By Jackie Norris, Executive Director of the Points of Light Corporate Institute, and David Smith, Executive Director of the National Conference on Citizenship
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BCLC just launched the nomination and application cycle for its 2013 Citizens Awards. These are important awards for the field; companies, local Chambers, and NGO partners are well served to go through the submission process.
Last week was our first weigh in for the BCLC weight loss challenge. 3 people lost weight (I was one of them!) – everyone else either gained or weighs the same. There are eight people taking place in the weight loss challenge and all of us have different methods of reaching our individual goals.
BCLC's executive interview series, 3 on the 3rd, is dedicated to providing deep and valuable business insights delivered in a quick manner. As the column name suggests, interviews are three questions in length and air on the 3rd of the month.
I recently interviewed Michelle Russo, Senior VP of Corporate Affairs & Communications at Discovery Comm
Teenage girls use computers and the Internet as much as boys do, but are five times less likely to consider a technology-related career.
The Millennial generation is the future of the American public. While the opinions of older generations might be set, this younger generation brings new perspectives on society that can change the perception of American business. As the key to future perceptions of business, on what side will M
While some companies have only recently rushed to become sustainable in an effort to appease potential critics or help their brand’s image, others have been sustainability leaders for years. They have built sustainability into their core DNA, making it a critical factor in all of the services they offer and how they run their operations. These companies are helping the U.S. grow its green economy and making the country more economically diverse and resilient in the hyper-competitive age of globalization.