It pays to be a steward of environmental, social, and governance (ESG). Studies show companies with high ESG maturity, on average, outperform those with low ESG maturity and often become more efficient and less volatile, with less turnover, better stakeholder relationships, and better management of their risks and opportunities.
Whether you’re new to ESG or looking for new ways to implement ESG initiatives at your workplace, the experts at VelocityEHS have compiled some great tips in this new white paper to help business leaders, like you, start or grow your ESG program.
The CEO’s Checklist includes:
- Define: Determine Exactly what “ESG” Means to Your Business
- Educate: Expand Your Knowledge and Deliver the Information
- Strategy: Prioritize and Then Expand
- Goals, Targets & Measurement: Flesh Out the Metrics
- Awareness: Keep Up with the Trends
- Governance & Transparency: Nurture Communication