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Impact Management

Duration and Price

On-Campus Training

  • 3 Days
  • Price: EUR 2800*

*Group discount of 10% in case of two or more participants per company and date. 

*Price includes beverages, lunch, and a networking dinner. Accommodation is not included in the price. However, for any assistance regarding accommodation please contact us.

Registration open soon - September 2023

The three-day Impact Management course is part of the International Executive Campus.

The course can be recognized as an in-class specialization of Certified Expert in Business Development programme by upgrading to a five-day training attending additionally the first two days of the Managing Projects Effectively or Leading with Impact programme.

For more information please contact us.

Learning Target

In this course, you will learn how to effectively verify, measure and manage the social and environmental impacts of organisations. Your learning journey starts with insights about underlying regulatory norms, frameworks and standards which give you a profound understanding of why internal and external impact matters for an organization. You will learn about the differences between ESG and impact, and why the integration of ESG aspects into business operations can help you to manage related risks as well as how to use those data for strategic decision-making. Finally, you will get practical insights from selected industries how they effectively implement strategies for impact management.

Content

Corporate Sustainability

  • Introduction to regulatory norms and frameworks for sustainable management (from international to EU to national level)
  • Climate agenda   
  • Social standards

What is Impact

  • Introduction to Impact
  • What is Corporate Impact
  • Sustainable Product (Development)
  • Circular Economy/ Circular Business Modell

ESG in business operations

  • Links between ESG and financial performance
  • Integration of ESG aspects into business operations
  • Managing and measuring environmental aspects
  • From ESG (Management) to Impact

Impact Management

  • Impact Management Process
  • Setting Objectives
  • Analysing Stakeholders
  • Measuring Results
  • Verifying Impact

Monitoring & Reporting

  • Introduction to Frameworks, Guidelines, Standards
  • NFRD/ CSRD
  • Interaction with EU Taxonomy

Sector view and Practical Implementation

  • Spotlight on: Real Estate, Paper & Packaging etc.
  • Group work: implementation of impact management in your organization

Methodology

  • Lectures and PowerPoint presentations
  • Discussions
  • Individual and group exercises
  • Case studies
  • Reading materials

About Executive Campus Week

The International Executive Campus week specialises in advanced executive learning topics, targeting middle to senior executives who wish to enhance their management and leadership skills. The other simultaneous programmes of the week are as follows.

Main Trainer

Dina Lorentz

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Dina´s educational background is in on law and economics. She has extensive experience in mergers & acquisitions, both from a legal as well as a financial perspective, with a special focus on financial institutions, including financial modelling. In 2013, she made a career and life change with moving to Lima, Peru where she started focusing her personal passion and work ambitions on sustainable finance in general and related financial instruments. In Lima, she was working for one of the largest European impact investing fund managers in the area of microfinance where she headed the operations department of the Latin American fund. In addition, she started her own consultancy work, supporting the Peruvian Government on the development of sustainable corporate governance practices in the industry sectors and by working with developing finance organizations on practical issues of incentivized sustainable lending.

Mehr Weniger

Coming back to Europe in 2016 where she started with the law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, she has been focusing on innovative sustainable financial instruments and related strategies, including bankable and capital markets products.