Integrating ESG Objectives into Organisational Culture
ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) reporting standards have been on the not-too-distant horizon for some time – and they have now arrived. One way to think of ESG is an audit of a company’s overall impact on the earth and its environment as well as its inhabitants. As a result, ESG objectives have gained a significantly larger place in corporate strategy and now draw increased attention from a range of stakeholders: customers, employees, citizens and of course investors. Regulatory authorities are now demanding transparency from companies regarding compliance with ESG standards. Global climate change and a greater emphasis on workplace wellbeing resulting from the COVID-19 crisis are among factors driving this focus on ESG – with the conscientious investor being the most influential.
As a result, it is no longer enough for corporate strategy to focus exclusively on shareholder value. Savvy leaders also recognise that employees must be fully engaged in delivering the corporate ESG strategy for it to succeed. It is therefore incumbent upon leaders to clearly identify and communicate ESG objectives and establish a workplace culture that motivates all employees to support actions that lead to improvement against ESG measures.
In this webinar, Gallup Partner Laragh Marchand will be joined by Brune Poirson, Chief Sustainability Officer with Accor Group, to share their expert perspectives on ensuring ESG objectives are integrated into corporate strategy and company culture.
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