Q&A with Tara Abrahams: Glamour Magazine Engages Companies in The Girl Project to Advance Girls’ Education Worldwide
May 24 | Tara Abrahams, Executive Director, The Girl Project | Comments (0)
Tara Abrahams leads The Girl Project at Glamour Magazine to help companies connect with their customers and create a philanthropic legacy by investing in girls’ education. In this Q&A, Abrahams describes how The Girl Project transforms the lives of girls
Turning Workplace Philanthropy into a Daily Habit
February 26 | Nick Bailey, Vice President, Innovation and Products, Salesforce | Comments (0)
There’s an astounding number of nonprofits in the world today. We’re talking millions. In many ways, that’s a good thing: It signals not only that there is an ever-increasing number of ways to get involved in social good, but also that people are standing up and trying to make a difference. And it’s no secret that the world needs this kind of social action now more than ever.
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Outspoken CEOs and Tweeting in the Time of Trump
June 13 | Elizabeth Borrelli | Comments (0)
The first 100 days of the new U.S. political administration has continued to be a significant period of change for CEOs as they learn how to adapt to the new environment and how to reassure both consumers and employees that they will successfully navigate
What's Ahead for 2019
January 02 | Jan Botz, Program Director, Corporate Communications Strategy Council and Internal Communications Council II, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
Marketing and communications teams should expect to focus more heavily on their company's response to social and political issues, as social and business activism show no sign of abating. This is among the key prognostications for the industry in 2019 discussed by the Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR) fellows.
Q&A with Richard Buery: Why Pre-K Education Matters to Children, Communities, and Businesses
July 11 | Richard Buery, New York City Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives | Comments (0)
As New York City’s Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives, Richard Buery is the architect of Pre-K for All, which for the first time provides free, full-day Pre-K for every four-year old in NYC.
Corporate Communications: Let the Sun Shine
July 10 | Scott Carlberg, Program Director, Information and Management Research Council, Senior Corporate Communication Management Conference, and Organizational Design Lab, The Conference Board | Comments (0)
“Let the sun shine” could have been the slogan for the The Conference Board’s 2018 Corporate Communications Conference, held June 26-27. More than 150 corporate communicators took home new ideas to effectively get their messages out. Here are a couple quick-hit concepts from our speakers from great companies like Hilton, BASF, Boeing, State Farm, Love’s Travel Stops, Mars, American Express, IBM, Aflac, Seattle City Light, UPS, Bank of America Merchant Services, DuPont, Bridge Consulting.
Inherent Negatives: A Strategic Wake-Up Call for Tech Companies?
April 10 | Barie Carmichael, Senior Counselor, APCO Worldwide | Comments (0)
The radical transparency of the new social landscape has empowered 24/7 auditors of corporate behavior, disrupting business with an astonishing velocity and creating a degree of angst for many c-suites and boards of directors.