See three ways ESG Objectives are being addressed

If you’re like me, seeing someone else succeed helps me accomplish my goals. This is useful in mundane parts of life, like seeing a co-worker eating a salad. It’s also useful in broader practices, like your organization’s sustainability goals.

I’ve collected three examples of how groups are taking action on environmental, social, and governance goals. We’ll look at one example for each category.

Three factors needed to improve your customer’s experience

Developing trust with your customer and knowing they are enjoying their experience is key, whether you founded your organization on purpose or you’re just now integrating your purpose. Make sure you’ve got these three concepts covered and improve customer loyalty.

Expectation versus Reality: Metrics and Nestle’s Reports

Being a purpose-led or sustainable business requires reporting on metrics. With Nestle buying B-Corps and connecting the company with improved corporate social responsibility, I’d been curious to learn if this was transforming their company. I looked and discovered reports. Lots of reports. I recently took time to review them. Read on to see what lessons I discovered through evaluating Nestle’s assurance reports.

Do insurance companies care about corporate social responsibility?

Prompted by a fellow-copywriter, I look at the insurance industry to see if they have an interest in corporate social responsibility. Do insurance companies want to be responsible environmentally, socially, and in their corporate governance? And can this help the smaller agents?

Improve your business’s sustainability through smarter printing

Sustainable printing meant using recycled paper and soy-based inks, twenty-plus years ago. But sustainable printing means much more now. For those of us who love printing, we’ve been glad to see more efficient tech, fewer chemicals, and increased awareness in our industry.

But for everyone else, we understand you just want your job printed. Capitalize on the benefits of printed communication while still focusing on sustainability.

The richest people are changing…

Did you notice that list of richest people are changing? It used to be pretty repetitive. But several years ago, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett decided to change the way they managed their money, along with over 180 other people. This 4-minute read shares a few ways this group is changing and how this may matter to you.

Company revisionism might be effective

People and corporations can get stuck in a rut. These aren’t always bad habits – sometimes they are good and done with important goals in mind.

But sometimes things need to change. Whether it’s my own decisions or the decisions of a large corporation, information about the topic should be evaluated. Even if it’s changing a well-ingrained practice. Perhaps a new perspective will come out of the questions. Perhaps not, but now it’s not just a habit that may have been based on old info.

It’s a decision.