Stakeholders are demanding more from business leaders in terms of sustainability. At Criticaleye’s recent CEO Retreat, Community Members told Marc Barber
how they are looking at the impact their organisation has from both an environmental and social perspective.
Featuring commentary from:
, CEO, Criticaleye: Organisations which have a strong sense of purpose, and that understand their customers, employees and other key stakeholders well, are the ones that have been most able to adapt and navigate uncertainty.
, Non-executive Chair, Babcock International & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: It's important that your business has a clear story, position and strategy on the most relevant aspects of ESG.
, Chair, Glas Cymru & Board Mentor, Criticaleye: There's still a whole set of disparate measures, targets and objectives that companies are being asked to contribute to. Choosing which ones we're going to adopt requires a level of consideration.
, Chief Operating Officer, Unilever: The strategic challenge in organisations is to change the conversation from the cost of sustainability to the value of sustainability.
, former SVP, Jacobs: The key thing about a sustainable organisation is sharing knowledge, not only with your customers, but in a way that also helps them with their own customers and supply chain.