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Measure your environmental, social and governance scores and set goals to improve future performance scores.

Does you organisation’s corporate social responsibility look good on paper, but when it comes to discussing and implementing high-impact goals, the ambition leaves a lot to be desired.

Boards123 works with boards who want to encourage drive, action and energy amongst their board members. Passive board members are a drain on the organization and also on their ability to achieve ESG goals and create impact.

Boards need to be challenging themselves to develop strategic goals that provide benefits beyond the business.

Board members should be the primary motivators, the key voices that ensure a purpose-driven strategy exists and is rolled-out across the business. But how do boards measure their ESG performance in a fast and efficient way?

This is where Boards123 can help, with the easy-to-use ESG assessment, boards can measure performance and one key pillar or all four pillars.

  • ESG stands for Environmental, social and governance performance
  • ESG scores matter at a global and local level
  • ESG targets drive purpose into your organisation
  • ESGs - Getting Started
E = Environment
S = Social
G = Governance
Sustainable (definition) is “Able to be maintained at a certain rate or level.”
Sustainable Development (definition): “Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
At the heart of sustainable goals, must be a target or objective that ‘does good’.
Illustration of two people sat at desk What does “good” look like?
Each goal has a series of targets and objectives underneath them.
The 17 SDGs were set up in 2015 by the United Nations.
The 17 SDG’s are intended to be achieved by the year 2030.
An organisation can make a difference to one goal or many goals.
There are also 4 pillars: