ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is a hot topic that spans both globe and sectors as organizations of all sizes look to increase agility and resilience in the face of the growing socio-economic pressures and changing regulatory requirements in 2023.
Coinciding with the release of the latest ESG Trends Report from GRC 20/20, report author, Michael Rasmussen is partnering with Ekko to deliver a webinar exploring the report’s findings and what it means for organizations’ approach to policy and training management.
Policy & Training Engagement: The foundation of a successful ESG program
To be successful, ESG has to be a reality within organizations – and that requires that the values and commitments set forth in ESG work their way into corporate culture and integrity.
The foundation of this is policy engagement – from the Code of Conduct down into specific ESG-related policies.
But well-written policies aren’t enough.
Good policy management combined with engagement (and training) is key – organizations simply can’t build the required ethical compliance culture and ESG integrity they need without it.
About the webinar
Hear from leading industry analyst, Michael Rasmussen as he discusses the rise of ESG, the latest ESG trends, and why engagement is key for ESG programs to be effective.
LearningZone CEO, Hertzel Kuriel will also share a short demo of how onboarding has been transformed at a large Medical Centre in Israel by integrating policy and training management with Ekko.
Attendees will also be invited to have their questions answered, and have the opportunity to download the latest ESG Trends Report to further explore the ESG challenges organizations face in 2023 – and why there is such a need to focus on user engagement.
The webinar takes place Wednesday, February 22, at 11am EST / 4pm GMT.
Register for the webinar
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