Being Bold and Intentional: Best Practices in Sustainability Reporting

The Conference Board of Canada, December 10, 2019
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For eight years, The Works’ team of analysts, designers and digital strategists have researched the latest global trends and best practices in sustainability reporting, as an important tool to encourage companies to think more innovatively and intentionally about how they wish to reach key audiences ranging from analysts and investors to employees and customers. The differences in how these groups want to be engaged could not be more different, but the tools that are available - e.g., from websites and social media, to data worksheets and topic-specific reporting - are being planned, delivered and measured for success.

Webinar Highlights

With a global, best in class sample and extensive focus on topics ranging from the Sustainable Development Goals and integrated reporting to supply chain and digital strategy, The Works has identified significant shifts in sustainability communications. The reporting landscape is always changing. We know that you don’t always have the time to stay on top of it – but we do. Learn some of our insights from or 2019 research and discuss what senior executives and practitioners need to know as they build their reporting programs for 2020.

About Wesley

Photo of Wesley GeeWesley Gee, Director of Sustainability, The Works Design Communications Ltd.

Combining academic expertise with extensive professional experience, Wesley leads The Works’ sustainability practice. He provides guidance in stakeholder engagement, materiality and performance measurement, as well as CSR/sustainability communications and reporting. Wesley contributed to the development of the GRI G4 guidelines and serves on sector working groups with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. He is a judge for CPA Canada’s Corporate Reporting Awards and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. He also lectures for the CSR certificate program at the University of Toronto and for the sustainability certificate program at Ryerson University.

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