Key Take Aways from the Social Impact Leadership Conference

At the recent SILC 2019 conference, Pete Karns, VP of Operations at CyberGrants, met and talked with CyberGrants clients about the state of their Corporate Social Responsibility programs
Jul 24, 2019 11:10 AM ET
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By Pete Karns, VP Operations

One of the great parts of my role at CyberGrants is the strategic interaction with our clients. I love our clients. The energy and passion for what they do – across grant making and employee programs – is contagious. Our clients quite literally change the world for the better, sometimes on a large scale, and always on an individual scale. At the recent SILC 2019 conference, I had the opportunity to meet and talk with many of our clients about the state of their Corporate Social Responsibility programs.

First, globalization of CSR, or perhaps better said, the centralized planning and reporting of CSR, is hot. Now, I know it is a global economy, but in many ways CSR activity is not planned, executed, and reported on a consistent basis – within a consistent governance framework. The push to standardize and centralize is HERE.

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