Managing Social Risk in your business:Why it matters in a post-covid world
Type: Information and Policy
Date: Thursday, 30 September 2021
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Available To: Members and Non Members
Member Price: FREE
Non-Member Price: FREE
***Please note - this is a rescheduled event from the 19 July***
As the country recovers from the pandemic, an emphasis is being placed by policy and businesses alike on ‘good growth’. Customers in both the public and private sector are increasingly looking to do business with organisations that can demonstrate positive wider impacts of their activity on both environmental and social agendas, as well as showing they are doing all they can do minimise negative impacts. More and more businesses are now engaging with this as a tool to both enhance competitiveness and support efficiencies, as well as being driven by a desire to do ‘the right thing’.
This interactive session, delivered by RSM and Resilient World Solutions will challenge attendees to consider what this means for their business. Through the lens of the Environmental Social Governance (ESG) agenda, the discussion will cover:
- Environmental challenges
- Environmental considerations
- The Societal challenge
- Societal considerations
- Governance challenge
- Governance consideration
- Why it matters - linked to resilience of the company
- Risk assessment management
- Prioritising activity
- Tools to assist
Attendees will be invited to ask questions of the lead presenters, Matthew Humphrey, Head of Enterprise Risk Management Advisory Services, RSM and Paul Callum, Director at RWS & Associate Consultant at RSM and share their own experiences with one another on what this looks like for their business.
How to Book
This session will be delivered via MS Teams. Please reserve your place below and put the date in your diary, details to join the session will follow prior to the event.
If you have any queries on this please contact the Policy Team here
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