Companies that are not sustainable will soon be driven out of the market by their competitors who are becoming sustainable. And as the world faces momentous challenges, there is an accelerating urgency to create sustainable solutions. Every company, large and small, has the potential to make a significant contribution towards economic, social and environmental progress.
Moreover, businesses have the power to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, and realizing the Goals will in turn also improve the ecosystem for doing business. Trillions of dollars in public and private funds are to be redirected towards the SDGs, creating huge opportunities for responsible companies to deliver solutions. Engaging and innovating today means a stronger continuity for resilient business and industry in the future.
And most importantly, becoming a sustainable business gives you a competitive advantage.
The first step of transitioning into a sustainable business is to learn about SDGs. We conduct on-site and online training workshops to help you master the SDGs. Once your team is equipped with SDGs knowledge, we can work together to start the next steps.
Prioritize, set targets, measure, and communicate your impact.
We facilitate SDGs Sprint to enable you to align your business strategy with SDGs. We help your team to conduct materiality assessment for your company covering the following areas:
This online course is designed to help you master the SDGs, Sustainability Principles, Impact Leadership, and ESG. It equips you with the tools to help you align your business strategy with sustainability principles and integrate SDGs in your business operations.
The course is structured as follow:
Module 1: What is Sustainability and What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Module 2: Why SDGs matter for business
Module 3: Why sustainability is good for business
Module 4: What role businesses play in supporting the SDGs
Module 5: How to use SDG Action Manager Online Impact Assessment Tool
Module 6: How to map value chain to identify impact areas
Module 7: How to use materiality assessments to inform and direct company strategy
Module 8: How to communicate sustainability strategies and goals to internal and external stakeholders
Module 9: How businesses can work with non-profit actors, companies, government, and universities to create systematic change in sustainability
Module 10: How to do business with U.N: A business opportunity of USD 15 Billion annually.
Module 11: Social Finance / Impact Investing
Module 12: ESG Fundamentals