Roffey Park introduces green leaders' programme

Brockett, James
January 2008
People Management;1/24/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p16
The article deals with "Globally Responsible Leadership" programme for human resources (HR) and business leaders programme launched by Roffey Park Institute which focuses on corporate social responsibility and environmental issues. The programme will run from April to December 2008. The institute is seeking eight organisations to take part in what it calls "action research" implementing green strategies and reporting the results back to the group. Companies already signed up to the programme include News International and Southeastern Railway.


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