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Top Ten Critical Tips for CSR/Sustainability Executives
By admin November 22, 2019

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/Sustainability is now a fixture at most companies but that doesn’t mean the path is well-worn or easy to navigate. Most CSR executives are often charting a new course (with little support) and dealing with the day-to-day challenges of implementation, measurement and improvement.

Leading the way as a CSR/Sustainability leader requires vision and grit — and most practitioners are always looking to improve. That’s why we developed this handy guide (Ten Critical Tips for CSR/Sustainability Leaders) which you can access below. We took the liberty of canvassing the TBG Purpose team as well as CSR professionals around the world to develop this list and we started off by asking the same questions that CSR executives ask themselves:

How can I effectively assess my CSR program? How can I ensure that I’m on track? How can I get buy-in and support from the C-Suite? How can effectively incorporate best practices? How do I make sure my program adheres to the reporting guidelines and standards? How do I ensure that my company is ranked with the best-of-the-best? How can I address the specific needs of key and increasingly influential employee groups such as Millennials?

The short answer is that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer for any of these questions and the perfect blueprint does not exist. But there are some pointers that are worth noting — from determining how to assess your program to incorporating best practices and not chasing perfection. So, don’t worry — we have you covered with some standard and highly unconventional tips.

Click below to access some tips and get in touch to access the full document.

 

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