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Philosophy workshop for L&D and CSR Teams
Mon 22 May 2017, 12:00 – 14:00 BST
An event for Learning and Development and Corporate Social Responsibility Teams.
The Philosophy Foundation would like to invite you to our open workshop on Monday 22nd May, kindly hosted by RBS & Natwest.
We will be demonstrating our ability to create large group dialogues in organisations, and introducing you to our work in schools and the community.
At the workshop, you will:
- Enjoy participating in a discussion with like-minded professionals
- Learn about facilitating discussions that can be used in group meetings or team building
- Find about opportunities to partner with us in CPD or Sponsorship
And of course, you’ll get the chance to network with people in the break!
The workshop is designed for people from both Learning & Development and Corporate Social Responsibility. This is because you will then see how these two separate functions can be served at the same time if your organization engages with a Social Enterprise.
By making use of The Philosophy Foundation’s expertise in your CPD programme, you simultaneously fulfill common CSR objectives, such as:
- Outreach to local areas (we work in inner-city schools)
- Supporting education (philosophy is a huge boost to pupil’s attitude and attainment)
- Benefitting marginalized or vulnerable groups
That’s because the profit from our professional development work goes straight into our education work – only a Social Enterprise can do this, and our research shows that there are few in the market that can deliver best value in both areas.
So please join us for an event that will be relevant to what you do and a powerful way of using your resources.
If you’re curious to find out more about the event, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
To see more about who we are and what we do, visit our website: www.philosophy-foundation.org
"We have already applied the questioning approaches to our facilitation of workshops to draw out better answers, and logic to development of our own internal systems and processes."
Dan Berelowitz, Director, International Centre for Social Franchise