ESG Reporting Metrics –
Rebalancing Corporate Purpose to EU Sustainable Goals 7 December 2022 - 9.30am - 12.45pm - Online
ESG metrics are the performance measures or indicators of an organisation’s performance on environmental (E), social (S), and governance (G) issues. They are similar to other organisational metrics in that they are used to assess an organisations operating performance and risk.
This online seminar looks at the credibility of corporate progress, understanding the value of ESG metrics, measuring sustainability performance, reviewing progress so far and future plans.
This seminar will be of interest to professionals working within both the public and private sector whose role is to lead sustainable change, implement environmental policy and influence a culture of climate action within their organisation. Attendees will benefit from insights from key industry leaders while having the opportunity to engage with peers nationwide in facilitated networking breakout sessions and short group activities.
ESG Reporting Metrics
Rebalancing Corporate Purpose to EU Sustainable Goals
Welcome Address PAI
Credibility of Corporate Progress – Creating Consistency and Comparability with Data Daragh O’Brien, Director, Castlebridge Associates
ESG Metrics – Going Beyond a Normal Compliance Initiative & Triple Bottom Line Reporting – Understanding the Value of ESG Metrics Nina Johansson,
Senior Business Development Manager
CIPFA (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, UK)
11.05 Coffee Break
ESG – Measurements that Matter; If you cannot measure it then you cannot improve it
Measuring Sustainability Performance: Understanding your GRI from your ISO & Quantifying Risk Karen O’ Regan
Accenture Ireland’s Managing Director
Focusing on Organisational growth, transformation, and Sustainability
Achieving Good Standards – Reviewing progress and future plans.
Updates from BITC on their Business Working Responsibly Mark Business within the Community Ireland (BITC)
Daragh O’Brien has almost seventeen years’ experience in Data Quality and Data Governance roles across a variety of industries. He spent a number of years in roles with operational responsibility for Single View of Customer strategy and regulatory governance in the telecommunications sector. He is a strong strategic thinker, with a focus on improving how people in organisations can use data and information more effectively to improve the bottom line, society, and personal satisfaction. Daragh has contributed to Irish Government policy development on data protection and data governance, and freedom of information. He is also a regular media commentator in Ireland and internationally on data management related issues. Daragh and his associates have helped PAI design our new Data Protection Certification course.
Nina Johansson, Sustainability Advisor
Nina has been with CIPFA since March 2020 and her background spans both the policy and the operational space. Before joining, she held roles in a number of certification bodies and consulting organisations operating in the sustainability space. She has extensive experience in the supply chain and procurement remit, having worked in the supply chain audit space and on consultancy projects with the aim of supporting companies in establishing a good sustainability baseline for their business. She is a trained BSCI and SA8000 auditor and previously spent seven years in her native Sweden as a local politician, serving on the environmental committee. In this position, she was part of the cross-party coalition group responsible for the strategic and long-term environmental work in the city of Malmö.
Managing Director, Accenture Ireland
“At Accenture Ireland, I work with CEOs and senior management within national and multinational organisations, on strategy, sustainability, digital transformation, growth, and innovation. It is my passion to help organisations find their true purpose, or North Star, in order to drive their business forward in a competitive and agile way. As a leader in Strategy, I am always looking towards the future to find innovative, values-based solutions that will help make a lasting change within the organisation and beyond”.