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World’s first social impact bond sees results

World’s first social impact bond sees results

The Peterborough Social Impact Bond reduced reoffending of short-sentenced offenders by 9%.
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The Millennial Marketplace And The Propagation Of The Triple Bottom Line

The Millennial Marketplace And The Propagation Of The Triple Bottom Line

Backed by an impressive $2.45 trillion in spending power, millennials now represent the world’s most important consumer category.
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5 Tips for Building a Strong Social Brand

5 Tips for Building a Strong Social Brand

Social media has become as important as public relations, as it's even been integrated into the overall PR strategy for many companies. It's necessary to understand the usefulness of social media and how it can positively impact your business.
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10 Principles For Developing Strategic Leaders

10 Principles For Developing Strategic Leaders

Most companies have leaders with the strong operational skills needed to maintain the status quo. But they are facing a critical deficit: They lack people with the know-how, experience, and confidence required to tackle “wicked problems.” Such problems can’t be solved by a single command, they have causes that seem incomprehensible and solutions that seem uncertain, and they often require companies to transform the way they do business.
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Social Impact of Exponential Technologies

Social Impact of Exponential Technologies

Call it corporate social responsibility 2.0: Organizations are looking to use exponential technologies to drive social change and unlock new business opportunities.
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Putting Sustainability at the Heart of Small Businesses

Putting Sustainability at the Heart of Small Businesses

In these times of innovation and entrepreneurship, we often hear stories or read articles about how some people quit a corporate job to set up their own company. We watch documentaries and see news reports of how corporations are harming family businesses as they greedily seek to gobble up more profits. Or, on the contrary, we hear about how some wonderful corporations are teaming up with governments and non-profits to help overcome the biggest s...
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Why CFOs Are Expanding Their Roles to Include CSR

Why CFOs Are Expanding Their Roles to Include CSR

Increasingly chief financial officers are vital stakeholders in generating greater company value through corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives like clean energy procurement.
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8 Things Purposeful Leaders Do Differently Every Day

8 Things Purposeful Leaders Do Differently Every Day

If you haven’t seen an article, listened to a talk or read an email that extols the ways that purpose is working for businesses like yours, you’re living under a rock. Type “business purpose” into Google, you’ll get over one billion search results (in 1.02 seconds).
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From CSR to CEO

From CSR to CEO

Quite often, talent development professionals rack their brains for great ideas, or go on an extensive search for that elusive and costly leadership programme to groom their high potential executives. Quek Shi Yun, deputy director of corporate giving at National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre, explains why CSR can be the answer organisations are searching for.
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UN Forum Showcases Partnerships for SDGs

UN Forum Showcases Partnerships for SDGs

17 July 2017: Member States, UN agencies, UN Regional Commissions, and stakeholders reviewed the work of several multi-stakeholder partnerships and voluntary initiatives in driving implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), during the second annual Partnership Exchange. Through sharing expertise and lessons learned, participants also discussed ways in which partnerships can address some of the challenges encountered by countries ...
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