Can Asking “What If?” Really Change the World?

Can asking "what if?" really change the world?This year’s Sustainable Brands conference kicks off today, and is urging us to do something we don’t often indulge in as CSR professionals: to dream big.

Sustainability, brand and innovation professionals from around the world are descending upon San Diego to be inspired, engaged and equipped to succeed by building better brands of tomorrow. Focused around the theme “Reimagine, Redesign, Regenerate,” the week is an opportunity to share our dreams for a better corporate world, and begin discussing how to make those dreams a reality.

What if your employees were so passionate about your company’s mission and values that they became your brand’s most enthusiastic ambassadors? Tweet this!

So what is our “What If?” At VolunteerMatch, we believe that the key to changing the world for the better is people. It’s the people at a company who will ultimately enable shifts in policy, practice and production. Advocates like you will get employees engaged in volunteering and giving programs that improve the communities around you. This belief drives our products and services, helping us provide the cutting-edge technology solutions that enable you to run incredible employee volunteer programs.

We ask:

What if your employees were so passionate about your company’s mission and values that they became your brand’s most enthusiastic ambassadors?

How would this change your company, both internally and externally? How would it enable you to have a greater impact on the world around you? What can we do today to make this “what if?” a reality tomorrow, next year, or five years from now? And what tools and processes do we need to put in place to make it a success?

Well, what do YOU think?

At Sustainable Brands this week? Find Abby and Julie at the VolunteerMatch booth in the Expo hall to talk about your “What ifs”. And whether you’re there or not, follow the conference discussion using #SB14sd.


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