Community Impact: From Incremental to Transformational Community Investment

The Conference Board of Canada, January 28, 2014
Recorded Webinar
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Do you want to move your corporate community investment program from creating incremental progress to being transformational? This webinar explores how companies can leverage their community investments so they can be transformational for their organization and its stakeholders.

Webinar Highlights

This webinar features Coro Strandberg, leading CSR and sustainability strategist and thought leader. Strandberg and expert guests explore the current state of community investment in Canada and consider trends and emerging best practice in corporate community involvement.
During this 60-minute session, Coro addresses the following questions:

  • Are companies generating the most social impact or realizing sufficient business benefit from their charitable investments?
  • How do leading companies evolve their philanthropy programs to achieve greater shared value?

About Coro:

photo of CoroCoro Strandberg is Principal of Strandberg Consulting, and is a nationally recognized corporate social responsibility and sustainability consultant.

About Michael:

photo of Michael BassettMichael Bassett, Senior Research Associate, Governance and Sustainable Enterprise with The Conference Board of Canada will provide an overview of the current state of community investment in Canada.

About Andrew:

photo of Thomas ParryAndrew Stegemann, Community Program Manager at Mountain Equipment Co-op, will share his company's strategic approach to community involvement and the lessons they learned on their journey from traditional to strategic philanthropy.

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