Profitable caring: An inspirational and practical workshop


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Market leaders: How do they do it?
How do the market leaders build and maintain their edge?

We show you how to unlock the highest potential of your business using win-win-win-win-win-win (Win6), a strategy which develops engaged and willing stakeholders that can power your business forward.

Caring for stakeholders is not a fluffy concept. It ultimately lays the groundwork to develop loyal, creative and innovative staff and taps into the potential of a company’s wider group of stakeholders such as customers, suppliers, funders, and the wider community.

Developing win-win outcomes for stakeholders can develop a profitable and robust company that stands head and shoulders above competitors.

But where do we get started?

The journey may be long and winding but the sooner we get started, the sooner we get to power our businesses forward and play with the market leaders.

Jamie Robertson joins us to enlighten the path forward by discussing stakeholder engagement strategies.

Jamie is the founder of WA’s first B Corp. Market leading company Patagonia says of B Corps:

“The B Corp movement is one of the most important of our lifetime, built on the simple fact that business impacts and serves more than just shareholders—it has an equal responsibility to the community and to the planet”. Rose Marcario, CEO of Patagonia

Jamie, through his exposure to B Corp strategies and philosophies, can share with us practical ways to engage with stakeholders, no matter the size of your company.

Whether you are a startup entrepreneur or the Director of a large corporation, this workshop will explore key success factors in developing an organisation’s highest potential, including:

  • Who are my stakeholders?
  • How can they add value to my business?
  • Why would I proactively engage them?
  • Where do I get started?

How about inviting some of your stakeholders to breakfast and seeing how you can win together?


People love our events! Here’s what they have to say…

“Good use of time – engaging and of real benefit”
“It was really worth attending”
“Helps create a new paradigm in business”
“A beautiful feeling of continuing to connect with genuine people who want to make a difference”
“Very thought provoking”
“Precious time to reflect”
“Great speaker, helpful information”
“Window to a new and compelling future”
“Incredibly relevant and needed”
“Informative and practical – direct value to what I’m doing”
“Challenged my thinking”
“Lots of new and useful information. I felt inspired”



Jamie RObertsonJamie Robertson
For ten years Jamie worked as the Principal Consultant of a management consulting company specialising in the delivery of strategy development and engagement services to government, the community sector and industry. As the Managing Director of 361 Degrees Stakeholder Engagement Services, Jamie was the first in Western Australia to take a company through the B Corp Certification process.Jamie is currently the Australasian representative on the B Corp Global Standards Advisory Council, the peak international body overseeing the B Corp certification assessment process. He is also a non-Executive Director on several community sector Boards and is currently performing the role of Executive Manager Funding and Community Partnerships with Ruah Community Services.


acacia-internationalB Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk. It provides a framework and certification for companies wishing to benefit society as well as their shareholders. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Today, there is a growing community of more than 1,600 Certified B Corps from 42 countries and over 120 industries working together toward 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business.

Thursday, 22 June 2017
7.30 – 9.00 AM

Four Points by Sheraton, 707 Wellington St, Perth

The venue is easily accessible by public transport and the CPP Elder Street car park backs onto the hotel. After 8am on-street parking is limited to a maximum of one hour.

Continental buffet breakfast

$60 + GST
25% discount for members

Registrations close COB Tuesday, 20 June

For any enquiries, please contact [email protected].


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