What gets a CEO’s attention when thinking about how a company should be socially involved? “The more quantifiable the impact is, the more comfortable CEOs will be,” said David Ratcliffe, retired chairman, president, and CEO of Southern Company.
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Yesterday was the first day of the OneYoungWorld Leadership Summit in London. I’m here under sponsorship of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and BCLC as one of the 1,000 delegates at this first-ever conference.
BCLC’s February e-newsletter included a piece by Ben Erulkar, BCLC’s senior advisor for Corporate Community Investment, that weaves together commentary from four business and community leaders working at
One in six Americans live in so-called “food insecure” homes. That means one in six Americans is seriously hungry, likely under-nourished or malnourished, and doesn’t know when they’ll have their next meal.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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.”