Chief People Officers continue to play a more significant role in shaping and articulating their organizations’ narrative on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. A recent The Conference Board report, The CHRO’s Role in Navigating the Future of Work, pointed out how HR leaders are increasingly called upon to shape the corporate voice on social issues, articulate the company’s mission and purpose, and communicate the people strategy to more stakeholders. And with increasing demands for transparency and disclosure from regulatory agencies, investors, workers, and other stakeholders, the report notes that “CHROs will partner with C-suite colleagues to not only address disclosure requirements but also articulate the impact of human capital management, including ESG goals.” While I can’t share The Conference Board report due to it being only available to CB members, I include here a 39-page report by the HR Policy Association, which covers ESG in the context of the chief human resources officer role. And while the report is from 2019, it provides many useful insights. Page 13 has a section on best practices from firms such as CVS Health, DICK’S Sporting Goods, General Mills, HP, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble to name a few.