The concept of the social license to operate (SLO) has become increasingly important in recent years as companies have come under increasing scrutiny from the public regarding their impact on society and the environment. In essence, the social license to operate refers to the level of acceptance or approval that a company has from the community in which it operates. Without this license, a company may find it difficult to carry out its activities, attract and retain employees, and secure financing and partnerships.
To obtain and maintain a social license to operate, companies must engage in a process of ongoing dialogue and engagement with stakeholders. This may involve conducting social and environmental impact assessments, developing community development programs, implementing environmental management systems, and establishing grievance mechanisms for stakeholders.
While the concept of the social license to operate is still evolving, it is clear that companies must take a proactive and strategic approach to engaging with stakeholders and addressing social and environmental concerns in order to obtain and maintain their license to operate. Companies that fail to do so may face reputational damage, legal action, and financial losses. Ultimately, the social license to operate is about building trust and legitimacy with stakeholders, and demonstrating that a company is committed to creating long-term value for society and the environment.
(Will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia)
Session 1: The concept of SLOI
Session 2: Identify key stakeholders to engage (AA1000 Stakeholder Engagement Standard)
Session 3: Investing in Knowledge & Strategic Planning
Session 4: Communication in Relationship Building
Session 5: SLOI Determination of Scale, Level & Measurement Indicator
Session 6: SLOI Case studies
The results of SLI are very useful for the industry to determine the right stakeholder engagement strategy in complex social, economic, political and environmental dynamics.
1. CSR practitioners
2. Lecturers who are conducting Community Service activities
3. General Managers
4. Community Relations Managers
5. Community Development Managers
6. Public Relations Managers
7. Other practitioners who are interested in effectiveness of monitoring community projects or any other project
Dr. Maria Ariesta Utha, S.E., M.M.
Maria Utha has more than 10 years research and consulting experience in projects with the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Higher Education Sectors. She is a Permanent Lecturer in Master Degree with spezialitation Sustainability and Community Entrepreneurship. Maria Utha completed her Doctoral Degree in Sustainable Development Doctoral Program at Trisakti University. She has expertise in Environmental Economics, Sustainability & Community Entrepreneurship Management, Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods, Data Processing using various statistical tools.
Rio Zakarias Widyandaru, ST, MM-Sustainability
Rio is a graduate of Cum-Laude MM-Sustainability at Trisakti University who is the Sustainability Manager at CECT. Having expertise as a Senior Researcher and CSR consultant at CECT for many companies in the areas of Business Social Mapping, Designing Community Development programs, ComDev Assistance, CSR Program Implementation, SROI (Social Return on Investment), CSR Monitoring & Evaluation Programs, CSR Communication, Sustainability Reporting, Social Enterprise and others.
Two (2) day workshop: IDR 5.800.000
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