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- Katherine V. Smith, executive director at the Center for Corporate Citizenship, provides a glance into the forthcoming 2014 State of Corporate Citizenship in her most recent blog.
- Senior executives at New Balance, Campbell, Fed Ex and the Walt Disney Company share their views on corporate citizenship.
- The most recent edition of the Corporate Citizen magazine offers four ways to engage your CFO and COO.
- Research finds that firms that engage with corporate citizenship decisions at the board-level are more likely to consider the interests of multiple stakeholders, resulting in better engagement with customers, employees, and external stakeholders, and also a higher return on equity overall for the firm.*
- Earlier this month, Amy Fenton, global leader of public development and sustainability, Nielsen joined Smith to discuss key findings from the forthcoming 2014 State of Corporate Citizenship in an hour-long webinar, providing the most up-to-date empirical research on executive opinions and consumer actions.
- The Center’s 2013 Profile of the Practice finds that executives are leading corporate citizenship efforts more frequently.
- Research finds that leaders in U.S. firms believe that corporate citizenship positively impacts corporate image and reputation, stakeholder satisfaction and employee morale.
- A study finds that rational arguments, data, and analysis that demonstrate the benefits of a proposed program will help gain support for corporate citizenship initiatives from senior executives.
* This research brief is being provided freely to nonmembers. Research Briefs are distributed monthly to Center members, and provide summaries of recent or seminal research findings from corporate practice and academic study that offer insights and tools corporate citizenship practitioners can apply to their work.