Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

Nonprofit board training: Preparing and engaging employees for service

Posted by Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education on Apr 22, 2016 3:10:00 PM

Nonprofit board placement programs have grown in popularity and importance as companies and employees realize the rewards of sustained, high-level engagement in community organizations. According to the 2015 Community Involvement Study, nearly 70 percent of companies offer a nonprofit board program to their employees as a part of their volunteer program offerings (see Figure A). This is a huge change from 2011, where the same study revealed that only 26 percent of companies offered nonprofit board programs to all of their employees.

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Topics: Philanthropy, Engaging Employees, Volunteer, Corporate Community Involvement, Non-Profits, Board

October Corporate Citizenship Highlights

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Oct 30, 2014 3:38:00 PM
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As corporations work to stay on the cutting edge of corporate citizenship practice, business leaders are becoming increasingly aware of the role that company citizenship plays in overall business strategy, and how—if effectively aligned—environmental, social, and governance dimensions can result in increased performance. The forthcoming 2014 State of Corporate Citizenship study reports that executives whose companies integrated corporate citizenship programs with their overall business strategy and were more likely to report success than those whose companies considered it an add-on activity.
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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Strategy, Leadership, Align, Board, Governance

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