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Diversity isn’t the easiest topic to talk about, especially at work, but not having these conversations could be damaging to the success of your business.
Today we’re releasing our new framework for developing positive impact programs. The Four C’s of a Positive Impact Program provides actionable information around the fundamental building blocks of a successful positive impact program.
Last week we talked about the importance of helping your employees set goals for the New Year. This week we dive into positive impact goal setting at your organization: how to, and its importance for your business.
Not every positive impact program is created equal. The truth is that some programs have higher levels of engagement, resonate with stakeholders more and have a bigger impact. The most important success factors are trust and authenticity.
Organizations who make a positive impact, are creating not just economic value, but offering great places to work, being good neighbors, and helping to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were agreed upon back in April, when global leaders came together to discuss in Paris. The goals are a huge step forward, but are audacious, and may seem a bit overwhelming at first glance.
Two thirds of millennials won’t work for a company that does not have strong corporate responsibility efforts, and once hired, they are more likely to to be loyal when they feel like they can make a positive impact at work.