From Public Speaking to Interactive Brain-Storming Sessions

In addition to the Stakeholder Management and Enterprise Engagement executive education program, the EEA offers briefings or meeting facilitation designed for boards and management at private, not-for-profit and government organizations, as well as solution providers seeking to improve results through through Stakeholder Management and Enterprise Engagement principles and processes. 

The Enterprise Engagement speakers bureau and advisory services feature professionals in: general management, human resources, DEI (diversity, equity, inclusion), sales and customer service, marketing, operations, finance and fundraising for public, private government and not-for-profits, and those serving on boards of directors. A special program is available for academics and for students through the Stakeholder Capitalism Society. The Enterprise Engagement Alliance program may be the only training anywhere specifically focused on the practical application for almost size or type of organization of the “S” or Social of Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) management, otherwise known as Stakeholder Capitalism.

Instructors, facilitators, and advisors include leaders in Stakeholder Management and Enterprise Engagement, including Bruce Bolger, founder of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance and author of Enterprise Engagement for CEOs: and of Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, and R. Edward Freeman, Professor of Business Administration at the Darden Business School of the University of Virginia, one of the originators of Stakeholder Theory, author of Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach; co-author of The Power of And: Responsible Business Without Tradeoffs (Columbia University Press, 2020); Models of Leadership in Plato and Beyond (Oxford University Press, 2021); Stakeholder Theory: The State of the Art (Cambridge, 2010); and Managing for Stakeholders (Yale, 2007).

Click here for other other advisors, facilitators, and speakers available from the Enterprise Engagement Alliance’s Advisory Board.

The education is unique in its focus on addressing and aligning the interests of customers, employees, supply chain and distribution partners, and communities, and on focusing on DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) as a business opportunity.

According to a recent article in the Financial Times, demand for experts in ESG management far outstrips supply.

The Enterprise Engagement Alliance provides general training for executives, boards, and academics who have no need for formal certification and more advanced training for professionals in marketing, sales, human resources, operations, and other areas of business that can benefit from a strategic approach to people management.

For executives, the EEA can provide high-level training via video or live meetings as well as facilitate exercises that include conducting a human capital gap analysis and developing a strategic human capital plan with clear metrics tied to the bottom line. This can include strategies for dealing with investor activities.

Other training includes human capital management, strategies, metrics, and internal and external reporting.

Click on the video below to learn more about Stakeholder Capitalism and its key proponents.

For More Information
Contact Bruce Bolger
914-591-7600, ext. 230
Bolger@TheICEE.org

See below for a short clip from a training program, or click here for education sessions from the EEA’s Youtube Zoom show channel.

Bruce Bolger Video from MOVE Media Production on Vimeo.

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