KW Inner Strength
Environmental, Social and Governance Priorities
KW Inner Strength’s environmental, social and governance priorities are:
Whenever possible, public transport will be taken to travel to meetings, client addresses and training venues to minimise the environmental impact of travel. Remote meetings will be scheduled to plan and develop training solutions and face-to-face planning meetings will be actively discouraged.
The business will be co-ordinated from Karen Warren’s home address to reduce the need for heat and lighting in an additional premises. Electricity costs will be reviewed regularly to ensure a competitive rate from the supplier.
Stationery and equipment will be sourced from local and UK companies wherever possible to reduce the associated travel costs for delivery.
As a sole trader, Karen Warren’s social priorities focus towards training clients and partners. A review of training venues will be undertaken before training starts to identify potential health and safety risks to a delegate to ensure their safety and wellbeing in that environment. Public liability insurance is in place for KW Inner Strength but the focus will be to identify and mitigate any issues before delegates enter the training environment.
Karen Warren upholds the values of KW Inner Strength to treat people:
- with respect and dignity
- openly and honestly
- with kindness and compassion
- responsibly and ethically
- professionally and appropriately
- equally and inclusively
- with appropriate challenge to support people’s learning and development
- with integrity
- with insightful and reflective suggestions for change
Karen will make her own wellbeing a priority to demonstrate role model behaviours to others and enable her to be well to deliver great coaching, training and consultancy solutions.
KW Inner Strength is registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) and adheres to their GDPR standards. Personal information is rarely held in relation to client organisations and delegates but when it is, the physical and electronic storage of that information is considered to ensure restricted access. Information will be deleted and removed from stored records once there is no further need for the information, prompted by a monthly diary note.
Access to client information is physically and electronically restricted to ensure the confidentiality of clients and their delegates.