While many organizations promote and publicize their ESG (Environmental, Social, & Governance) efforts, still there exist significant gaps between concepts and execution. This is especially true for the Social and Governance dimensions.
Environmental initiatives are generally maturing. However, the Social aspect is receiving preliminary, and sometimes misguided, attention, and the Governance aspect is often no more than a few paragraphs in the annual report. Why is this so, and how can performance be improved?
For Episode # 52 of my podcast, The World Class Leaders Show, I was honored to host Miriam González Durántez. Miriam is an international trade lawyer who currently leads the trade and EU regulation practice of US law firm, Cohen & Gresser, and is a founding partner of Altius. Her extensive legal experience includes advising clients on intricate EU regulatory, compliance, and trade matters, and Miriam serves on several influential boards and advisory committees.
Miriam is the Founder and Chair of Inspiring Girls International, a global charity dedicated to raising the aspirations of young girls around the world by connecting schoolgirls and women role models. The campaign operates in nearly 30 countries across the globe and has led the highly praised global campaign #ThisLittleGirlIsMe.
By listening to this podcast episode, you will hear:
- Perspectives on each dimension of Environmental, Social & Governance initiatives
- Aspects and requirements for monetization of ESG efforts
- Five key factors for making a global impact.
If you’d like to know more about Miriam and her work, you can find her on her website, https://miriamgonzalezdurantez.com/about
on Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/miriamgonzalezdurantez/,
or on LinkedIn, linkedin.com/in/miriamgonzalezdurantez.
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I would also very much appreciate hearing from you about your thoughts on this episode, or suggestions for future topics for this podcast.
Read the article related to this podcast: https://www.andreapetrone.com/how-to-monetize-the-social-element-of-esg-article/