Employees are carefully watching their organizations’ responses to political and social issues more than ever. At the same time, increased polarization threatens organizational culture and can divide employees from each other. Corporate social responsibility (CSR), environmental, social, and governance (ESG), and organization-wide responses to social issues are no longer optional. Join the CHRO Global Leadership Board to discuss the following questions: How is the role of the CHRO in shaping their organizations’ ESG strategies changing? How should we approach making statements on these issues when there is risk of alienating employees with conflicting views?