Doing Good by Doing Good with Peter Baines
To celebrate the release of 'Doing Good by Doing Good' by Peter Baines, ex-cop and Founder of Hands Across the Water Charity, The HOW Foundation are hosting an exclusive breakfast for business owners, directors, CEO's, philanthropist's and community leaders with Peter Baines about how business leaders can implement sustainable CSR programs that build cash flow.
Doing Good by Doing Good offers a proven plan for implementing an effective strategy that can help organisations transform the communities they work with, while also bringing innovation and growth to their business.
Filled with illustrative case studies from organisations around the globe, it shows how these companies have increased morale and engagement, improved brand awareness, engaged new customers and delivered strong economic returns.
Furthermore, it presents a foolproof plan for building a corporate social responsibility strategy that can effectively balance consumers’ expectations around giving back to the community and shareholders’ demands to see dividends soar.
Peter Baines OAM is an international keynote speaker on leadership, change management and corporate social responsibility. He offers insight into lessons learned from the challenges he faced as a police officer and forensic investigator leading teams in response to the Bali bombings and Tsunami disaster. Peter is also the founder of the Thailand-based charity, Hands Across the Water.
Join us in learning how you can build an effective CSR for your organisation and have your business impact the community.
The breakfast commences officially at 8:00am sharp at the Langham Hotel (Southgate Centre, 1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank). Please arrive at 7:30am for check-in.
Limited seating is available.
Note: All monies raised will go directly towards Hands Across the Water charity.