A crucial aspect of the ESG journey involves establishing your organisation’s priorities. This process entails evaluating your organisation’s current position and maturity in the realm of sustainability and ESG. Additionally, it involves assessing the positions of key stakeholder groups, such as customers, suppliers, regulators and employees, and assessing the progress of industry peers toward their stated ESG goals. 


RSM’s ESG maturity assessment employs four key areas to evaluate an organisation’s progress toward achieving its ESG objectives: 


Awareness – The organisation has identified its priorities and understands how it compares to industry peers in terms of ESG matters. 

Defining and Reporting – The organisation has clearly defined ESG values and maintains a transparent approach to upholding and reporting these values. 

Managing – ESG is integrated into the organisation’s business processes to the extent that the culture is evolving directly due to its ESG strategy.

Maturity – ESG is fully embedded into every aspect of the business. ESG considerations play a pivotal role in shaping and supporting business decisions, with ESG becoming more of a shared value among the workforce rather than just a strategy.


RSM’s ESG maturity assessment offers several benefits: 


Assessment of Your ESG Journey – Evaluate your progress in terms of strategy, articulated objectives, and reporting measures.

Tracking Achievements – Monitor accomplishments and outcomes across environmental, social, and governance elements, identifying areas for improvement.

Stakeholder Perception - Understand what matters to your stakeholders and how they perceive your ESG activities and programmes. 

Demonstrate Commitment – Showcase your commitment to corporate responsibility and continuous improvement in the domain of ESG.

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