Nonprofit CEOs often don’t have the resources for professional development as do their corporate counterparts. And attracting young leaders to serve in these positions is getting harder.
The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 1.3 million people worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and the majority of people affected are women. The Estée Lauder Companies knows the importance of supporting and giving back to women, who are its primary customers and th
Editor’s Note: This post kicks off a month-long blog series, “Business Gives Back.” Check back frequently for stories of how individual member companies help tackle big problems.
Rarely before have I seen so many other business officials line up to speak with one of the Corporate Citizenship Awards winners.
You know the advertising slogan, “There’s no one way to eat a Reese’s”? Well, something of the sort could be said when it comes to organizing a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program. As with many challenges associated with CSR, there isn’t necessarily just one right way or wrong way to
This month the BBC World Service released poll results on views toward free enterprise and the economic role of the state.
First, you start with a tasty chicken sandwich, you add a dash of kindness, wrap it up in courtesy, and most importantly — serve it with civility. There you have it: the Chick-fil-A recipe for success.
On October 20-23, BSR (Business for Social Responsibility) convened an extensive group of professionals from multinational corporations, consultancies, NGOs, and governments at its annual conference, titled “Reset Economy. Reset World.”
A long-time supporter of BCLC, UPS is a valuable corporate citizenship partner to nonprofits and peer companies around the world.