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ESG Fundamentals Microcredentials: Design your ESG action plan

Thursday, March 31, 2022
9:00 AM
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Schedule:Thursday, March 31 - April 28
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT

You must attend all five sessions to receive the microcredential:

  • March 31 - ESG Fundamentals
  • April 7 - GOVERNANCE Impact
  • April 14 - SOCIAL Impact
  • April 21 - ENVIRONMENTAL Impact
  • April 28 - Your ESG Roadmap: Theory to Action

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Sustainability Series

This ESG Fundamentals Microcredential will provide you with an opportunity to investigate the environmental, social and governance impacts of your organization and develop a strategy to act on your values. 

Who will benefit from this program?

  • Business leaders and individuals looking to act on their commitment to building an inclusive, sustainable, and regenerative economy through mapping an initial ESG strategy.

  • Organizations of all sizes seeking to understand their environmental, social, and governance impacts and looking to begin mapping an ESG strategy to maximize positive and minimize negative impacts. 

  • Individuals who are ready to chart their course to improve ESG outcomes for their organization and build their skillset, so they are qualified for advancement within and beyond their current organization.

  • Business leaders and individuals at any level of an organization who are at the beginning of the ESG journey, as well as those looking to advance their knowledge and impact through acquiring new tools and broadening their network.

What you will learn

  • Explore the rise of ESG strategy and discover its connection to CSR, sustainability, social responsibility, and impact movements.

  • Learn how to apply organizational behaviour and change leadership principles to design and enable an ESG strategy. 

  • Identify the role of materiality assessments in determining high-impact ESG opportunities.

  • Understand how stakeholder engagement fuels governance, social, environmental actions, and impacts.

  • Develop an ESG Roadmap that outlines your ESG strategy and drives collaborative action that maximizes positive impacts and minimizes negative impacts. 

  • Learn how to identify the specific tools and frameworks (e.g. SASB, GRI, ISO, CCAB, TCFD, SDGs, B Corp, sector-specific standards, etc.) that will be most useful to your core business


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