities, but you don’t really know how it is possible in your context? Do you want to know what opportunities you have to get involved?

In collaboration with Rotterdam School of Management, we created a brand new course to support you design and implement your employee engagement activities to generate social impact. We believe that as a CSI, engaging employees is an excellent opportunity to provide valuable financial and non-financial support to social purpose organisations (SPOs) and scale social impact.

Based on our latest research “Social Impact through Employee Engagement” and on real life case studies, this workshop will help you design your employee engagement programmes.

If you are interested in:

·         Developing and implementing employee engagement programmes

·         Understanding  how you can match employee engagement activities with the SPO’s fundamental needs

·         Assessing what you can offer and explore what action strategies you can take to maximise your social impact

·         Learning about how you can redirect the discussion and attention towards impact-driven engagement activities

·         Meeting experts from the fields who will share their real life experience

·         Connecting with peers with similar challenges and opportunities

...then Social Impact through Employee Engagement Training is the course for you!  

*A Corporate Social Investor (CSI) is any vehicle formally related to a company that aims to create social impact – i.e. impact-first or impact-only organisations linked to companies.

Who should attend?

This course is especially relevant for corporate social investors (e.g.  corporate foundations, corporate social impact funds, corporate social businesses, corporate social accelerators, shareholder foundations). In order to guarantee the interactivity and learning potential of the workshop, spaces are limited. Each application will be screened by EVPA and Rotterdam School of Management which reserve the ultimate decision on admittance.

Registration and Deadlines

·         Registrations: deadline 05/04/2019. You can register here. Places are limited, so be sure to book your place as soon as possible.

·         Scholarships: deadline 22/03/2019. Some scholarships are available for EVPA members who cannot afford the course fee. Please find here all the information on how to apply.

If you are an EVPA member, don’t forget you have priority access to trainings and pay 50% of regular fees.

More information

Download the cancellation policy here.

Should you have further inquiries, please send an email to trainingacademy@evpa.eu.com

Meet the speakers

Lonneke Roza

Lonneke Roza - EVPA, Netherlands

Lonneke is an Academic Researcher within the Rotterdam School of Management and specialises in employee engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility. Within her research, Lonneke holds a keen interest in community involvement strategies. 

Lena Vasilopoulou

Lena Vasilopoulou - EVPA, Belgium

Lena is EVPA's Training Officer and she is responsible for the designing of the organisation's learning offer. 

Karoline Heitmann

Karoline Heitmann - EVPA, Belgium

Karoline joined EVPA in March 2018. She holds a MSc in Global Business and Sustainability from Erasmus University Rotterdam. Karoline is keen on helping corporate social investment vehicles to achieve greater social impact through her research.

Khatuna Kazarashvili

Khatuna Kazarashvili - C&A Foundation , Belgium

Khatuna is a Strengthening Communities Project Manager at C&A Foundation, leading the global C&A employee engagement campaign, that involves 27 countries where C&A operates and more than 50,000 C&A employees. 

Annette Jung

Annette Jung - Philips Foundation, Netherlands

Annette is the Managing Head of Philips Capital Southern Europe & Africa for Royal Philips. She has a background in banking and helds various senior functions in customer, export & project financing at Deutsche Bank and Philips, covering various industries. Annette is a founding member of Philips Capital and since August 2017 she leads the Southern Europe & Africa team. She is also the representing Philips Capital in the “Captives Forum”, an Industry Association of global finance captives.

Event prices

  • Price for members (excl. VAT) € 1200
  • Price for non-members (excl. VAT) € 2400
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