Sustainability reporting raises tricky questions about what you should report, and how you should report it. But the question few are asking is – am I really getting any value from this? Is it worth the investment? Given all the things you could spend time and money on to make your company more sustainable, is reporting earning its keep?
*Webinar details below*
Whether it’s the EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive requirements, or the SEC’s consultation on non-financial reporting requirements, or the ever-increasing customer and analyst demand for sustainability performance information – sustainability reporting is becoming increasingly inevitable. Though standardized approaches are welcome in some ways, they bring a risk that it becomes a box-ticking exercise more focused on keeping certain stakeholders happy than really improving the performance of your business. And even if you are keen to get some strategic return, it’s difficult to know which reporting standard or framework – from the International Integrated Reporting Council’s Framework to GRI’s evolving reporting standards – is going to help you most.
How do you navigate this changing landscape, and get the most value for your sustainability reporting? There isn’t one uniform ‘right way’ of reporting but our webinar will help you focus your efforts and optimize the value you are getting, by exploring how some leading companies are realizing value from their reports, and considering some of the key questions:
- Who your audience and key stakeholders are – and what kinds of information they are looking for.
- How the frameworks, regulations and standards continue to evolve, and how they might affect you.
- How to balance the investment you make in the reporting process and communicating the results.
- How you can maximize your reach and impact by using different communication channels.
Join our webinar
“What’s the point in reporting? And how can you get the most out of it?”
Tuesday 6 December, 2016 (4-5pm GMT; 11am-12pm EST; 8-9am PST)