How do you prioritize hundreds of different ESG practices in a way that makes the most sense for your organization? Ask your ESG stakeholders.
Defining an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy can be a complex exercise. But asking stakeholders what matters to them can help organizations manage that complexity and create a strategy that is responsive to stakeholder priorities and concerns and therefore helps drive business performance.
An ESG stakeholder or materiality assessment can bring clarity to both overall strategy and next steps. Plus, when done successfully, the added focus and improved outcomes can save time and money and add to enterprise value as organizations implement their ESG strategy.
As your organization defines its ESG strategy, here are a few things that can help make its ESG stakeholder assessment a success.