All CCOs are not created equally. But they’re getting closer.
After decades working alongside chief communications officers, I figured other corporate professional masquerading under the CCO acronym had little in common with the wordsmiths who manage corporate messaging.
That myth was exploded when I attended a gathering of the other CCO-- chief compliance officers – and realized their concerns about corporate reputation were completely aligned with the ink-stained wretches who manage comms.
Always campaign is changing perceptions and building confidence during puberty
Last summer, we launched our Always#LikeAGirl campaign to shed a light on the power of words and how the commonly-used phrase “like a girl”—often used as an insult—can have a significant effect on girls’ self-confidence.
International Women's Day and Women's History Month in March shine a spotlight on the contributions of women, including achievements related to the workplace. Baxter prides itself on building an inclusive and diverse environment in which women and men can thrive and advance on a personal and professional level.
By Martha Schlicher, Corporate Engagement, Monsanto
International Women’s Day was established to promote progress and equality for women in all walks of life and all fields. Agriculture is one area where the contributions of women are widespread, critically important and rapidly growing. Yet, these contributions also are not as well-known or appreciated as they should be.
Letra Uno Publishes Book of Essays Written by Children International Volunteer Moms
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Kansas City, MO, March 7, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Tomorrow is International Women’s Day, and this year’s theme is “Inspiring Change.” Children International has encouraged advocacy for women’s advancement by partnering with Letra Uno, a charity in Mexico that promotes literacy, to host a workshop called “Mujeres a la Voz” or “Women Speaking Out.” The workshop helped 52 volunteer mothers develop their reading skills and learn how to express themselves through writing. Now their essays are published in a book called “Mujeres a la Voz: Cincuenta historias de vida.”