Who is it aimed at?
Tailored to those running real estate, and facilities in a company, as well as those who are providing outsourced services to run real estate. It can be used at a company level or building level, and can also be applied across the sustainability function.
Who should complete the SAT?
Ideally someone who has good working knowledge of a range of topics within the business. We are thinking a Corporate Real estate manager / Director, or Sustainability professionals, or facilities managers operating on a building level.
How is it structured?
It consists of 12 multiple choice questions. One question per topic.
Each set of multiple-choice answers provides a description of things that we judge are relevant to be doing in a business. You should tick all those that are applicable to your company. You will score points based on the options that you select.
Why is the structure like this?
It is designed to give you a check list of important things to do in the company. The more you tick, the more advanced you are.
How long do I need?
Likely between 10 to 15 minutes. Depending on your knowledge of sustainability in your company.
What are the question topics?
We have condensed the SFMI assessment topics from 23, down to 12. With one question per topic. The topics are:
Environment – Energy, Bio-diversity, Circular Economy, transport,
Social – Employment, Sustainable Communities, supply chain management, well-being
Governance – Sustainability frameworks, Risk management, Disclosure, Diversity