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Engaging the board and executive management tools

Use these tools alongside the Essential Guide to Engaging the Board and Executive Management.

The guidance and the tools have been created to help you understand the current landscape and how you can support sustainable decision making, leveraging your finance or accounting role.

BOARD CHARACTERISTICS REVIEW TOOL

To review the characteristics of the board and understand how these influence the board’s ability to provide steer and make decisions on sustainability.

BOARD ENGAGEMENT TOOL

To identify ways to engage the board outside of the regular board meetings that will help board members make informed decisions and establish accountability.

‘WHAT DOES AN ENGAGED BOARD LOOK LIKE?’

Survey to help you assess how engaged your board is currently and what finance can do to build an engaged board.

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Essential Guide to Engaging the Board and Executive Management

The guide illustrates how finance teams can use regular board activities to demonstrate that sustainability is a key driver of value. It includes practical guidance through a three-step framework and case studies to show successful implementation.

ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO MANAGEMENT INFORMATION

A guide for finance professionals to develop and integrate social and environmental risk and opportunities into core management information processes.

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Stay up to date with all the latest news at A4S. Our Monthly Newsletter includes the latest guides, reports, stories and thought pieces from finance leaders from across the globe.

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