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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.
One year ago 193 world leaders gathered in Paris to discuss much needed global change. After much deliberation these leaders presented to the world, 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to help us achieve a more sustainable planet by the year 2030. This week we celebrate these #GlobalGoals and the accomplishments of our leaders by helping to educate, share and take action.
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.
Chris White, managing director of the University of Michigan’s Positive Business Organization, is is an expert on leadership and positive change, which is why we paid special attention when he recently wrote about the challenges associated with motivating employees.
The U.S. workforce has made it clear that they are looking to find work that gives them a sense of purpose and that they can feel passionate about. Organizations are responding by providing more employee engagement programs and positive impact opportunities – but does this make them a positive business?
Any great organization requires purpose driven people working together to fulfill that organization’s mission and vision. At WeSpire we are extremely fortunate to have a number of amazing teammates, all working to bring purpose to employees at companies large and small around the world.