The sgENGAGE Podcast: Fixing the S in ESG: CSR Book Club Review

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 229: Fixing the S in ESG: CSR Book Club Review

By on Apr 7, 2022

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Rachel Hutchisson is joined by Chris Jarvis, executive director of Realized Worth, to kick off our CSR Book Club Series with an article from Stanford Social Innovation Review called “Fixing the S in ESG.” Listen to learn more about quantifying social impact and what the future of S looks like.

 

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Adapting to changes in world beliefs
  • What does S want to be?
  • Redefining what S means to include room for interpretation
  • Increased accountability puts words into actions
  • How consumers change their behavior according to company values

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Resources:

Chris Jarvis

Rachel Hutchisson

Article: “Fixing the S in ESG”

Blackbaud Corporate Social Responsibility

Greater Washington Urban League Equity in Black and White Summit

 

Quotes:

“I think S should call us to move past the signaling to meaningful change that leads the next generation better.”

“You have to engage the people on the ground, the people in the community you’re trying to serve.”

“Between E, S, and G, S is the way to involve employees at any level, anywhere, anytime.”

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Comments (1)

  • JoAnn Strommen says:

    Saddened that there is a need for corporate involvement to meet social needs. Personally involved for years and was raised on the importance of this as an individual. Perhaps corporations will be able to accomplish more and find appropriate ways to measure.

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