CSR / Sustainability Reporting: A Marathon Not A Sprint! - Upcoming #3BLchat
For Your Diaries:
19th February 2014 at 1 – 2pm EST / 6 – 7pm GMT
Henk Campher, SVP Business & Social Purpose, Managing Director Sustainability at Edelman (@AngryAfrican)
Guy Morgan, Director, Advisory Services at BSR (@gnmorgan77)
David Connor, VP Media Engagement at @3BL Media
The next #3BLchat will explore how to improve engagement and communication of non-financial reports.
Before heading into the Twitter chat we need to have a shared understanding of the current state of play, especially in the midst of such a dynamic period of non-financial reporting evolution. We would recommend taking a quick look at Corporate Register’s insightful CR Perspectives 2013 for a great snapshot of where this agenda is today.
3BL Media aim to facilitate core questions and answers with the invited guests, but strongly recommend that you, and your networks prepare and engage with your own expert questions, resources and responses to provide an essential 60 minutes worth of deep knowledge sharing experience.
Types of areas we will be covering:
- What's in a name? - There are countless variations of title alone.
- How to get your Report to stand out in an increasingly crowded space?
- Annual reporting versus consistent engagement – It’s a marathon not a sprint!
- Examples of innovation in reporting communications
- Does the materiality debate help or hinder trust?
- Which communication channels work best for each stakeholder group
To register your interest please send this tweet:
Don’t miss the next #3BLchat – CSR / Sustainability Reporting: A Marathon Not A Sprint, 19 Feb, 1pm EST via @3BLMedia
If you have any specific questions you think need to be answered send them via Direct Message to @3BLMedia, don’t forget the #3BLchat hashtag, and we’ll do our best to get you your answer!
The Twitter Chat will start promptly at 1pm EST, but feel free to tune in 30 minutes earlier if you can for a range of tips and advice on how to get the most from the event.
We will also be providing a Storify version, and a follow up blog with all the resources shared by the audience as soon as we can after the event just in case you can’t make it on the night.
More on our guests:
Henk Campher has more than 15 years global experience in corporate responsibility and sustainability - and is one of the thought leaders practicing CSR and sustainability at the edge of its evolution. He joined Edelman as Vice President, CSR & Sustainability focusing on developing meaningful corporate responsibility strategies and aligning it with communications that actually make a difference. What he really does is drive CSR and sustainability to a new level by mixing his edgy thinking with practical application.
Henk is proudly South African and has worked with all major industries and with some of the leading multinational companies on a global level – including Starbucks, Tiffany's, Nestle, Reebok, Timberland, Unilever, Anglo American, Shell, Pfizer, Chevron, Levi's, PepsiCo and Microsoft.
Henk is @AngryAfrican on Twitter
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Guy leads client engagements with companies from the manufacturing and luxury sectors, and runs BSR’s global sustainability reporting service offering, helping companies understand expectations for increased disclosure on sustainability issues. He has traveled extensively across the Middle East to consult with companies on sustainability strategy and reporting. In 2010 he was the lead author of a report on sustainable investment trends in the Middle East and North Africa region. He also co-managed BSR's Migration Linkages work, helping to safeguard the rights of international labor migrants employed in global supply chains.
Prior to joining BSR, Guy worked as a senior consultant at AccountAbility, a think tank and consultancy. Guy also spent four years as a research manager at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, working on corporate governance and operating models for sustainability. He speaks English and French.
Guy is @gnmorgan77 on Twitter
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