Private Goodness - social responsibility seminars workshops strategy

©2019 by Private Goodness Ltd

Company number: 11358592

27 Old Gloucester Street, London, United Kingdom, WC1N 3AX

 

Private Goodness exists to empower SMEs do more good and grow sustainably

90% of consumers would switch brands to one that is associated with a good cause, given similar price or quality.

90% of customers would trust that company more.

With social responsibility, everyone wins!

Find out more here

E-mail:

info@privategoodness.com

to arrange a free consultation

Blog

February 25, 2019

I love awards. Yes, I do.

One time, my colleagues and I were rehearsing our awards ceremony and testing the choreography and  slides. My role was to go to the stage and pretend to win ALL the awards. It was great.

In reality, I’ve only ever won one award for my academic work on social responsibility and I haven’t stopped talking about it since. Perhaps some may think it shallow, but I honestly believe that recognition is very im...

November 9, 2018

Hi Richard,

Thank you so much for agreeing to give an interview to Private Goodness. 

You’ve had a long and varied career in corporate responsibility alongside volunteering for many organisations. Which achievement are you most proud of?  

Helping to establish a free legal facility for the Government of Sierra Leone on behalf of the law firm I was working for at the time, Herbert Smith Freehills. Fair Deal Sierra Leone was a...

October 30, 2018

People keep asking me this question so I decided to put my answer in one place. So, who cares?

Your customers

90% of consumers would switch brands to one that is associated with a good cause, given similar price or quality.

90% will be more likely to trust that company. In the world where trust in companies is low (and getting lower) this number is incredibly important.

Your employees

88% of Millennials want to work for a company w...

October 29, 2018

Today we are catching up with Lindsay Healy, the Founder of Aria Grace LLC. They claim to do things a little differently. We were intrigued.. 

Lindsay, tell us what’s different about your organisation?

The core of Aria Grace LLC, as a business model for today and as a legacy for the next generations, is to deliver two things our ethical-world values and at the same time top class services.

We focus on the client, our lawyers and...

October 8, 2018

In the past they told us that companies are there for making a profit, and being in business is like being in war.

Then they were saying, we should give more, then that just giving isn’t enough and all of a sudden all operations need to be 'ethical'.. what’s next?

It can all be a bit too much. So no surprise that sometimes an introduction to CSR goes a bit like this:

  1. Denial

CSR is for big compa...

September 27, 2018

On 29th October this year, 100 of London's most compassionate business people will sleep under the stars, at the historic Lords' Cricket Ground for CEO Sleepout London 2018. 

They are coming together as a business community for one night to show that they care about rising inequality, homelessness and poverty in the city, and to help do something positive about it. 

Whilst we know that one night isn't a great hardship and our pa...

August 9, 2018

On a rainy Thursday in August, you could read over 100 pages of the new government strategy setting out their vision for civil society.

Or you can read NCVO’s excellent summary of the whole paper here.

This blog will discuss Chapter 4, which is all about the private sector and the government’s role in ‘promoting business, finance and tech for good’.

One thing is certain: the responsible business movement is not some kind of...

August 6, 2018

Hi Kathy! We love your brand Moeloco. Tell us, how did you come up with the idea? 

Its Moeloco which is a word I created from 2 different languages. The fist is Moe which comes from the Hawaiin word Moehauani which means dream and the 2nd word Loco means crazy so its Dream Crazy.

My dream crazy began with the dream that no child should live in poverty and all children should be given the opportunity to get an education and be ab...

July 27, 2018

  

Hi Nick, thank you so much for taking the time to give an interview to Private Goodness. First question. Your background is in PR,  can you tell us how you found the transition to CSR?

 My background in publicity has been very useful in many ways particularly as it’s helpful to know how to promote ideas and inspire people.  I took up my CSR role at Turner (the company behind such well-known brands as CNN, Cartoon Ne...

July 24, 2018

Being at sea for long periods of time gives people a chance to reflect. Sometimes this reflection leads to wisdom.

I want to discuss 3 maritime mantras in the Social Responsibility context.

  1. If you think safety is expensive, try having an accident.

In business, we need our reputation and bottom line to be safe.

However, we now live in the world where a scandal can go viral within minutes and seriously damage both.

Investing i...

Please reload

 

21st November, London

Social Responsibility Workshop for Business Leaders