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Lecturers International CSR Management | MBA

Taught by international CSR experts

Internationally recognized CSR experts have been won over to the “International Corporate Social Responsibility Management | MBA”.

They are recognized CSR executives in their country, active in international CSR networks and have many years of consulting expertise.

Martin Neureiter
 

Professional career: Founder & CEO (CSR Company International), Task Group Chair of ISO, CSR coach at CEO level
Company: CSR Company International | International
Courses: Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility, Understanding Social Responsibility, Management Approach of CSR-ISO 26000, Framework for CSR, Master’s Thesis Seminar

Martin Neureiter has long term experience in CSR and founded the CSR Company International in 2007. As Task Group Chair of ISO (International Organization of Standards) he was responsible for the implementation and communication of the ISO 26000 standard on Social Responsibility. He is author of a standard book in the field of CSR and teaches CSR at St. Gallen Management Institute (Switzerland). He also works as a CSR coach at CEO level.

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John Aston
 

Position: Founder & CEO
Company: Astoneco Management Ltd. | Irland
Course: Environment

John Aston has over 20 years of experience in helping Organisations to manage their environmental and community risks all over the world.  Astoneco management ltd. collaborates with a large variety of organizations, including the World Bank, UN, OECD, as well as governments, non-profit organizations and communities. Aston is a member of the technical committee which created the international stakeholder engagement standard AA1000SES (2011) and a visiting lecturer at a number of universities. Furthermore he Co-authored ‘Smart Engagement: Why, What, Who and How (Routledge, 2014)’, and is a trainer, coach and team developer.

 


Ini Abimbola
 

Position: Lead Consultant
Company: ThistlePraxis Consulting Limited | Nigeria
Course: CSR Integration
Website:  www.iniabims.com

Ini Abimbola is a sustainability expert, trainer, speaker and author and convene the "Africa CEO Round-table" and Conference on Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility (AR-CSR™) and curate a leadership series on sustainable development, "Sustainable Conversations™". She is also a think-tank member of the "World Entrepreneurship Forum" and member, "World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council" on Africa.


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Video "View From The Top With Ini Onuk-Abimbola Pt 1"
 


Sandra Feltham
 

Position: Founder and CEO
Company: Flagship Consulting | Czech Republic
Courses: Leading from the Top & Stakeholder Communication, Internal & external Communication, CSR Reporting in Practise, CSR Reporting according to GRI
Website:  www.flagship.cz, www.blf.cz

Sandra Feltham is a leading expert on corporate sustainability strategy and sustainable development based in the Czech Republic. She owns Flagship Consulting, the first agency in Czech and Slovak Republics focused on sustainable business and non-financial reporting. She is also the president of Business Leaders Forum, association for socially responsible companies in Czech Republic.
 


Pierre Mazeau
 

Position: Head of CSR
Company: Electricité de France | France
Course: Stakeholder Theory & Practise
 

Pierre Mazeau is currently head of CSR at the Sustainable Development Division of EDF Group (since 2009). He participated in several international SR initiatives such as GRI (member of the stakeholder council 2008-2013), UNEP/SETAC life cycle initiative (co-autor of the Guidelines on social LCA of products, 2009, and still member of the advisory committee),  ISO 26000 (convenor of  task group 5 ("guidance on SR core issues") and chair of the French Committee at AFNOR). He has been teaching CSR at Paris Est Créteil University since 2006 and at Rennes school of business (in English) since 2017.
 

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Video "GRI G4 France Discussion de Teresa FOGELBERG et Pierre MAZEAU"

Video "Pierre Mazeau nous sensibilise à l’importance des indicateurs extra financiers"