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LISTEN UP! Doing Corporate Citizenship Better, Together - Shared screen with speaker view
Gabor Lakos
12:43
Hi everyone, great to meet you from Europe/Hungary https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabor-lakos-79002845/
Jerome Tennille
14:04
Jerome Tennille, Marriott International, Washington DC area
Angela Parker (she/her)
14:06
Hi everyone! I’m Angela with Realized Worth. Calling in from Baltimore. Great to see you here!
Leigh Warren
14:19
Leigh Warren from Triangle Community Engagement, Raleigh, NC
Bryanna (she/her), Venture 2 Impact
14:23
Bryanna Jew, Venture 2 Impact, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Jeffrey Isaacson
14:27
Jeffrey Isaacson, Bethesda Project, Philadelphia PA
Michele Blondheim (DiSC = Di)
14:42
Hello! I'm Michele Blondheim, with Aprio. Calling in from Atlanta, GA. Happy to be here!
Paula Bernardino
14:52
Paula Bernardino from Credibility Institute, Montreal (Canada) (sorry, camera not working this morning)
Joy Stephens
14:57
Joy Stephens, Corporate Giving Network, calling in from Seattle.
Lemery Reyes
15:37
Hi everyone, I'm Lemery Reyes with JTC Group, based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Beth - Medifast - Baltimore
15:57
Beth Lubben - Medifast - a few doors down from Chris in Baltimore 🦀 https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethlubben
Esther Chabot, TD
18:06
Hello, All. Esther Chabot joining from TD Bank Group in Toronto. https://www.linkedin.com/in/estherchabot
Joy Stephens
23:45
If you would like to be a part of our Book Club, email me at joy@CorporateGivingNetwork.com. This is open to CSR professionals, corporate funders, etc. Thanks, Joy
Jerome Tennille
23:52
I didn't see an answer for "yes", so I didn't vote... sorry
Joy Stephens
24:31
me to per Jerome's answer
cindydashnaw
25:23
Cindy Dashnaw - I write for nonprofits and edited Derrick Feldmann’s book, “The Corporate Social Mind”
Angela Parker (she/her)
27:04
Cindy, that’s pretty cool! We love Derrick!
cindydashnaw
27:35
He’s great to work with.
realizedworth
30:49
@Cindy where are you based these days?
realizedworth
31:46
@Everyone - please feel free to add your linkedin details here in the chat if you'd like to expand your network with the cool people on this call.
cindydashnaw
32:28
I’m based in Texas, just outside of Austin. But don’t hold Texas against me LOL.
realizedworth
32:49
@Everyone: Please use the chat to a) ask questions in real time, b) add something to the conversation (links, reports, ideas, examples) and c) offer an alternative point of view - a difference of opinion.
Joy Stephens
33:01
https://www.linkedin.com/in/joystephens/
realizedworth
33:12
@Joy - perfect. Thank you
cindydashnaw
35:31
https://www.linkedin.com/in/cindydashnaw/
Paula Bernardino
35:55
https://www.linkedin.com/in/paula-bernardino/
realizedworth
36:13
@Paula - thanks for sharing!
realizedworth
37:20
@Paula, could you share a link for this? "The study “Engaging Employees through Corporate Social Responsibility Programs” conducted in July 2020 won the “Best Paper – Practitioner” award at 2020 CCI Milan Conference on Corporate Communication on September 17, 2020"
realizedworth
39:01
@Cindy - Texas has many good qualities too :)
Paula Bernardino
40:19
@realizedworth you beat me to it. I was looking for the link. This is a summary article of my study published by the Institute for Public Relations: https://instituteforpr.org/engaging-employees-through-corporate-social-responsibility-programs/
Chris Jarvis
41:18
@Paula - thank you so much!
Brian Kurth - Revere Software
42:24
Great conversation! Unfortunately I have to jump off for a client call…but keep up the great work, RW folks!
Chris Jarvis
42:38
@Brian - thanks for joining
cindydashnaw
45:09
You have to engage your entire staff to alert your communications people to these stories.
Joy Stephens
49:11
Don't grant funders help drive how a nonprofit collects and report data?
Jerome Tennille
50:30
To Nadine's point (about stakeholders not being involved), one of the biggest mistakes made when setting CSR goals is that many goals are set based on what the company wants to do, what they want to track, and not necessarily based on the goals of the specific community. CSR teams often set goals, and THEN after they set their goals then seek an organization they can partner with to support their CSR goal they created in a silo. It's backwards.
Chris Jarvis
50:53
@Jerome - GREAT observation
Joan Henderson
52:20
Thank you for this informative session.
cindydashnaw
53:22
@Jerome Totally agree.
Chris Jarvis
58:38
@Linda Gornitsky, love to have you share any insights or resources as you spend a lot of time thinking and DOING measurement :)
Jerome Tennille
01:06:15
To Nadine's point about the requirement and responsibility on CSR pros to get the buy-in to do this, I will share the hardest part of my job is Organizational Change Management on my part (to get that buy in)
Jerome Tennille
01:06:20
Easier said than done for sure
Linda Gornitsky
01:08:01
I recommend to my clients that their nonprofit partners determine the goals that the program is trying to achieve and the measurable objectives that they need to collect. Have developed toolkits to help both understand the measurement process.
Linda Gornitsky
01:08:53
Me is Linda Gornitsky
Paula Bernardino
01:08:56
absolutely!
Alma Pohler CVA
01:09:30
Would you please share the your tool kits? alma.pohler@fwisd.org
Alma Pohler CVA
01:10:05
From the point of view of nonprofit.
Angela Parker (she/her)
01:10:43
Wow - awesome session! Thank you, Nadine and Richard! Thank you, Chris and Dana!
cindydashnaw
01:10:55
LOVED it! Thank you all!
Dana Jenkins (she/her)
01:11:11
Thanks for joining everyone! and thank you Nadine and Richard for a great session!