Patrick

Patrick

  • More than 8 years of expe­ri­ence in consul­ting
  • CSR/sustainability manage­ment expert
  • Combines exper­tise from the profit and the non-profit sector

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Typical star­ting point of client

  • Manage­ment is confronted with sustai­na­bi­lity topics and CSR as they are increa­singly under­s­tood as compe­ti­tive factors
  • Neces­sity of esta­bli­shing struc­tures for profes­sional CSR/sustainability manage­ment to create compe­ti­tive advan­tages (e.g. improved employer brand, stra­tegic part­nership with clients and suppliers) and to mini­mize risks (loss of targeted customer
    segments due to lack of or non-trans­pa­rent sustai­na­bi­lity)
  • Need of clear evalua­tion with regard to the rela­tion of costs and bene­fits of poten­tial invest­ments in CSR/sustainability manage­ment
  • Overs­trai­ning due to the comple­xity and the increa­sing inte­rest of clients, suppliers and employees in diffe­rent sustai­na­bi­lity aspects of the company

Inno­va­tive approach

  • Empower­ment: support of the manage­ment, experts and mana­gers in deve­lo­ping company-rele­vant exper­tise with regard to auto­no­mous CSR/sustainability manage­ment (e.g. selec­tion of essen­tial sustai­na­bi­lity topics by iden­ti­fying posi­tive corre­la­tions
    between profi­ta­bi­lity figures and sustai­na­bi­lity topics)
  • Coun­sel­ling: Conti­nuous super­vi­sion and reflec­tion during the process of desi­gning and imple­men­ting CSR/sustainability stra­te­gies, instru­ments and measu­rements (e.g. mate­ria­lity analysis, stake­holder dialo­gues, stake­holder queries, sweet spot
    analysis, circular econo­mies, social inno­va­tion)
  • Consul­ting: Consul­ting with regard to content and poten­tial assess­ment of cross-sectional topics as sustai­na­bi­lity and supply chain, human resources manage­ment, commu­ni­ca­tion, busi­ness models or corpo­rate gover­nance models

Typical effect/result

  • Short-term: deve­lop­ment of solid deci­sion making tools and improved hand­ling of sustai­na­bi­lity topics
  • Medium-term: Effi­cient, effec­tive CSR/sustainability manage­ment speci­fi­cally desi­gned for the company leads to e.g. increased inno­va­tive capa­bi­lity, impro­ve­ment of the employee iden­ti­fi­ca­tion with the company, impro­ve­ment of the company’s repu­ta­tion,
    reduc­tion of costs (up to 20%), increase of turnover or reduc­tion of risks harming the busi­ness
  • Long-term: Stra­tegic compe­ti­tive advan­tages, deve­lop­ment and adap­ta­tion of the busi­ness model to the chal­lenges of the 21st century (e.g. unique selling points by adap­ta­tion of the supply chain, deve­lop­ment of inno­va­tive products, services
    and processes)
Patrick

Patrick

  • More than 8 years of expe­ri­ence in consul­ting
  • CSR/sustainability manage­ment expert
  • Combines exper­tise from the profit and the non-profit sector

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Get in contact

Still curious?
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