Every year, Realized Worth publishes a list of CSR and employee volunteering conferences. We try to be as comprehensive as we can, but sometimes a few great events sneak up on us toward the end of the summer. This year, we’re excited to be part of three of those upcoming events!
Here are the details in chronological order; click the event title to register. We hope to see you!
CSRHub Co-Founder and CEO, Cynthia Figge, will be speaking at Sustainable Brands New Metrics ’17 Conference, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, held on November 13-15, 2017. Cynthia will speak at the plenary on Nov. 14th on “From Disclosure to Performance: Building the Virtuous Loop”. Cynthia will present new insights between ESG disclosure and perceived CSR performance, and highlight CSRHub’s findings on 7,000+ equities that have both disclosure and performance metrics, representing more than 90% of world market capitalization.
Daniel Elliott, Key Client Manager at PYXERA Global, to Discuss Innovative Approaches to Global Pro Bono at the Russia Pro Bono Summit in Moscow
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 28, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Experts and companies looking to explore the field of Global Pro Bono are convening in Moscow to discuss the road map for Global Pro Bono (GPB) in Russia. This will be the first Pro Bono Summit in Russia, as Russian companies develop a growing interest in the field of GPB. Hosted by Deloitte and Taproot Foundation, Daniel Elliott, a Key Client Manager from PYXERA Global, will speak on a few highlights from the breadth of PYXERA Global’s global pro bono practice.
Around the world corporate executives recognize that it's no longer enough to simply deliver value to shareholders. Increasingly, companies are being called upon to offer innovative and scalable solutions to the world's most pressing challenges in a way that delivers societal value and contributes to the bottom line. We call this shared value.
Leadership Development Event Features Dr. Clayton Christensen
“Disruption matters to innovation.” Those were the words from the world's foremost authority on disruptive innovation, Dr. Clayton Christensen, as he inspired attendees to “Think. Again.” at the second annual IDEAcademy. Hosted by Eastman and East Tennessee State University’s College of Business and Technology, the event featured several thought leaders in the world of innovation and leadership.
NEW YORK, September 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The United Nations Global Compact recognized 10 SDG Pioneers – individuals from around the world who are championing sustainability through their own companies and mobilizing the broader business community to take action in pursuit of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs). Six SDG Pioneers were recognized on stage during the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2017 on 21 September at the New York Hilton Midtown.
Register for an online course by Sept 22 and save $200 with Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship.
September 21, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Ready to advance your career and develop essential CSR skills right in your office chair?
Online courses at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship offer the same knowledge, research, and tools that you gain from our in-person executive education, still taught by business experts and top faculty from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
CSRHub Co-Founder and CEO, Cynthia Figge, will be speaking at the 28th Annual SRI Conference. This event will be held on November 1-3rd in San Diego, CA. During this conference, thought leaders, investors and investment professionals from all corners of the Sustainable, Responsible, Impact (SRI) investing universe convene to gain and share knowledge and strategies that align financial performance with positive change. Cynthia will be speaking at a session titled “Know What You Own: Truth Beyond the Façade”.
Recently, in response to the 45th president’s shameful mishandling of the incidents in Charlottesville, Virgina, UC Berkeley Energy Professor Daniel Kammen resigned as a State Dept. Science Envoy. His resignation letter picked up national attention — in part because the first letter of each paragraph spelled out the word “IMPEACH.” This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from Prof. Kammen, learn more about his role of special envoy, how it changed under the current administration, and some of the reasons why he felt the need to leave the post.