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LISTEN UP! Doing Corporate Citizenship Better, Together - Shared screen with speaker view
Dana J
17:02
Welcome to the show everyone! Thanks for joining. Feel free to introduce yourself in the chatbox.
Betty Carlson
17:30
hi Betty Carlson in Mpls
Clément Douault (Novartis)
17:58
Clément from Novartis, based in Basel, Switzerland
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
18:06
Hi! Junelle Kroontje in Seattle Washington
Christine Sheldon
18:25
Hi All. Christine Sheldon in San Diego. Sorry I can't be on video. :)
SAMANTHA SULLIVAN
18:43
Sam from Boston, Mass.
Barbie Seifert - Junior Achievement of WA
18:46
Barbie Seifert, Seattle
AmandaPower
18:56
Amanda from Edmonton Canada
Jessie
18:58
Jessie from Wisconsin…
Ajay Gopal
19:04
Hi! Ajay Gopal from Bangalore India. I lead Community Impact Strategy for Cisco.
Carol Urton
19:06
Carol Urton - Austin Texas!
Astrid Buttiens
19:07
Astrid from Belgium!
Susan Robinson
19:18
Susan from Marshfield, Massachusetts
Rith, Sarah
19:20
Sarah from Seattle. Hi everyone!
Jack Johnson
19:24
Jack, Glasgow, Business Development Intern at 10Eighty
Gared Jones
19:30
Gared Jones with Purposity in Atlanta.
Kia Pyrcz (she/her) - Enbridge
19:31
Kia Pyrcz from Enbridge/RWI based in Calgary, Alberta. I lead Enbridge's Volunteer Ambassador Network.
Kristina B
19:32
Kristina Lithuania
Amanda Shantz
19:33
Amanda from St Gallen, Switzerland
Giuseppe Perrone
19:37
Giuseppe Perrone from Zagreb, Croatia. Hello everyone!
Joy Stephens
20:06
Hello from Seattle! CorporateGivingNetwork.com
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
20:10
Ajay! You may not know this but there is an amazing cancer doctor here in Seattle with your same name! He might have saved my life.
Jeffrey Isaacson, Bethesda Project
20:23
Jeffrey Isaacson, Volunteer & Community Engagement Manger at Bethesda Project (homeless shelter) in Philadelphia PA
Natalie Lapacek-Trout
21:11
Natalie Lapacek-Trout, Corporate Social Responsibility, Raytheon Missiles & Defense in Huntsville, AL
Rosie Nasser
21:13
Rosie Nasser, Consolidated Contractors Company, CSR Consultant
Khawla Barley
21:21
Khawla BarleyHead of Initiatives, Special Olympics UAEAbu Dhabi, UAE
Betty Carlson
21:46
Community Relations at Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
Natalia Skalkogianni - ethelon
21:49
Hello! Natalia Skalkogianni, Community & Programs Manager at ethelon, based in Athens Greece
Clément Douault (Novartis)
22:03
Engagement & Volunteering at Novartis … like it shows on my background :-)
Karrie
22:36
Karrie Hungerford, from Seattle, GivingTrax
Dana J
23:31
You can learn more here: https://www.rw.institute/nonprofit-accelerator
Kathryn Seck
23:49
Hello - Kathryn Seck in Arlington, VA, currently advising a national foundation on giving strategy. Would love to connect w/ folks on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathryn-seck-2020/
Dana J
24:35
https://www.rw.institute/the-corporate-volunteering-giving-and-grants-technology-review
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
25:02
I have mine right next to me. All torn up on the corners because I use it regularly
Gared Jones
25:02
Woot woot! Thanks, Chris.
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
25:24
Or at least the first one - can't wait for the new one!
Dana J
25:40
You can pre-register for a free copy here ^ or register for our launch event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/170149905949
Dana J
25:59
So glad to hear you got good use out of the first one Junelle :)
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
30:03
So you're saying he's a guide?
Betty Carlson
35:31
I'll be in and out of video. i had to go outside to access zoom since it's blocked within company and on cell phone 🙂
REALIZED WORTH
35:43
That is funny
Dana J
35:50
No problem, Betty! Thanks for joining.
Jessie
36:44
Changing the context = optimal outcome
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
37:28
You can't judge intent by outcome: We had twice as many people THINK they are giving than actually are.
REALIZED WORTH
39:31
BiasesThe science is clear: humans take mental shortcuts. Here you can read about why we do this and how you can avoid it. https://thedecisionlab.com/biases-index/
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
40:03
Will the links shared in chat be shared later?
Dana J
40:23
Yes! In the follow up
Rania Al-Khatib/Deutsche Post DHL
41:20
12%
Janet
41:21
3%
Kathryn Seck
41:21
10%
Kristina B
41:22
Much less :)
Amanda Shantz
41:23
36
Jack Johnson
41:24
6%
Jessie
41:27
40%
Paula
41:27
60%
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
41:28
I feel like I've heard this before something like 10?
Angela Johnson
41:33
5%
Betty Carlson
41:34
50%
REALIZED WORTH
43:16
https://www.bettergivingstudio.com
Jessie
43:40
Your passion is evident! Thank you!
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
43:53
Wow! So cool to meet you and to hear about this. So exciting.
Jeffrey Isaacson, Bethesda Project
44:12
Such an interesting field... I feel like we could make this a full day session!
Ajay Gopal
45:23
I feel this conversation to be so energizing. The last 2 years, we @ Cisco have been learning & unlearning nudges in action. Great to be here with a peer group that feels equally passionate about the space.
Kristina B
45:58
I wonder if there is any research on differences in approaches in developing economies vs developed economies? E.g. Is there any collective memory information that could prevent a culture to be more altruistic, or rather maybe other aspects would come into picture?
REALIZED WORTH
46:33
@Kristina - great question. Does anyone have a link or resource that speaks to this question?
REALIZED WORTH
47:15
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AROUNDTHE WORLD: VOLUME IIPROFILES OF 17 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/453911601273837739/pdf/Behavioral-Science-Around-the-World-Volume-Two-Profiles-of-17-International-Organizations.pdf
REALIZED WORTH
47:23
From the World Bank
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
47:47
I'm legit sharing that with my staff today. Chocolate always wins
Kristina B
48:05
wow that is so cool thank you!!
REALIZED WORTH
48:13
@Junelle - yes, THAT is the takeaway
Angela Parker (she/her)
48:16
Good idea, Junelle. If we take nothing else away from this session! ;)
Ajay Gopal
49:18
@Kristina : As someone from the APJC region, I totally understand where you are coming from. My experience is that community engagement is a lot more informal in this part of the world. Nudges that lead folks to formal structures of engagement may not always work in the region.
Jack Johnson
49:31
I wonder if there would be any major differences in the study if it was conducted today. It is now fifty years old. Any thoughts?
Amanda Shantz
49:34
I’d love to understand how Lindsay and his team have approached diversity through volunteering
Jack Johnson
49:54
The Princeton study
Jessie
50:01
@Amanda Shantz: I have this thought too.
Sarah Welch, ideas42 (she, her)
51:00
https://henrich.fas.harvard.edu/files/henrich/files/henrich_heine_norenzayan_2010-2.pdf <-- paper about the historical bias towards certain cultures ("WEIRD" cultures) in behavioral research
Jeffrey Isaacson, Bethesda Project
51:47
Also I know it's not the point of the study, but in the Princeton study I'm curious how they define "helping" the individual... stopping to talk? give money? connect with resources?
Rosie Nasser
52:42
how many people /companies are participating in this nudge for the good study?
Sarah Welch, ideas42 (she, her)
54:47
@Jeffrey, they actually had a "helping scale" to rate the behavior. Link to original study here: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/images/uploads/Darley-JersualemJericho.pdf
Sarah Welch, ideas42 (she, her)
55:10
(lots more nuance in the full study than my brief summary covered!)
Kristina B
57:17
Again this is so interesting and important .
Kathryn Seck
57:34
Question: Are you able to share any more details about the specific interventions that will be tested? (Obviously chocolate will be in the mix)
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
57:34
Targeted advertising?
Jeffrey Isaacson, Bethesda Project
57:55
@Sarah thanks, no worries I know it's a hot topic of how to "help" people experiencing homelessness!
Angela Parker (she/her)
58:07
Lindsey, you have excellent hair. Just saying.
Kristina B
58:14
The challenge I see is how labor or personal contact intensive the nudge for volunteering is.
Lindsey Buss-World Bank
58:32
Thx, Angela! Made my day!
Ajay Gopal
01:00:56
Incentives clubbed with loss aversion is a great test to do.
Betty Carlson
01:01:32
will you be sending more details on joining?
Kathryn Seck
01:01:35
Ooooh - give people a bonus — but they only get to keep it if they volunteer X hours
Sarah Welch, ideas42 (she, her)
01:01:56
http://www.ideas42.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/ideas42-Best-of-Intentions_Charitable-Giving-1.pdf <-- a couple related examples in this report from our previous work
Clément Douault (Novartis)
01:02:41
Are not reward and volunteering anathema … Ok with recognition … but reward ???
Dana J (she/her)
01:02:43
@Betty, yes! We will provide a method of contact for joining in the followup or you can just email Kosta now (kostapanos@rw.institute)
Kia Pyrcz (she/her) - Enbridge
01:03:09
I hear from some employees that one of the reasons they don't volunteer is that they don't want to appear like they have extra time...they worry they will not appear busy!
Dana J (she/her)
01:03:27
@Kia, that's so interesting!
Betty Carlson
01:05:30
you mentioned Dei, what's science showing how to entice more cultures to be engaged in volunteering? understanding that lots of cultures volunteer within their communities and don't consider it volunteering but essential to their culture
AmandaPower
01:05:48
Who is the ideal participant(s)/organizations who you are looking to connect/collaborate with on this?From the perspective of the organizations who often provide the ways for people to engage (for donors and volunteers) is there a way to engage with Nudge for Good?
Junelle Kroontje (She/Her Pronouns)
01:05:55
So awesome! Thank you!
Kathryn Seck
01:05:59
Is there a cost for the companies to participate in study?
Jessie
01:06:25
@AmandaPower - I agree… would love more information about those two questions.
Angela Parker (she/her)
01:07:32
This discussion is amazing. Please, will you all get involved in this at some level? You seem like exactly the right people.
Ajay Gopal
01:07:57
When are you kickstarting this study?
Kristina B
01:08:27
How are you planning to include COVID affect into the results?
Paula
01:08:43
This is one of the better seminars I have attended. Great experts and fantastic content. Sorry to be off video, I was having a great hair day but limited bandwith at the cottage. Thank you!
Dana J (she/her)
01:09:05
Thanks Paula! No worries at all - glad you could join. :)
Christine Sheldon
01:09:24
Very interesting topic! Thank you all for sharing.
Kathryn Seck
01:09:37
Lol Paula, sorry not to see your great hair
Kathryn Seck
01:09:50
Love the RW roundup newsletter!
Dana J (she/her)
01:10:09
You can register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/172335789987
Angela Parker (she/her)
01:10:11
Looking forward to this, Megan Strand!
Megan Strand
01:10:38
I’m over the moon excited for this webinar with you, @Angela!
AmandaPower
01:11:09
Thanks for always being so engaging - GREAT session!
Megan Strand
01:11:26
Nicely done, all!
Betty Carlson
01:11:28
thanks for great info
Jessie
01:11:35
Thank you so much…. Signed, a new to the nonprofit world person!
Gared Jones
01:11:39
Thank you! Nicely done.
Kristina B
01:11:42
It was great to see you again. Fantastic ideas
Rosie Nasser
01:11:50
Thank you for the wonderful talks
daniel glisczinski, rwi
01:14:31
I see Amanda P has a question.
Giuseppe Perrone
01:14:39
Really great session, with amazing insights!
Jack Johnson
01:14:45
Thank you!
AmandaPower
01:14:57
Volunteer management best practices focus a lot on what motivates our volunteers - how this this combine with the idea of behavioral science?
Rosie Nasser
01:15:01
usually people are more responsive when there is a crisis, the challenge is to involve people in volunteering all the time