The success of a business is measured in myriad ways, sometimes changing hourly, weekly, or annually. In the short- and long-term, a company will find itself facing any number of challenges and it must be prepared to respond or have the foresight to be proactive.
NEW YORK, June 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ —Representing $800 billion in market capitalization, nine CEOs from the biopharma sector will speak virtually about their company’s long-term approach to sustainable business, June 7-8, 2021.
As we commemorate the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd which occurred on May 25, 2020, we have seen this killing spark a national reckoning, a burning in our hearts as we call for action, and a beacon of light in the movement for racial justice. CECP reflects on our journey made both inside our organization and with our coalition companies. We are also looking to the hard work that lies ahead.
CEOs can use Gallup’s 5 ESG items to benchmark employees’ perceptions and attitudes
NEW YORK, April 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ — Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP) and Gallup, the global advice and analytics firm, announced a strategic collaboration to help companies benchmark and make progress on important metrics related to corporate purpose and sustainability. Through this partnership, Gallup will offer five scientifically validated question items that map to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting standards--the Gallup Sustainability 5 (GS5).
To accelerate the progress and impact of business efforts to address racial equity, Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP), Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), The Council on Foundations, and Points of Light collaborated to host a two-day conference in December of 2020 titled, “Racial Equity: Moving Companies from Promise to Action”. Gathering the foremost leaders in the field, the conference provided case studies on peer companies that are pushing the needle forward, conversations with voices from the movement, and actions companies can take.
By Julie Clugage, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Team4Tech
“Paralysis” is how one Adobe corporate social responsibility leader described March 2020. Seemingly overnight, all in-person volunteering programs at the multinational software company halted. As the pandemic dragged on, Adobe was forced to completely redefine its employee volunteering initiatives.