As practitioners in the CSR field, our team is always looking for the “next good book” that can add value to our work. One of the recent additions to our office collection is Creating Social Value: A Guide for Leaders and Change Makers, by Cheryl Kiser and Deborah Leipziger -- the first guide for practitioners and student text book of its kind that focuses on social value creation. By telling the story of innovative leaders and change makers within companies, Kiser and Leipziger examine how an organization can create social value while simultaneously driving profits. At Cause Consulting, we are energized and excited about the ew piece of curriculum that will continue to help shape the field and educate new professionals. The text is an essential read for all CSR practitioners and want-to-be practitioners.
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It is exciting to reprint this press release announcing another extension of the Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream program, now in its six year…
BOSTON, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Samuel Adams today announced the kick-off to "Raise a Pint, Brew a Dream," a month-long program where drinkers across the country can support small businesses by simply enjoying a Samuel Adams Boston Lager.
Although no golden statues were given out, there was plenty of strong, consistent advice for leaders in the citizenship field. The 2014 Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship conference, held at the site of the annual Golden Globe Awards, served up the latest trends, insights, and how-to information about adaptable leadership. Here are few key takeaways.
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Excerpt - This blog was originally published by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Website
Corporate Citizenship is often described as a “journey,” but how many of us really have a map. Are we travelers on someone else’s path; blazing new trails; and/or just preparing for the next storm? As corporate citizenship practitioners we must continuously be more deliberate and intentional in everything we do. Our role isn’t just to create programs, it is to steer and align assets to have the greatest business and social impact. How do we create a map to not only guide our journey, but more importantly, to bring the rest of our company along with us?