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I’m back in Boston after spending two great days at the Positive Business Conference at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. To put it simply, the conference was nothing short of inspiring. Keep reading to hear what Intel, Microsoft, PepsiCo and Amazon are doing to develop positive and purpose-driven business practices.
This year, I have the great opportunity to attend the Positive Business Conference, hosted by the Ross Michigan School of Business. The conference focuses on the potential positive impact that business can have on society, and how we, as leaders, can help drive that change. Obviously, this is a message very near and dear to the hearts of us at WeSpire!
This week our Marketing Manager, Kristen Carlson, is attending Michigan Ross’s Positive Business Conference to learn, network, and celebrate positive business initiatives with other innovative leaders. She will also have the opportunity to attend an exclusive reception to celebrate the honorable mention we received for our Positive Business Project.
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.
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?
This past week the Ross Michigan School of Business held their third annual Positive Business Conference. The event brought together students, faculty and business leaders to learn and share best practices for transforming business to be a force for good in the world.