Sustainability in business:
3 common risks and how to tackle them –
PART 3
Becoming a more sustainable
business is tough but....
...sustainability has stopped
being a ‘nice-to-have’ and has
become a ‘must-have’ for public
sector supply chains.
In addition to the potential £100bn in annual productivity gains
generated by innovations designed to address environmenta...
So what are the risks to ensuring
your own business makes the
grade for sustainability?
Risk 3: Losing motivation
Risk 3: Losing motivation
It’s been since six months since your company decided
to become a sustainable supply and the buz...
Risk 3: Losing motivation
How do I tackle it?
Risk 3: Losing motivation
• Take stock of the
achievements you
have made and
reassess your goals -
remember, a small
chang...
Risk 3: Losing motivation
• Rewards could be
reducing the number
of audits conducted
or recognising hard
work by entering
...
Risk 3: Losing motivation
• Become a sustainability
champion in your sector
– this will help maintain
focus and build your...
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Part 3 of 3. In this Tracker slideshare we examine 3 common risks to sustainability in business and how to tackle them. Risk 3 - Losing Motivation

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Tracker Intelligence Sustainability in business: 3 common risks and how to tackle them – PART 3

  1. 1. Sustainability in business: 3 common risks and how to tackle them – PART 3
  2. 2. Becoming a more sustainable business is tough but....
  3. 3. ...sustainability has stopped being a ‘nice-to-have’ and has become a ‘must-have’ for public sector supply chains.
  4. 4. In addition to the potential £100bn in annual productivity gains generated by innovations designed to address environmental and social challenges, companies can also improve their reputation, market position, customer engagement and resource efficiency by taking a sustainable approach. *‘Fortune Favours the Brave’ report from Accenture, Business in the Community (BITC) and Marks and Spencer
  5. 5. So what are the risks to ensuring your own business makes the grade for sustainability?
  6. 6. Risk 3: Losing motivation
  7. 7. Risk 3: Losing motivation It’s been since six months since your company decided to become a sustainable supply and the buzz of an initial blue-sky planning stage has started to fade. You are losing momentum and your environmental and social targets are taking a back seat to revenue generation.
  8. 8. Risk 3: Losing motivation How do I tackle it?
  9. 9. Risk 3: Losing motivation • Take stock of the achievements you have made and reassess your goals - remember, a small change is better than no change at all! • Give yourself a break and realise it’s an ongoing process.
  10. 10. Risk 3: Losing motivation • Rewards could be reducing the number of audits conducted or recognising hard work by entering some business award competitions. • Scorecard your successes and reward your achievements.
  11. 11. Risk 3: Losing motivation • Become a sustainability champion in your sector – this will help maintain focus and build your company reputation.
  12. 12. Sustainability in business: 3 common risks and how to tackle them Thanks for viewing! Make sure to check out PARTS 1 & 2 in our series Follow @TrackerIntel on Twitter for more business insights
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