April 26, 2024

Training Industry Magazine ─ Michael Johnson, Chief Strategy Officer at Traliant, addresses the challenges organizations face in meeting new ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) requirements and employee expectations, and emphasizes the role of Learning and Development (L&D) leaders in driving compliance and cultural change.

“To address this, organizations should foster a culture of openness and communication, providing clear explanations of how ESG practices contribute to business results.”

─ Michael Johnson, Chief Strategy Officer at Traliant

Johnson’s insights underscore the vital importance of effective education strategies in overcoming resistance to sustainability initiatives and ensuring the success of ESG training programs within organizations. L&D leaders should prioritize three pivotal areas in sustainability training: product sustainability, supply chain management and stakeholder engagement.

By fostering a culture of openness and providing clear explanations of the benefits of ESG practices, L&D leaders can empower employees to actively contribute to the company’s sustainability goals.

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Mark Hudson