Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership has released its second “Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report” as part of its commitments as a signatory to the UN’s Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
The mission of the PRME initiative is “to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally”. Queen’s School of Business was one of the first 100 business schools to commit to the six PRME principles.
“As a signatory to PRME, QSB’s commitment to the principles of responsible leadership is very clear, and very public” says Tina Dacin, Director of QSB’s Centre for Responsible Leadership. “Reporting bi-annually against our progress in implementing the six PRME principles is a way for us to showcase our activities in this space, and the SIP reporting process provides the opportunity to share ideas, innovative new approaches, and best practices with other PRME signatories”.
The Centre for Responsible Leadership’s mission is to educate students and foster research, outreach, and advocacy on responsible leadership. Through membership and active participation in global initiatives such as PRME and the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, QSB is working on the world stage to better understand the challenges associated with globally responsible leadership and to develop new and better ways to train future and current managers.