No two employee volunteers are created equal. And that’s a good thing! But as a corporate volunteer program manager, pleasing everyone may seem like a daunting task. That’s why VolunteerMatch and Bright Funds are teaming up on a free webinar to fill you in on a little-known fact: engaging employees through unique volunteer opportunities are easier than you think!
How do you develop engaged leaders among your employees? You might be surprised to hear that one effective method is through your volunteer program.
How do you develop engaged leaders among your employees? One effective way is through a top-notch employee volunteer program. Join us for this free webinar on April 27, 2017 to learn how.
On November 17, 2016, VolunteerMatch and Year Up joined forces to help companies learn how to unify their commitment to diversity across multiple departments, including their corporate social responsibility (CSR) department. Salesforce.org and Omnicom Media Group joined the discussion and shared their experiences from the field.
At the core of corporate social responsibility (CSR) exists the belief that companies should practice ethical behavior. One indication of ethical behavior is a commitment to diversity. As part of their CSR, companies should ensure that underrepresented groups have not only a voice, but the opportunity to thrive — both in their companies and within their respective communities.
All across the country, today’s most innovative businesses are using the arts to help them meet some of their most difficult and vital objectives. In this webinar with Jordan Shue of Americans for the Arts, you will learn the many reasons why the arts are a powerful driver of employee engagement.
Last month, I caught the buzz at the San Diego AMA’s Cause Conference, which focused on accelerating purpose within organizations and communities. There is nothing quite like spending a few days with a lot of marketers! Here is a sneak peek of the session I co-facilitated with Taproot Foundation. Missed the conference? Watch the recording ...