Achieving real value from sustainable initiatives
For businesses, there is great value to be achieved through sustainability initiatives. Treedom’s Anna Weston reveals how to ensure yours hits the mark
Successful sustainability initiatives have a multitude of advantages for businesses, but identifying and implementing them is no easy feat. Put simply, sustainability initiatives done the right way should create meaningful and lasting impact both inside and outside an organisation, and should be communicated in a way that reflects that organisation’s progress faithfully.
If achieved properly, this progress can resonate throughout the business’s entire audience. Whether that is by adding to the employee value proposition, by retaining and rewarding staff in a better way, or by making the company a more attractive prospect to investors, the real value of sustainable initiatives can be hugely maximised with the right communications.
So where to begin? All organisations should start this process by considering its people’s priorities. Failure to deliver projects that don’t resonate within the company might mean the programme will fall at its first hurdle, so identifying initiatives that match up with employee sentiment is crucial.To access please sign in.