If you’re a leader in your company who is responsible for improving employee productivity, recruiting, and retention, how can you figure out whether your workplace could use a little tune up on its approach to social impact activities and community engagement? Check out 9 clues to help you solve the mystery.
Ever wondered why the social impact and community engagement program in your workplace is the way it is? If you're in charge of the program--or if you wish you were--you'll need to get familiar with the questions people like you are asking about employee engagement through corporate philanthropy and social impact activities. Check out 100 questions to get your creativity flowing.
Is your employer in touch with its good side? Research indicates that a phenomenon called “Social Impact Culture Type” is gaining influence on personal achievements and satisfaction at home and in the workplace. How can you tell if the company you work for is living up to the expectations of today’s workforce? Discover three things you’re likely to hear from a good company.
It is a good idea to combine "doing good"--giving money to a charity, for instance--with an opportunity for employees to have fun and maybe get something out of it for themselves, too. So how about a raffle? Find out what you need to know about the "un-raffle."
We've all heard that cash is king. Most of the time that's a fantastic rule of thumb. But sometimes cash isn't the best way to support your favorite charity. How can you tell? Three clues will get your started.
Philanthropy continues its rapid rise as a lifestyle trend that’s here to stay. According to the IEG Sponsorship Report, total dollars spent by corporate America on cause sponsorships is projected to reach $2 billion in 2016, more than a 3.5% increase over last year. Find out how does the popularity of cause marketing impacts the way Americans approach wealth management.
Has starting your own charity ever crossed your mind? If it has, you are not alone. Thousands of new charities are started each year by people who are passionate about causes to help others. Here are three steps to get you started.
Happier and healthier at work, thanks to a workplace volunteering program? You bet. Volunteer activities are good for everyone--you, your company, and the community.
In today's socially conscious economy, three realities of "doing good"--social impact--are facing every business leader. How are things looking in your world?
Let's hear it for muddy boots. Making a difference in the workplace is more important than ever to today’s emerging talent. In fact, one of the most common statements by today’s recruit is that they want to work for an organization whose leaders understand that lives are improved by tapping the power of doing good for others and making them better at their job, all at the same time. Learn why.