Integrated Management and Reporting: The Next Step in Corporate Commitment
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 24, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The CEOs of BlackRock and State Street are requesting that companies disclose long-term strategies and demanding board oversight for environmental, social and governance topics (ESG). Some corporate professionals see this as a burden, while others turn these market developments into strategic advantage.
Join a half-day workshop on the morning of Oct.10 at MGM National Harbor, led by BrownFlynn, to explore the changing landscape for corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioners. The session is being held in conjunction with COMMIT!Forum, Oct. 11-12, the annual conference presented by the Corporate Responsibility Association and CR Magazine.
“We’re delighted to welcome BrownFlynn to COMMIT!Forum to provide context and share best practices around the communication of sustainability plans to long-term investors,” said CR Magazine Publisher Dave Armon. “Come early for the workshop and stay for COMMIT!Forum, where our theme is Brands Taking Stands.”
The workshop, “Integrated Management and Reporting: The Next Step in Corporate Commitment” will explore what’s driving the move to integrated thinking and ultimately, integrated reporting, the benefits of integrated management, and how long-term ESG factors typically make their way into conversations about corporate strategy, risk management, investor relations, and ultimately, integrated reporting.
Attendees will learn about tools both for assessing a company’s maturity and for initiating new and highly valuable conversations both internally and externally. BrownFlynn will provide real-world examples and facilitate exercises to help corporate practitioners to understand why and how to engage and communicate with the growing demands of long-term stakeholders.
Registration for the workshop, which is exclusively for corporate professionals, and COMMIT!Forum is available at www.commitforum.com
COMMIT!Forum (http://www.commitforum.com) is an annual gathering of corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioners with emphasis on networking, case studies, new research and compelling presentations from companies committed to making progress against an ambitious ESG agenda. The event is produced by the Corporate Responsibility Association and CR Magazine.
Founded in January 1996, BrownFlynn is a leading corporate sustainability and governance consulting firm. The firm advises Fortune 500 and privately held companies to drive value creation by focusing on and managing their greatest sustainability impacts, setting their direction, engaging stakeholders, and communicating their stories internally and externally. BrownFlynn is the first U.S.-certified training partner of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the only U.S. consulting partner for EcoVadis, a leader in sustainability supply chain assessments. The firm shares its expertise through speaking engagements, whitepapers, webinars, collaborative partnerships, and regular columns in leading publications. To learn more, visit www.brownflynn.com
CONTACT: Dave Armon of the Corporate Responsibility Board, +1.802.444.0177 or email@example.com