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Sixth Lilly Global Day of Service to Address Hunger

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This guest blog comes from Beth Hunter, associate communications consultant for Lilly Health, Safety, and Environment and communications lead for Lilly's 2013 Global Day of Service.

Since the Global Day of Service launched in 2008, Lilly employees have given 625,000 hours of service to communities around the world. This year, more than 20,000 employees will participate in nearly 60 countries, from Australia to Honduras and many places in between.

A Heart for Service

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A Lilly scientist, David Raches has a heart for service. Most of his volunteer work has focused on a community he’s familiar with—his own. That is until he stepped off a plane in Salvador, Brazil, in June 2012. As a Lilly ambassador with Connecting Hearts Abroad, David stepped into an unfamiliar, underserved community far outside his comfort zone. That’s when his life changed in ways he could not have foreseen.

Source Intelligence Presents The Virtual Symposium Debut of Ed Viesturs, “No Shortcuts to the Top”

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On Wednesday, October 9th at 10am PDT, Source Intelligence’s virtual conflict minerals symposium series will feature Ed Viesturs and his presentation entitled, “No Shortcuts to the Top”.

The high-altitude mountaineer, motivational speaker and author will discus his record-breaking climbs and a new era where stakeholders of major corporations will need to embrace the increasingly critical role of the CSR for their organization’s global success.

Source Intelligence Launches New Blog Focused On Answering The Tough Questions

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With the pressure on companies to comply to Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act, it is understandable that difficult questions are being asked.  In response to this, Source Intelligence is launching a new blog to answer all the tough questions asked by both current and potential clients.  Source Intelligence has gathered the experts to go in depth to explain the important details and give advice about the best course of action.  

Baxter Advocates on Behalf of Diverse patient Populations

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Case Study: Baxrter Advocates on Behalf of Diverse Patient Populations

Baxter engages in a variety of advocacy and community outreach efforts throughout the year to educate policymakers on issues affecting patients. These efforts also provide opportunities outside of the office for Baxter employees to voluntarily engage and raise awareness of healthcare disparities and diseases that disproportionately impact the populations they represent.

Cadillac Metropolitan Pittsburgh Dealer Advertising Association Funds 11 Starlight Children’s Foundation® Tablets for Three Pittsburgh Hospitals Using CBS EcoMedia WellnessAd Advertising

“Power On!” celebration held to honor Cadillac dealers’ funding for the more than 5,300 pediatric patients its donation will support over the next year
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PITTSBURGH, PA, October 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Cadillac Metropolitan Pittsburgh Dealer Advertising Association has partnered with CBS EcoMedia Inc. through its WellnessAd advertising to fund 11 Starlight Tablets for three Pittsburgh hospitals: Allegheny General Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, and The Children’s Institute.

Transformational Company Case Study: Solutions-Oriented

CocaCola demonstrates being Solutions-Oriented via initiatives addressing social issue of obesity
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Solutions-Oriented - Working with key stakeholders, adopt business models and strategies that address systemic social, economic and environmental problems; scale solutions in all aspects of the company, including relationships with customers and suppliers.

 

Sodexo Helps College Students with Dietary Restrictions Safely Navigate the Maze of Campus Dining

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College students with food allergies and other dietary restrictions get some help from Sodexo, whose Simple Servings food station keeps them from guessing their meal contents, ultimately keeping them safe. Read More at USA TODAY College.

Predictors of Substance Abuse Identified among Teens with Bipolar Disorder

Reports new study in Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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Washington D.C., October 2, 2013 – A study published in the October 2013 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry found that approximately one in three teens with bipolar disorder developed substance abuse, for the first time, during 4 years of follow-up. The study also identified several risk factors that predicted who among these teens was most likely to develop substance abuse.

Source Intelligence Presents The Virtual Conflict Minerals Symposium Series Featuring Chris Gopal

Last chance to register for this weeks exciting installment
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This week the virtual conflict minerals symposium series will feature Chris Gopal and his presentation entitled, “The Challenges and Situation from the Global Supply Chain Perspective". 

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