Each month for several years now we’ve presented the Best Practice Network webinar series, which brings together thought-leaders in employee volunteering and corporate social responsibility to explore how your company or brand can elevate your programs for social good.
These webinars don’t just fade off into oblivion after the live session, however. Instead, we post the recordings on our YouTube channel in a special playlist, so you can refer back to them whenever you need a refresher.
Below are some of the most popular Best Practice Network webinar videos currently on our YouTube channel. Explore the topics that interest you and share them with colleagues to spread these great insights!
Volunteer programs today must be approached more like business programs – ones that can flex with changing environments and circumstances. In this video an all-star panel talks about how adopting a Change Model and being flexible can prepare your organization for the changing tides of volunteer engagement.
Today, just doing good isn’t good enough. Next generation donors, foundations and government agencies are making decisions based on results, not just efforts. This video features Jason Saul, one of the nation’s leading experts on measuring social impact and founder and CEO of Mission Measurement LLC, a strategy consulting firm that helps corporations, nonprofits and public sector clients to measure and improve their social impact.
This webinar presents Co-Founder of Sparked.com, Jacob Colker, and Joseph Pigato, VP of Business Development, discussing the microvolunteering landscape and what CSR-minded companies need to know.
This installment focuses on emerging trends in corporate philanthropy with the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, which has delivered the industry’s first comprehensive look at emerging trends in corporate philanthropy. Alison Rose, CECP’s Manager of Standards and Measurement, shares trends in cash and non-cash giving, matching gifts, international giving, Fortune 100 contributions, employee volunteerism, giving motivations, and more.