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Henley launches 'Leading for Sustainability' course

Henley Management College is launching a new 'Leading for Sustainability' programme which aims to help key decision makers in business, government and not-for-profit organisations accelerate creative transformation towards sustainable environmental practises.

Henley says the three day course is designed for senior managers in corporate responsibility, strategists, and directors involved in operations, logistics, marketing, communications, HR, finance and organisational audit.

The programme aims to establish a practical grasp of new sustainability leadership principles, in order to enable staff to lead sustainably, drive innovation and change within their organisation, evaluate how to simultaneously improve environmental, social and financial performance and develop a sustainability action plan with practical milestones for successful delivery.

Henley will be running a pilot programme from 30 October to 2 November with a follow-up day on 10 December 2007. The College is offering this pilot course at a 20% reduction on the standard programme fee.

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