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Published: 11/30/2010There has been some discussion in CSR circles for a while now advocating for the removal of the "S" from CSR. Yes, the "S"! Just last week the Centre for Corporate Public Affairs in Australia, for its own purposes, decided this to be so, arguing that Corporate Responsibility already includes all that is social.
Published: 11/25/2010Have you ever looked deep into the community from where you do business, the same community from where you will harvest talent down the road to help you in building, expanding or sustaining your business? Have you ever looked deep into this community to understand what its social challenges might be? Are these challenges being fully met by the government and its agencies? Is the talent going to be there when you need it? Or, will it be there when your children carry on your legacy? I see the issues in my own community and hope that one day local businesses will see the benefit of collaboration to address them.
Published: 11/23/2010Some of our biggest challenges with trust are caused by the distance we insist on maintaining in our relationships. The further detached we are, the more neglectful we become. A thriving relationship depends on the commitment to nurture it. Whenever one party stops being engaging, the relationship suffers. We've all heard stories of the narcissistic tendencies that precipitate the breakdown.
Published: 11/18/2010The 2010 BSR study was released during the annual BSR Conference in New York November 2-5. What was so unexpected about the findings from the study this year?Well, with the uncertainties in the global economy, I was bracing myself for disappointment. But so convinced are they of the performance value of a CSR strategy, business leaders once again are rallying behind their commitments to social responsibility and sustainability.
Published: 11/16/2010I just finished listening to the recordings of the inspired leaders who so generously presented important capsules of wisdom at the Enlightened Business Summit October 25-29. This virtual event was presented by Stephen Dinan CEO of The Shift Network and Chip Conley, Founder and Executive Chairman, Joie de Vivre Hospitality and Author of PEAK: How Great Companies Get their Mojo from
Published: 11/11/2010I grew up in a small town where everything was within walking distance and at a time when everyone walked everywhere they went. This was also a time when tea, not coffee, was the beverage of choice. Routinely, I would come home from elementary school to find someone from town sitting around the kitchen table with my Mother. They were visiting and drinking tea, always tea.
Published: 11/9/2010I am the passionate founder of company2keep inc., an on-line social platform dedicated to promoting social responsibility and showcasing businesses which have adopted socially responsible commitments as their core value proposition.
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