Roundtables Peer Reviews bring together a diverse group of individuals, including business practitioners, campaigners and NGOs, academics and government for frank, constructive dialogue on the responsibility issues affecting business and wider society.
Under the Chatham House rule, roundtable participants discuss responsibility issues affecting business, other types of organisations and their stakeholders. Roundtables provide the opportunity for organisations to discuss latest best practices and latest thinking, innovations, likely directions of travel, and more.
There is a strong focus on collaboration and working together to reach a consensus as to what POOR, OKAY, GOOD and EXCELLENT performance looks like on the issue under examination.
The benefits of the roundtables include:
- Learning from experts and practitioners from NGOs, academia, business and beyond
- Sharing knowledge and views as to latest thinking, expertise and developments
- Networking with peers, experts and practitioners
- Generating new ideas and innovations
- Being ‘critical friended’ i.e. being appraised on how well your organisation performs and receiving suggestions for improvements
- Contributing to a deeper understanding as to POOR, OKAY, GOOD and EXCELLENT performance on any given issue
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