We aim to provide our members and people with tools, resources and education to help them communicate, advocate, embrace and celebrate their role as good citizens. Here we aim to equip our members with the education resources and the critical thinking skills required to assist and challenge decision making to contribute positively to society today and in the future.
Trust Makes a Difference
Understand the “why” behind trust as well as the importance of effective communication, professional skills and courage in building and maintaining trust.
The Keys To Having Exceptional Emotional Intelligence
This webinar aims to leave participants with both the desire and the ability to improve their emotional intelligence skills which are vital to success both in our careers and in our lives.
Professional Ethics for Businesses
In this virtual classroom, you will explore business ethics and the challenges of working ethically in today’s ambiguous business environment as you revise your obligations under the Code of Ethics and understand how to apply the Code’s conceptual framework.
Professional Ethics for Public Practice
In this webinar, you will explore business ethics and the challenges of working ethically in today’s ambiguous business environment as you revise your obligations under the Code of Ethics and understand how to apply the Code’s conceptual framework.
Learn why businesses and the financial sector are embracing sustainable finance over traditional debt structures, the drivers behind this and how your organisation/clients can benefit from the different sustainable finance products
Sustainable practice – the financial impacts on your business
This webinar has been designed for our members in business and practice to raise awareness around the continued area of climate risk. The webinars have been developed as bite-sized to allow the audience to listen to all topics or only the sessions relevant to them.
Your Citizenship hub
Find the resources and inspirational stories and content to help you navigate the new business and personal environments created by our changed circumstances.Go Back