Join us on Tuesday, 5 July at the RSA in London for the first seminar in our Value Creation series, Unlocking the Value of Integrated Thinking.
As investors increasingly see a strong link between sustainability-related data and financial performance, executives are turning to Integrated Reporting (or Strategic Reporting, in the UK) as a way to help them communicate their value creation story. Research shows companies on the integrated thinking and reporting journey are already reaping the benefits of enhanced engagement with investors, and superior opportunity and risk management in their own organisations. Yet the challenge of embedding integrated decision-making for the long term remains. Corporate leaders are facing complex barriers to making this a way of working across the company, from aligning processes to breaking down silos.
In this half-day boardroom-style workshop, Fronesys will equip a limited group of participants with the mindset and tools to embed integrated thinking more deeply across your organisation. This is an opportunity for experienced practitioners from a diverse range of organizations to learn from each other and be inspired by best-practice insight into how leading companies have achieved this.
Our experts will work with you in this facilitated, interactive working session to:
• Share latest industry best practices that reflect the state of the art in applying integrated thinking
• Equip you with the tools to assess, frame and overcome typical implementation barriers
• Define your vision for integrated thinking once it is embedded across decision-making, strategy, execution and reporting
• Co-create your roadmap for building alignment with key stakeholders, identifying the priorities for change
Tailored to subject matter experts that are on the integrated thinking and reporting journey, you should attend if you represent functions including:
• CSR / ESG / Sustainability
• Corporate Affairs & Governance
• Corporate Communications
• Strategy Planning
The workshop begins at 2pm on 5 July and there is an attendance charge of £297.30 inc VAT.