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Watch the Replay: Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism – Part 2

As a follow-up to the initial Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism virtual event in June, Diligent hosted an event on October 7 on taking action on ESG and how companies can adopt new market-led metrics. Several CEOs and leaders behind the World Economic Forum’s new ESG metrics discussed the steps organizations of all sizes and industries can take to truly operationalize ESG. On this panel:

  • Brian Moynihan, Chairman & CEO, Bank of America
  • Klaus Schwab, Founder & Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum
  • Carmine Di Sibio, Global Chairman & CEO, EY
  • Betsy Atkins, Board Member, Wynn Resorts, SL Green Realty, Volvo Cars
  • Brian Stafford, President & CEO, Diligent Corporation


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Resources for Boards

Stakeholder Capitalism: Translating Corporate Purpose into Board Practice

From Diligent Institute
This report explores how corporate directors are thinking about “corporate social purpose” and stakeholder capitalism.

Toward Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation

From World Economic Forum
This report proposes a common, core set of ESG metrics and recommended disclosures that companies could use to align their mainstream reporting.

What Boards Need to Know about ESG

From EY
In this webinar replay, panelists discuss acceleration in ESG investing, ESG disclosures and communication and the board’s evolving role in ESG.

ESG History & Status

From Betsy Atkins
Veteran board member Betsy Atkins provides a comprehensive look at why ESG continues to climb up the board agenda.

Stakeholders Take Center Stage: Director Views on Priorities and Society

From Diligent Institute
The Diligent Institute partnered with the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University on a global survey to better understand how board are balancing shareholder and stakeholder needs.

The Modern Dilemma: Balancing Short- and Long-Term Business Pressures

From World Economic Forum
This white paper outlines the insights gained from the World Economic Forum’s discussions with corporate leaders on how they balance short- and long-term business challenges. It investigates questions of investor relations, governance and strategy.

Embracing the New Age of Materiality: Harnessing the Pace of Change in ESG

From World Economic Forum
Identifying issues that are not financially material today but could become so tomorrow is a capability that investors increasingly cannot do without. This World Economic Forum paper provides a framework for investors on the signals to look for to better identify dynamic ESG issues.

Winds of Change: Environment Sustainability Governance Rises to the Board Level

From Diligent Institute
With high-impact weather event on the rise, natural resource scarcity increasing, and other looming impacts of climate change, directors are facing intense pressure from stakeholders to get more involved in environmental sustainability governance. To better understand the way boards are tackling these questions and what conclusions they are reaching, Diligent Institute developed this report on the governance of environmental sustainability issues.

Driving ESG Practices Across Global Organizations

From The Corporate Director Podcast
There are no clear rules and regulations around ESG – no single definition that everyone is supposed to be following. Coca-Cola European Partners is among the organizations that are pioneering best practices in this area. General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Clare Wardle talks about the metrics-based approach that the board and management teams have used to drive success.

Understanding ESG Expectations During the COVID-19 Crisis

From Inside America’s Boardrooms
In this episode, Paul Washington highlights what boards should be focused on with respect to sustainability issues and investor communication. Will ESG be paused or accelerated amid COVID-19?