NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING AND LONG TERM VALUE CREATION
ISOS is now offering a practical training on how your organization can take the first steps toward developing an integrated report. Integrated reporting can help organizations in the following ways:
- Improve the quality of information available to providers of financial capital
- Promote a more cohesive and efficient approach to corporate reporting.
- Enhance accountability and stewardship by demonstrating the links between managing financial, manufactured, intellectual, human, social and natural capital
- Support integrated thinking, decision making and actions that focus on creating value for your organisation (short, medium and long-term)
The objectives of the Integrated Reporting training are:
- Presenting the business case & value of integrated reporting
- Identifying the main elements of the Framework
- Recognizing what activities would need to be undertaken during the integrated reporting process
- Evaluating the effectiveness of an integrated report
Value Chain mapping and materiality identification– best practices and essential steps for capitals identification and ESG impacts.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
The integrated reporting <IR> workshop is for managers at a mid or senior level who want to move beyond appreciating the business case for an integrated report to maximising competitive advantage through implementing an integrated reporting process. It will also be of value to sustainability and integrated reporting practitioners, and users of sustainability and integrated reports, including investors, government, regulators and NGOs..
This interactive workshop is taught by working climate reporting professionals with in-depth knowledge of the Integrated Reporting Framework and decades of experience in ESG reporting across a variety of sectors.
Attend this world-class training without leaving your desk. You will receive live, personal feedback from instructors and peers. A blend of instruction, individual and group exercises, and real-world examples keeps the course engaging and lively.
Reading through the International Integrated Reporting Framework document is highly encouraged.
Online: 3 sessions, 2.5 hours each
Take-home assignment: 0.5 hours
|Week 1, Tuesday / 10:00-12:30 PST
|Week 2, Tuesday / 10:00-12:30 PST
|Week 3, Tuesday / 10:00-12:30 PST
As this is to be considered a primer for the formal training currently under development at the IIRC, participants will receive a certificate of course completion issued by the ISOS Group and will be prepared to advance learning when future trainings are introduced to the market.