A 2015 study found that organisations that had a genuine commitment to building your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) substantially outperformed those that did not, with an average return on assets 19 times higher. The establishment of a CSR strategy is a crucial component of a company's competitiveness and something that should be led by the firm itself. This means building your CSR and embedding it into policies and procedures which integrate and satisfy social, environmental, ethical, human rights or consumer concerns - all in close collaboration with stakeholders. Our short course explores the frameworks of CSR and good corporate governance. Whether you are a private sector organisation seeking to introduce ethical practices or you are a public sector organisation focusing on building your commercial capabilities whilst retaining your public service principles, then building your CSR is a key issue. Now, more than ever, there is a need to be 'corporate with a conscience' - to balance profitability with (local and international) community engagement a well as all ecological considerations. Whether your are in the private sector or the public sector, do you have the commitment and the plan in place? This output-driven workshop focuses on the creation of your own approach to the Quadruple Bottom Line (balancing profitability with community, ecology and innovation) and ensuring that it is in alignment with your vision and values.