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CASE STUDY: Deloitte University: A Career-Long Investment in Leadership Excellence

A Case study by Diana O’Brien, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP & Deloitte University managing principal and Bill Pelster, managing principal, Talent Development, Deloitte LLP
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In this case study, Diana O’Brien, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP & Deloitte University managing principal and Bill Pelster, managing principal, Talent Development, Deloitte LLP, present the ‘making of’ Deloitte University, Deloitte’s $300 million brick-and-mortar learning facility – from inception to completion – and how the University’s new approach to talent development is essential to Deloitte’s culture.

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In this case study, Diana O’Brien, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP & Deloitte University managing principal and Bill Pelster, managing principal, Talent Development, Deloitte LLP, present the ‘making of’ Deloitte University, Deloitte’s $300 million brick-and-mortar learning facility – from inception to completion – and how the University’s new approach to talent development is essential to Deloitte’s culture.

End the Dropout Crisis: Leave a Comment and AT&T Will Donate $2

Write a comment about how you'll help keep kids in school and AT&T will donate $2.
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Learn about the programs that assist in increasing high school graduation rates. AT&T Aspire supports America's Promise to increase the nation's graduation rate to 90% by 2020. http://www.causes.com/causes/639835-connect-for-good

AT&T Announces Quarter-Billion-Dollar Expansion Of Education Commitment

'Socially Innovative' Approach To Increase High School Graduates, Boost Workplace Readiness; New Study: Graduation Rates Improve, But Dropouts Remain Too High
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(3BL Media) Washington, DC - March 19, 2012 - As access to skilled workers becomes increasingly vital to the U.S. economy, AT&T is launching a quarter-billion-dollar campaign to help more students graduate from high school ready for careers and college, and to ensure the country is better prepared to meet global competition.

ING KiDS ROCK Gets Kids Running in Dallas

What does Dallas have to offer besides Tony Romo and the Cowboys?
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Screaming kids and a pop-punk rock alternative music group set the stage for ING Kids Rock Dallas on Saturday, March 24, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. Nearly 800 kids in grades K–7 became “marathon finishers,” completing a cumulative marathon training program of 25.2 miles in the weeks leading up to race day. On race day, the kids felt a huge sense of accomplishment as they crossed the finish line. They received a medal, T-shirt and goodie bag.

April is National Volunteer Month

Support Cabot Creamery Cooperative's Reward Volunteers. Do Good for Cooperatives, Volunteers and Non-Profit Organizations
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(3BL Media) Methuen, MA – April 4, 2012 – America has a proud history of volunteerism dating back to the days of our founding fathers. In honor of all volunteers who give their time and service to make America a better place, April is deemed National Volunteer Month and encompasses National Volunteer Week that runs from April 15-21 this year.

What I learned at the #BCConf12 – International Corporate Citizenship Conference

Campbell's Dave Stangis posts a few thoughts on the 2012 Boston College International Corporate Citizenship Conference
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More than 500 CSR practitioners exchanged ideas this week in AZ at BC’s International Corporate Citizenship Conference.  By now, they are all heading home or are already there, and if they are like me, they have a list of great ideas. Everyone I met gave me at least one idea – thank you – you know who you are.  I’m not sure if Corporations are wired to learn, but I know people are. 

ING KiDS ROCK Gets D.C. Kids on Road to Healthier Lifestyle

A Little Rain Couldn't Stop Them From Running
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Guess what? Kids love running in the rain just as much as they love playing in the snow! It was evident at ING KiDS ROCK D.C. on Friday, March 16, at the D.C. Armory’s Parking Lot 6. The rain couldn’t stop nearly 800 kids in grades K-7 from running their final one mile. “It’s awesome that these kids can boast about being ‘marathoners’ — not something a lot of adults can claim,” said Dr. Andy Baldwin, U.S. Navy physician and ING KiDS ROCK and ING Run For Something Better® ambassador.

Here's a Super St. Paddy's Day Secret... Luck is Amplified by Doing Good!

‘Reward Volunteers®’ Announces the First Round of LUCKY Winners And Recipes To Treat Volunteers in Your Community
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(3BL Media) Cabot, VT - March 15, 2012 - Here’s a super Saint Patrick’s Day secret... You don’t need the “luck of the Irish” to find good people. Our first round of winners, who used Reward Volunteers, the powerful new iPhone and computer widget created by Cabot Creamery Cooperative and Chalo, Inc., found out their time to volunteer and automatic posts to Facebook earned big rewards for themselves and the organizations they serve.

ING KiDS ROCK Gets Kids on Road to Fitness at D.C. Armory

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* Nearly 1,000 local kids to get moving and get healthy on Friday, March 16, at 5:30pm * Olympian Jim Ryun, Dr. Andy Baldwin, sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein to attend * Late registration available at Health & Fitness Expo

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* Nearly 1,000 local kids to get moving and get healthy on Friday, March 16, at 5:30pm * Olympian Jim Ryun, Dr. Andy Baldwin, sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein to attend * Late registration available at Health & Fitness Expo

Kimberly-Clark’s Bob Stargel Named One of Savoy Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America

Vice President of Global Nonwovens Recognized for Leadership and Influence within Kimberly-Clark and Community
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(3BL Media) Dallas, TX - March 13, 2012 - Kimberly-Clark Corporation (NYSE: KMB) today announced that Robert N.

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