Thu, 03 Nov|
Implementing Social Value in your business with Willmott Dixon
You are invited to attend our free workshop where you can find out how best practices for implementing social value in your business.
Time & Location
03 Nov 2022, 09:30 – 12:00
The Box, Tavistock Pl, Plymouth PL4 8AX, UK
About the event
To be run by Danielle Haskings, Senior Social Value Manager at Wilmott Dixon, you will be informed on their purpose is to transform lives, strengthen communities, and enhance the environment so the world is fit for future generations and how you can create a similar model for your business or organisation.
9.45 – 10.15 - Breakfast & Networking
10:15 – 10:45 – Presentation & Q&A
- What is social value
- What can you do as an organisation
- How can it be evidenced and measured
- How can you create partnerships to deliver activities in Plymouth
10:45 – 11 - Our Plymouth
11 – 11.30 – Networking
Social Value is no longer thought of as ‘the fluffy stuff’ and as more emphasis is placed on businesses supporting communities, join Danielle Haskings, Senior Social Value Manager at Willmott Dixon in a discussion focusing on the importance of social value, what you can do as an organization and how you can effectively measure and evidence the good work you do. Danielle will also be focusing on how you can create partnerships to help deliver activities in Plymouth that will benefit both the community and your organisation. We will also be joined by Our Plymouth, a citywide platform for volunteer recruitment who will be talking about they can support you as well as how you can support them. Before the presentation and questions there will be a chance to network over a supplied breakfast.
Danielle is a Senior Social Value Manager at Willmott Dixon Construction. Her role is to provide support to site management teams about the future of the construction industry, including educating young people about opportunities, employment for local people and community support and engagement projects.
As a Senior Social Value Manager her role will range from school engagement, including careers support, STEM activities and work experience, to employment opportunities which includes those from barriered backgrounds (prison leavers, veterans, and long-term unemployed etc.). She studies business strategy and new ideas, enabling her to provide a range of support and opportunities to safeguard the future of the industry.