Coethica’s new CSR training, mentoring and SME Academy
Apologies for the infrequent posting but the epic scale plate-spinning behind the scenes is beginning to bear fruit!
…Warning! – This is an unashamed but humble request for critical feedback.
Back at the day job at Coethica were close to formally launching Coethica Training, a new suite of Corporate Social Responsibility training and mentoring services and me being the perfectionist that I am, I’d appreciate any brutally honest opinion by those inclined to comment.
I’ve added a news item to the main Coethica website (as I want to get the word out now and haven’t the patience to wait until our new website is finished) and invite all feedback positive or negative.
We’ve been delivering training in various guises ever since we established the business but now feels like the right time to offer separate and formal products to complement the strategic planning and implementation side of our offering.
We’ve developed training courses to cover every size and shape of business wanting to get the most out of their CSR agenda from start-up / SME to Corporates and across every sector.
We also plan to offer structured mentoring / executive coaching for individuals already engaged in CSR, or those wanting to get into the industry.
Most of the content is almost finished with just a little work remaining on branding before we officially ramp up any promotion.
I’ve also made a brief mention of the new Coethica Academy were we aim to offer, through an application process, free inspiration, motivation, education and advice to a restricted number of enthusiastic small businesses each year to steer them along a profitable CSR journey.
Here’s a couple of questions to stimulate your urge to comment:
- What topics are needed by employees / executives you’re aware of?
- What format is preferred – short & intense or spread over a day a week / month etc?
- What is the worst training story you’ve heard?
Please leave comments below or talk directly to Helena via the contact details on the website.
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Written by davidcoethica
June 22, 2010 at 4:43 pm
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