webinar 16 Feb, 10:00 am, UTC Upcoming

Putting people first: Psychological health and the rise of the 'S' in ESG

In this 30-minute webinar, we'll be looking at why the social component of ESG seems to be posing such challenges for organisations and how it links to psychological health. We'll consider the business case for developing an effective strategy, the foundational role that psychological skills play in tackling the 'S', and some of the ways organisations can start to make real, tangible progress.

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As we get stuck into 2022, organisations are under increasing pressure to demonstrate their commitments to environment, social and governance (ESG) issues. This pressure is now coming from all sides – from employees and consumers, as well as regulators and investors – and the Covid-19 pandemic has only made it greater.

Although progress is undoubtedly being made, one aspect seems to be lagging behind: the social side. In many ways this is understandable – it's big, encompassing many different areas, and lots of organisations simply don't know where to start. It can also be difficult to measure, and in turn incentivise. However, it is possible. We can measure it and we can tackle it – and leaders that succeed will unlock huge potential, not only for their people, but for their whole organisation.

In this 30-minute webinar, Dr Brian Marien, Dr Sinéad Devine-French and Will Marien from Positive Group will be looking at why the social component of ESG seems to be posing such challenges for organisations, and how it links to psychological health. They'll discuss the business case for developing an effective strategy, the foundational role that psychological skills play in tackling the 'S', and some of the ways organisations can start to make real, tangible progress.

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