One of the best avenues for receiving substantive qualitative feedback on your sustainability report.
Want an industry peer to review your sustainability report and give you honest and to-the-point feedback that you won’t get from your readers, stakeholders or consultants? The GCNC’s most applauded program is back and we are now in the 7th session!
The Reporting Peer Review Program is a platform for companies to exchange and receive feedback, share best practices, and improve their corporate sustainability reporting practices.
Join this peer review program if you want to benchmark your report and receive feedback from other corporate reporting experts, hear their reporting stories, insider tips and much more!
- Exchange and receive insightful, substantive, and genuine feedback from your industry peers and sustainability practitioners.
- Share best practices with companies from different industries and backgrounds.
- Benchmark your company’s reporting practices and sustainability initiatives with your peers.
- Be recognized for taking the initiative to improve sustainability reporting & transparency in Canada.
Bell is an active participant in the Network & Reporting Peer Review Program!
”This kind of in-depth feedback from peers and non-peers is very helpful for improving the quality and content of our report going forward, and I look forward to participating annually… I would recommend this to any company, Canadian or otherwise, looking to improve their CR Reporting.””
Senior Manager - Corporate Responsibility and Environment at Bell Canada
Export Development Canada found the program to be pain-free, effective and valuable!
”We found this a valuable, effective way to get feedback on our CSR Report from corporate peers who understand the standards for good quality CSR reporting. The Global Compact Network Canada made the process pain-free. While we all skim through CSR reports, this process pushes you to do a thorough, in-depth review and compare them to your own. I highly recommend participation by companies looking for a tool to get meaningful input on their reports.”
Senior Advisor (Corporate Social Responsibility) at Export Development Canada
|Tuesday, August 22:||Registration Deadline|
|Wednesday, August 23:||Distribution of self-assessment templates to participants|
|Tuesday, August 29:||Self-assessments and sustainability reports from participants are due|
|Tuesday, August 29:||Distribution of sustainability reports and peer review assessment templates|
|Tuesday, September 19:||Peer review assessments from participants are due|
|Friday, September 22:||Distribution of peer review assessments to participants|
|Thursday, September 28:||Announcement of the 2017 Reporting Peer Review Winner at the TMX SDG Awards Ceremony|
|Wednesday, October 4:||Debrief Discussion & Concluding roundtable discussion|
Enbridge had the opportunity to glean new insights from other's work!
”Participating in Global Compact Network Canada’s Peer Review Reporting Program was extremely valuable. I received thoughtful feedback from experts who really understand CSR/Sustainability reporting, and had the opportunity to glean new insights from their work while I was providing them with feedback.”
Mary Ann Kenney
Manager, CSR & Sustainability at Enbridge
The Reporting Peer Review Program is free for Global Compact Network Canada Participants, although any voluntary contributions are welcome.
The program is $1,750 CAD (including taxes) to external companies who are not GCNC Participants. If companies wish to join the GCNC three months after their participation in the Reporting Peer Review Program, they can use the program fee towards their annual participation fee.
If you are not yet a Global Compact Network Canada Participant, please do learn more about our vibrant network and the benefits of being part of the GCNC.
Participants can use any COP, sustainability, or integrated report from this year or previous years.
Register as a GCNC-Participant
If you are a GCNC-Participant, please use the form below to register for the Reporting Peer Review Program 2017.