Corporate Citizenship Perspectives

Partnering across lines of business to achieve CSR goals

Posted by Colleen Olphert, Director, Membership and Member Services on Jun 11, 2018 1:56:42 PM

When we talk about good corporate citizens, we think about those companies that balance financial results with the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) aspects of business. The complexity of this practice demands diverse skills and experience, and the engagement of employees at all levels.

While the active involvement of all employees is essential to corporate citizenship success, respondents of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s Profile of the Professionals 2018 report indicated that of CEOs, executives, managers, and staff, executives are the most likely to help them achieve their objectives (see Figure A). 

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Topics: Engaging Employees, Value of Corporate Citizenship, Employee, Professional Development, Workforce, Workplace

Empower your employees to lead sustainability efforts

Posted by Mark Feldman, Principal, Cause Consulting on Apr 12, 2017 10:40:09 AM

032817_BCCCC_0173.jpgFrom water filters that serve the developing world, to banking products that encourage investments in energy efficiency, to action-focused mobile engagement platforms, companies across all industries are empowering their employees to apply their professional expertise to develop solutions to business and social challenges. Distinguished from employee team and skills-based volunteerism, employee-led product innovation is a powerful engagement tool that drives business, social, and environmental impact. 

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Topics: Sustainability, Engaging Employees, Innovation, Culture, Employee

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