Much more than carbon emissions and reforestation.

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Environmental Social Governance

Executive Coaching

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As ESG risks intensify,
opportunities emerge.

COLLABORATING WITH COMPANIES
FOR MORE RESILIENT
AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

READ THE UN AGENDA 2030 CALL TO ACTION

ESG Strategies are Bottom Line

As risks intensify and opportunities accelerate,

companies need to clearly see what matters.

LET’S GO DEEPER

THE 5 ESG FUNDAMENTALS

The global pandemic added another spotlight on the value of environmental, social, and corporate governance considerations. As risks intensify and opportunities accelerate, companies need to better see what matters. The rising prominence of ESG international policies and its set of criteria, provide guidance and motivation to dig deeper into companies’ strengths and weaknesses to take meaningful actions. And this time it’s for real: the sooner the better.

17 Goals to Transform Our World

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call for action by all countries – poor, rich and middle-income – to promote prosperity while protecting the planet.

They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and address a range of social needs including education, health, social protection, and job opportunities, while tackling climate change and environmental protection. More important than ever, the goals provide a critical framework for COVID-19 recovery.

“We have to mobilize the private sector; it is 75% of the Global GDP. Moving forward, collaboration with business and the key CEOs in the world is crucial when it comes to fighting climate change.”

H.E. Antonio Gutierrez, Secretary-General United Nations

Is your Company already in or planning to commit to the Sustainable Development Goals?

If your company is new to ESG matters or is struggling to implement the change, reflect. What it would mean to your company’s business when you embrace an early and responsible ESG strategy?

What changes have you seen in your industry over the past 3 years?

Rapidly increasing public awareness and stakeholders’ expectations are driving business leaders to be more proactive on the Sustainability agenda. In 2020, more than 4.500 companies worldwide self-reported their GHG emission for public disclosure, and about 40% of those companies have formally committed to specific emission targets as part of their strategic and financial plans.

Whom do you consider to be relevant stakeholders in defining an ESG strategy for your Company?

In the face of any major change, managers are told to “Get all stakeholders on board, first.” When it comes to an effective ESG strategy, your relevant stakeholders may be more than think. They should include at a minimum the Board, CEO, senior executive, IT, legal, ESG governance, HR but must also consider suppliers, customers and the communities in which the Company operates.

Do you have listed companies among your Clients?

For listed companies, the sustainability path today is well channeled and traced by financial rules and regulations. Yet, companies selling and providing goods or services to their listed clients should start looking for paring their clients’ standards and sustainability compliances needs.