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The Global Reporting Initiative is the world's most widely used framework for sustainability reporting. Our GRI-certified trainers will help you gain a better understanding of the GRI framework in a uniquely North American context.
Sustainability reporting has become an integral component of stakeholder communications, and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is the world’s most widely used framework. Understanding the GRI’s guidelines allows you to create a communications framework in accordance with international standards that will support the effective communication of your sustainability efforts. Participants of this GRI-certified course on sustainability reporting will gain an understanding of the GRI framework in a uniquely North American context.
LEAD Canada is the first and most experienced GRI-certified training provider in North America and Sustainalytics is the foremost expert in analyzing corporate sustainability reporting and performance. Sustainalytics also provides private GRI training courses, contact us for more information.
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April 27-28, 2015
October 20-21, 2015
November 17-18, 2015
November 4-5, 2015
Sustainalytics is grateful to EY for its support in hosting the GRI-certified training program in Canada.
Why sign-up for the GRI training course:
After this course, your demonstrable knowledge will include:
Who should attend?
Past participants include:
Air Canada, Clorox, Desjardins, General Motors, Gildan, Hydro One Networks Inc., IAMGOLD, ICF, Investissement Québec, Ontario Realty Corp., Pan American Silver, Research In Motion Limited (RIM), Stantec, Vale Inco.
Kathryn Morrison | Manager, Advisory Services
Kathryn joined Sustainalytics in 2009. Her primary responsibility is to manage projects for corporate and investor clients. Her areas of expertise include sustainability benchmarking, sustainability reporting, materiality analysis, the design and facilitation of stakeholder engagement, and corporate engagement on behalf of investors. In addition, Kathryn is the primary trainer for the Global Reporting Initiative-certified training course on sustainability reporting delivered to professionals across Canada. See full bio.
Marion Oliver | Associate Analyst, Advisory Services
In her role on the advisory services team, Marion has worked with investor, corporate, and non-profit clients since 2010, helping them better understand and manage financial and reputational risks. She has worked closely with global companies in the IT, retail, energy, and transportation sectors carrying out detailed materiality assessments and benchmarking sustainability performance against industry peers and internationally recognized norms. Marion also manages Sustainalytics’ relationships with NGO and non-profit clients to determine reputational risks related to corporate partnerships. In addition, Marion is a trainer for the Global Reporting Initiative-certified training course. See full bio.
Contact Marion with any questions regarding our training sessions.
Simon MacMahon | Global Director, Advisory Services
As global director of Sustainalytics’ advisory services team, Simon provides strategic direction, coordination and expertise in the delivery of Sustainalytics’ products and services. He is responsible for client servicing, consulting, a number of product areas, managing the Sustainalytics Advisory Services team globally and is a member of Sustainalytics’ executive team. In his role, Simon provides counsel to senior executives and investment professionals on developing and implementing responsible investment strategies. See full bio.