This spring, we’re excited to share two new Best Practice Network Webinars with you that explore corporate engagement tool kits for improving business-community partnerships and strengthening ROI measurements.
Creating and Sustaining Successful Business-Community Partnerships, with John-Anthony Meza, Corporate Voices
Please join us for the first webinar in a series on corporate engagement tool kits from leaders in the field. Through the remainder of 2011, the VolunteerMatch Best Practice Network Webinar Series will occasionally bring expert speakers and organizations to discuss various tool kits for improving engagement.
Corporate Voices for Working Families (Corporate Voices) is the leading national business membership organization shaping conversations and collaborations on public and corporate policy issues involving working families.
On this webinar, John-Anthony Meza, Vice President of Workforce Readiness, Corporate Voices, will highlight two series of tools that the organization has created, as well as provide best practice examples and tips on how to achieve the successful business-community partnerships your organization is looking for. Participants will have the opportunity to share their successes and challenges in creating partnerships and will walk away with the next steps they need to create and sustain their partnerships.
Sign up for “Creating and Sustaining Successful Business-Community Partnerships”:
Thursday, April 28, 2011
10 am PT/1pm ET
(Don’t forget to join us on Twitter @VM_Solutions and follow the webinar conversation with #BPN_Meza.)
Measuring the Value of Volunteerism: Practical Techniques and ROI Benchmarking Results, with Farron Levy, True Impact
What can your company learn from the most comprehensive evaluation of the impact of employee volunteering ever? In this Best Practice Network webinar, Farron Levy, president of True Impact, will discuss the findings of the Volunteerism ROI Tracker initiative – a program sponsored by the Points of Light Institute and delivered by True Impact, a leading provider of web-based tools and support services for measuring corporate citizenship programs.
The initial results of the Volunteerism ROI Tracker are based on impact data collected from employee volunteer programs at 21 leading companies, including Boeing, Coca Cola, Deloitte, GE, Pfizer, and UPS. The Tracker collects impact data directly from each participating organization’s volunteers, and reports findings against benchmarks in impact areas include social value, participant satisfaction, skill development, sales, recruitment, and stakeholder relations.
Sign up for “Measuring the Value of Volunteerism”:
Thursday, May 19, 2011
10 am PT/1pm ET
(Be sure to register and also follow the webinar conversation on Twitter @VM_Solutions with #BPN_ROI.)