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1st class GRI Standards Sustainability Reporting 

Responsible Sustainability reporting implemented through a structured, methodical approach (identify-measure-manage-change) is of paramount importance for good communication. It provides a solid foundation for companies to succeed in the long-term by building and maintaining favourable reputations and relationships with key stakeholders for business success.
Your responsibly prepared GRI Sustainability report becomes a valuable source of information and a reference for your company to demonstrate that it is already taking action through a methodical and structured approach – and that it does not leave anything to chance. 

Communication in the digital age

Good communication is evermore important in the digital age we live in. Information is instantly and freely accessible throughout the globe and this applies to companies, too: people are able to instantly access information about your company’s policies, the impact of its activity, its reputation, with or without your consent. Whether you are aware of it or not, conversations could be taking place about your company and people take action and make choices based on what information they have available.

 

 

a) Can your company instantly demonstrate by pointing to actions it is taking that it has already identified its most important impacts?

b) Can your company show what it is specifically doing to minimise its most important negative impacts and increase its positive impacts?

Being proactive is key

Responsible sustainability reporting acts like a radar for companies by enabling them to be proactive, foresee risks and take action before situations spiral out of control. The well-recognised GRI Standards for sustainability reporting are an important tool used globally to instil trust in people in our ever-connected world where there is increasing concern about climate change and the protection of our fragile environment.

 

Build trust with key stakeholders for business success

Equally important is that with the GRI Standards, your company gets to build trust and deal responsibly and conscientiously with its impacts on its key stakeholders (clients, suppliers, shareholders, local communities, NGOs or local government). By building trust your company creates loyalty and long-term commitment to its services and brands.


 

Learn how to prepare a 1st Class GRI Standards Sustainability Report

By preparing a 1st Class GRI Standards Sustainability report you demonstrate that you do not leave anything to chance. You demonstrate to key stakeholders for business success (for example: investors, top-talent, clients, business partners, local community) that your have a plan of action. How will you benefit from the transition to the sustainable (green economy) and that you are better prepared than your competitors.


 

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Communicating with purpose

Communicating with purpose is the way forward and it needs to be based on the solid foundation of an all-round sustainability report, to avoid being accused of greenwashing, SDGs-washing or SDGs-cherry picking. The GRI Standards provide this foundation. They are the only complete set of sustainability standards, recommended by the UN Global Compact and used by 80% of the world's largest 250 companies.

 

 

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