Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability Management Consultancy

Engagement and Sustainability Strategy

Whether you are complying with legislation or want to be certified, we will ensure all requirements from your different stakeholders are embedded into the strategy and roll out plan.

We will keep you informed on what you need to do and, more importantly, how to do it. We know that maintaining standards and norms can be very time-consuming. Our integrated approach ensures the requirements from all standards are embedded within the same strategy.

a)       Stakeholder Engagement:

Stakeholder engagement is important to any organization. When trying to understand the world around you and those that impact your business or vice versa, it can be useful to draw a stakeholder map to visualize the relationship between them both.

By strengthening community connections, one is able to build long-term positive relationships with key stakeholders through engagement with potential customers, donors, opinion leaders and employees.

b)      Sustainability Materiality Analysis:

Materiality analysis is an approach to identifying critical economic, environmental and social issues, which may either reflect a significant impact on the company’s business performance or substantively influence the assessments and decisions of its stakeholders.

c)     Benchmarking and Analysis:

Benchmarking is a way of discovering what is the best performance being achieved – whether in a particular company, by a competitor or by an entirely different industry. This information can then be used to identify gaps in an organization’s processes in order to achieve a competitive advantage.

d)     Sustainability Value Chain Integrations:

An organization’s supply chain connects inputs to outputs, outlining the process of producing and delivering consumer goods. Focusing on the supply chain is one aspect of achieving business sustainability as it covers a range of areas for improvement. This could include identifying the source of raw materials or surveying the conditions of workers involved in every process.

e)      Sustainability Policies and Compliance Standards:

A set of policies are principles, rules, and guidelines formulated or adopted by an organization to reach its long-term goals and typically published in a booklet or other form that is widely accessible. They serve within organizations to set the rules and intentions for the coming years.