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The what, why, and how of effective oversight
To create value through ESG, companies need a tangible and practical plan they can act on. It’s not about financials, disclosures, climate change, or diversity alone. It’s about embedding all of these principles into your strategy and operations.
Corporate directors can lead the way by understanding the what, why, and how of effective ESG oversight.
When it comes to ESG, the stakes are rising—as are the growth opportunities. The conversation isn’t new, it’s expanding. ESG oversight is about more than checking a box. It’s about creating sustainable advantage and value. To do that, your board needs to see the full picture.
The pursuit of diversity isn’t just about doing the right thing. A diverse, inclusive workforce helps drive better outcomes. With the culture of your organization and the ability to attract top talent at stake, boards need to take an active role in overseeing D&I initiatives. Our dashboard and insights provide practical steps boards can take.
Institutional shareholders have long been clamoring for greater disclosure around companies’ climate risk and footprint. And corporate directors increasingly believe that climate change should play a role in forming corporate strategy.That’s a good thing. Because with the White House putting climate risk front and center, boards will need to do even more.
ESG can be a window into your company's future, connecting business priorities to societal impact. How do you get there from here? Step forward.