Experience the 2014 International Corporate Citizenship Conference
Giving Tuesday: A day when individuals and companies give
The Center for Corporate Citizenship has partnered with GivingTuesday.org (#GivingTuesday), a non-profit organization that aims to transform how people think about, talk about and participate in the holiday season. Through a unique blend of partners—charities, families, businesses and individuals #GivingTuesday harnesses the collective power of personal and corporate philanthropy and inspires people to bring attention [...] Read more »
Inspiring Health in the WorkplaceBy Jim Turner, Director of Corporate Communications at Humana | Humana is a health care company that’s committed to helping people achieve life-long well-being. And for us, this starts with our associates. Encouraging everyone at Humana to focus on their health is a top priority ... Read more »
Alcoa Foundation: Providing today’s youth with the skills to prepare them for tomorrowBy Trenae Simpson | With employees in 30 countries across the world, Alcoa is truly a global company. Given the extent of its reach, Alcoa Foundation, the charitable arm of Alcoa, designs its community giving platform with this global ... Read more »
Where should you invest? Assessing and Meeting Community NeedsBy Elizabeth Rogers, Member Specialist | Corporate citizenship professionals often debate which issues warrant a commitment by their firms. Selecting poorly can be costly. A firm’s corporate citizenship efforts may amount to nothing if it invests heavily in, say, political campaigns ... Read more »
Breakout sessions for the 2014 International Corporate Citizenship Conference just announcedBy Kerin Sikorski, Web & Social Media Manager | The Boston College 2014 International Corporate Citizenship Conference is your chance to learn from and interact with some of the top corporate citizenship practitioners from around the world. This year’s conference will take place in ... Read more »
Profile of the Professionals
The Profile of the Professionals 2013 looks at the job satisfaction, professional development, motivations, and compensation of people working in corporate citizenship roles. This year’s findings reflect the progress and pathways of those professionals working to advance corporate citizenship.
Value of Sustainability Reporting
The Center for Corporate Citizenship and EY produced the Value of Sustainability Reporting as a joint effort, and conducted a comprehensive survey that covered various aspects of an organization’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting.
Research briefs are summaries of recent or seminal research findings that offer insights and tools to efficiently access and apply knowledge accumulated from corporate practice and the academy. Only members receive full research briefs; below is a sampling from our latest issue. Learn more.
High prices and low product expertise dissuade customers from going green
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|Community Involvement||Corporate Citizenship||Corporate Ethics|
|Corporate Giving||Corporate Governance||Corporate Philanthropy|
|Corporate Volunteerism||Sustainability Reporting||Corporate Responsibility|
|Corporate Social Responsibility||Corporate Sustainability||Executive Leadership|
|Executive Development Program||Leadership Training||Leadership Development|