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  One hour 1:1 coaching session

1st and 2nd September

9:00 AM TO 2:00 PM EST (USA)

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The ESG Reporting Masterclass is for professionals who lead or want to lead the sustainability reporting projects for their organization​. This Masterclass is a highly interactive session; including best practices, group work, and assessments.

Topics Covered

  • The current state of ESG disclosures and where it is likely to go next.

  • Key differences between four Frameworks (TCFD, SASB, IIRC, and GRI).

  • GRI and SASB complementarity – A Practical Guide to Sustainability Reporting: Using GRI and SASB Standards.

  • SASB Standards – Identifying the use of Standard, Omissions, Reporting Boundaries, Reporting format, and Assurance.

  • TCFD Recommendations –

    • Structure of TCFD Recommendations

    • Four Core Elements

    • Recommended Disclosures under each of the 4 core elements

    • Practical examples of TCFD Recommendations used by organizations

  • Ratings & Rankings: S&P DJSI, Sustainalytics, MSCI, Bloomberg.

  • Sustainability Reporting Process.

  • Case studies and best practices.

  • Group Activities.

  • Quiz Games


Delivered via: Zoom 

Duration: 10 Hours (2 half days) 


Nancy Mancilla CEO ISOS, USA,  Technical Committee Member Earth Academy​

Eric Israel, ESG Consultant ISOS Group

Tim Mohin CSO & EVP, Persefoni, Advisory Member Earth Academy

What Students have to say

"Wow! An incredible interactive ESG session with professionals from differing sectors and regions. Loved It."

"Additional Kahoot and break out sessions really add value"

"It was an amazing experience!  Top-notch, just like the practitioner classes"

"Outstanding offering!" 

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Strategy Design MASTERCLASS


How to develop organisations with a sense of purpose, that can create value for shareholders and a plurality of stakeholders, is a key challenge in today’s agendas of global executives. Companies that can do so, can develop a competitive advantage in industry and make sustainability profitable.


This calls for new managerial approaches aimed at integrating corporate sustainability into business strategy. Key in this journey is the shift from approaches based on traditional corporate social responsibility, to strategic approaches focused on managing risks and exploring business opportunities associated to sustainability. 


The CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY DESIGN Masterclass is for corporate leaders who are dealing with these challenges and are called to design and review corporate sustainability strategies.

Topics Covered:

  • How modern corporate sustainability differs from traditional CSR and ethics

  • Defining a business case the Board and CFO will like

  • The profile of sustainability leaders in industry

  • A practical guide to corporate sustainability strategy design/review

  • Case studies from research and practice

  • Group activities



Certificate of completion

Credly Badge

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Once you complete the course, additional reading material and the presentation will be sent to you.


Professor Paolo Taticchi, OMRI

Professor (Education) in Strategy and Sustainability & Deputy Director (MBA and Global Engagement) at UCL School of Management.

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Nancy Mancilla


Technical Committee Member

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Stefaan van Hooydonk

Dean of Earth Academy

Tuesday, June 15th, 9 AM -10:30 AM EST (USA)





Eric Israel,

ESG Consultant ISOS Group

The session will cover primary issues of identifying stakeholders and material topics in the preparation process of a corporate sustainability report. Additionally, there will be a discussion of balancing qualitative and quantitative information in a report, as well as examples of actual reports to exemplify the items discussed.

In this session we will cover:

  1. How to identify key stakeholders and engage with them?

  2. How to define the material topics for the report?

  3. How to handle the qualitative vs the quantitative information and what is the right format for each?

  4. How to balance the quantitative and qualitative information in a sustainability report?

  5. Examples of some effective formats used by companies for quantitative and qualitative sustainability information.

You will get a certificate of attendance