We are extremely pleased to introduce you to our emcees for 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands™ What’s Next. Join them as they share their insights and ideas and guide us through a two-day high-octane conversation. We will collectively explore this rapidly changing business environment and what’s next for companies as they face changing expectations of investors, employees, consumers, customers and partners.
ANNOUNCING EMCEES FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25 Catherine Hernandez-Blades, Senior Vice President; Chief Brand and Communications Officer, Aflac, and Mark Shamley, Vice President, Global Social Impact, Tupperware, lead corporate responsibility at two mission-driven Fortune 1000 brands.
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Mark Shamley was named ACCP’s president & CEO in August 2007 and has more than 19 years’ experience in corporate & public affairs, corporate social responsibility, business development and marketing.
Prior to joining ACCP, Shamley oversaw community relations and government affairs for the Orlando Magic and was instrumental in assisting the NBA franchise to win approval for construction of the Amway Center.
"If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime."
While there is some discussion on the origin of this quote, it is generally attributed to Lao Tzu, the Chinese founder of Taoism, in the 4th Century BC. Regardless of who said it, I believe it is a good rule of thumb.
Much has been written about the Millennials’ (aka Generation Y) entrance into the workplace. Chances are, unless you’ve been off the grid for the past three years or so, you’ve read or heard something about the seismic shift about to take place in corporate America as Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as the majority of the workforce.