- January 16, 2020
- Posted by: ThistlePraxis Consulting
- Category: Articles, Insights
The role of business is changing. It is now widely accepted that organisations have to do more than make a profit. Environmental and social governance practices are becoming mainstreamed mainly by the big corporations in Nigeria but there remains an ambiguity in implementation and measurement.
As an organisation, we have over the years trained and managed sustainable initiatives for our clients in different sectors. However, we realise that it is time to not just “talk the talk” but also “walk the walk”.
Being a strategy and advisory firm that offers advisory and project management services to organisations that are sustainability-centric, it is vital for us to encourage the culture of disclosure and transparency, and move towards building a sustainable business which engages responsibly in all our areas of operation. Reporting gives ThistlePraxis Consulting, as a rapidly growing organisation, the scope to understand the implications of our impact and what it means for our clients and stakeholders.
This maiden Sustainability Report, therefore, delves into material social, environmental and economic issues that affect us as an active advisory business. It explores areas from organisational culture and employee empowerment to promoting clients’ impact on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our work and our service innovation.
To read the report, comment and download, please click here.