A pre-engagement, leading up to LBS’ Annual International Sustainability Conference (ISC), that focuses on the impacts of climate change and encourages leaders to incorporate sustainable and ethical business practices into their plans and daily operations to have a beneficial effect.

The programme is designed to empower journalists with skills and knowledge about sustainable development and creating shared values, concepts & issues.” – Oreva Atanya, Head, LBS Sustainability Centre

The Nonprofit Leadership and Management Certificate Programme is a detailed introduction to Nonprofit Management that takes on a highly practical, experiential and interactive approach. Participants will learn through a series of online and in-class faculty-facilitated lectures, guest lectures, case study discussions, and videos. This is to ensure they learn to advance powerful innovative ideas into high-impact realities, and effectively apply management skills to the nonprofit sector.

Lagos Business School (LBS) and Ford Foundation inaugurated the Innocent Chukwuma Social Impact Chair and Fellowship (ICSICF), introducing the first youth fellows cohort and unveiling the book cover of the upcoming biography of Innocent Chukwuma. Inaugurated on Friday, May 13, 2022, this initiative, which is in memory of the late Innocent Chukwuma, is being delivered by the LBS Sustainability Centre and funded by the Ford Foundation.

Business and Sustainable Development in Nigeria Report: The Case of the Banking Industry (2019)

The main objective of this report, Business and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: The case of the Banking Industry, (2019) is to present a business-relevant resource on corporate sustainability practices in Nigeria’s banking industry.

It is a practical resource for banks, business executives, investors, market analysts, regulators, academics and the public. Link to report: http://bit.ly/BSDNR2019

Nonprofit Leadership and Management Programme

The Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre and Ford Foundation West Africa have trained over 200 youth in the civil society sector through the Nonprofit Leadership and Management (NPLM) certificate programme.

The programme is designed to provide participants with experience-based insights and expert perspectives on best practices in board governance and management, talent management, fundraising, partnership and more. The aim is to effectively scale and advance their various social projects across Nigeria. Details of the programme: http://bit.ly/lbsnonprofit2020

Leadership Programme for Sustainable Waste Management

Waste management is a growing field in Nigeria, as entrepreneurs tackle issues of plastic waste pollution, environmental preservation and public health.

Forty young professionals from 11 different states in Nigeria participated in the new Leadership Programme for Sustainable Waste

Chief Executive Forum on Sustainability

Themed ‘Plastic Waste Mitigation in Nigeria: Efforts, Achievements and Prospects’, the 2019 CEO Roundtable on Sustainability explored ideas, actions and frameworks to address plastic pollution in Nigeria.

Held on September 13, 2019, at The George Hotel, Ikoyi, the Roundtable saw a gathering of representatives of government agencies, multinationals, academics and other stakeholders in sustainability.

International Sustainability Conference

On Wednesday, November 27, our Sustainability Centre hosted experts, academics and thought leaders across industries at the 2019 edition of its International Sustainability Conference themed, ‘Innovating for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth’.

LBS Conversations: Meeting Stakeholder Expectations – COVID-19 and my workforce