Harness winds of change at ESG workshop

PETALING JAYA: The winds of change are blowing and the world is waking up to the need for sustainable practices and responsible leadership.

The upcoming ESG (environmental, social and governance) workshop promises to bring together leaders across Malaysia to drive positive change.

Titled “Sustainable Strategies for Executive Leaders”, the event is scheduled for June 19 and 20 at The Westin Kuala Lumpur.

It promises to equip executive leaders with the knowledge and tools needed to elevate their business operations and drive meaningful change.

The workshop will be facilitated by Herk Consulting founder and principal consultant Herk Ng, who brings over a decade of senior management experience and expertise in leadership, management development and environmental and social sustainability.

Tailored for corporate leaders and business owners such as CEOs, CFOs, COOs and MDs from public-listed, multinational companies and SMEs, this two-day workshop will help you:

> Understand key sustainability issues, ESG principles and trends impacting global and local businesses;

> Leverage ESG for growth by seamlessly integrating sustainability into core strategies; and

> Champion ESG initiatives, moving beyond compliance to foster culture change and innovation.

The workshop is organised by Star Media Group in partnership with Asia Sustainability Impact Consortium.

Priced at RM3,300 per person (HRD Corp claimable), it is limited to 80 participants and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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