Master ESG in Practice: Principle, Culture and Strategy
ESPM – Brasil
São Paulo, Brazil
BRL 631 / per month *
Earliest start date
* in up to 35 installments of BRL 631.37 + 1 installment of BRL 695.22
The Master ESG in Practice aims to contribute consistently to the preparation of professionals to deal with the complex and uncertain scenario that the ESG Agenda has been presenting. This contribution will come from techniques, disciplines and approaches that revolve around ethics, sustainability, social responsibility, relationship with stakeholders, communication, and several other perspectives that contribute to the evolution of organizations towards new paradigms.
for whom it is intended
The Master ESG in Practice is aimed at graduates in any area of knowledge and entrepreneurs who want to consistently deepen their knowledge of the ESG Agenda, Social Responsibility and Sustainability, with profiles that may include:
- Professionals who work with corporate social responsibility management and intend to update themselves in this field, to develop themselves in the evaluation of ESG-related practices, and mainly to deepen their knowledge in the most diverse areas of this agenda.
- Managers who seek new perspectives for organizational transformation, based on the organizational culture approach
- Entrepreneurs who want to direct their ventures towards more sustainable practices, and seek to discover new perspectives, examples, and paths.
- Students and Entrepreneurs who want to get to know this field better, which attracts professionals looking to exercise their life purpose in more sustainable businesses.
Students graduating from the Master ESG in Practice: Principle, Strategy and Culture will be able to:
- Critically analyze a sustainability education project.
- Clearly and critically discern the main aspects of sustainability, sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, circular economy, regenerative economy, among others.
- Analyze relevant information in the field of sustainable investment, as a way to better understand the context of the ESG Agenda.
- Know and critically analyze the evolution and role of Governance in the ESG Agenda.
- Distinguish and critically analyze communication actions in order not to incur in greewashing, and how and when to communicate the purpose of organizations.
- Learn about market innovations towards ESG Data, and how the approach can contribute to Due Diligence.
- Conceptually develop sustainable business models.
- Knowing the critical reality of the context of the Anthropocene and the imminent ecological collapse.
- Articulate different tools and processes relevant to social responsibility, such as: reporting, social investment, community relations, risk management, among others.
- Develop and conduct collaborative practices to develop projects aimed at implementing sustainability and corporate social responsibility in the organizations where they operate.
- Reflect in the light of philosophy the ethical aspects and dilemmas that are always present in organizational life and in the implementation of sustainability.
what will you learn
The course program has a composition that reflects ESPM's experience in the development of professionals aligned with the needs of the different agents that make up the market.
Principles: Why Do It?
- Sustainability, Social Responsibility and ESG Agenda
- Social and Environmental Ethics and Human Rights
- Anthropocene and Global Ecological Collapse
- Education for Sustainability
Socio-environmental Agenda: What to do?
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Human Rights, Social Investment and Community Relations
- Management of Environmental, Social, Governance, Reputation and Strategic Risks
- Environmental Legislation and Its Principles
- Public Policies and the ESG Agenda
- Standards & Reporting: Origin, Management and Trends
Transformation and Governance: How to do it?
- Organizational Culture of Social Responsibility
- Creative Interventions: Facilitation, Dialogue and Co-creation
- Corporate Governance, Compliance and Capital Markets
- Sustainable Finance: The Financial Market Perspective on the ESG Agenda
- Communication & Branding: The ESG Agenda in the Digital Age
- Impact Intrapreneurship
Innovation, Society and New Economies: The Future that Emerges
- Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Business Models
- ESG Data: Artificial Intelligence As ESG Certification
- Circular Economy
- New Economies and Culture for Transition
Consolidation of Learning
- Completion of course work*
*At the end of the course, students will present the course conclusion work (TCC) in person to a panel of professors. The presentation takes place at one of the ESPM units, in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro or Porto Alegre.