ESADE Alumni Social is pleased to invite you to an interactive session entitled “Responsible People Management, Corporate Social Responsibility and Talent”, led by Carlos Cortés.
What does responsible people management mean? What new trends does it respond to and what are the keys to incorporating the CSR approach into existing people-management policies? In particular, what best practices have companies contributed to this new model of responsible people management? Which of these policies are the most developed, and which still face challenges?
At this session, inspired by the recent study “The Influence of CSR on People Management: Best Practices” by the Esade Institute for Social Innovation, we will examine some examples and analyse seven responsible people-management practices that combine CSR principles with the effective dynamics and policies of talent management.
Carlos Cortés is a founding partner of Sector Cuatro Consultoría Social, a lecturer in the Department of Strategy and General Management at Esade and a researcher at the Esade Institute of Social Innovation.
He is also an executive coach specialised in talent management. Together with Ignasi Carreras, he is the co-author of the aforementioned Institute of Social Innovation study, “The Influence of CSR on People Management: Best Practices”.
He holds a law degree from the Complutense University of Madrid and has also studied business management, human resources, administration of foundations and other non-profit organisations, international taxation and expatriate management. He also holds an advanced degree in occupational hazard prevention.
Remember that you can:
- Access the webinar from anywhere using a mobile device* or a computer, provided that you have a speaker and an internet connection.
- Interact with the speaker by asking questions via live chat during the session.
* If you use a mobile device, you must download the app to access the webinar platform.
A few days before the session, you will receive an email with an individual and non-transferable access URL that will allow you to follow and participate in the live session. The time zone for this webinar is GMT+1 (Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris). You can check what time the session will take place in your time zone by clicking on the link in the email you will receive.