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The February CVNY meeting focused on Professional Development day and took place on February 21st at S&P Global. The event provided CVNY members with resources needed to succeed, both personally and professionally. The day featured three main sessions, detailed below
The CVNY October meeting was held at Disney ABC on October 11th and focused around CSR Communications to diverse stakeholder groups. Alison Servi, John Wise and Danielle Sherman from Kelton Global spoke to the group about best practices and where
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Following the success of the January peer-to-peer facilitated networking and discussions, Corporate Volunteers of New York is holding a second session for our final June meeting of the year.
Join your CVNY colleagues at the annual Summer Soiree on May 8! This year, we’re excited to host the event at the Bryant Park Grill Rooftop – 25 W. 40th St., New York, NY 10018. Network with members over Hors
Measurement is one of the most important, time consuming and constantly evolving areas of the CSR space. join in a conversation as we discuss how technology and collaboration can help increase measurement quality while reducing time spent doing it.
Stronger business reputation and loyalty, is one of the major business benefits of CSR programs. But if no one knows about the amazing programs that you’re running, your company may not be getting the full business and social benefits.
CVNY’s annual Professional Development Day included three sessions ranging from exploring personality types in business to analyzing various companies’ social impact structures and strategies. Members who arrived in time for breakfast also took advantage of the photographer taking professional headshots.
This session focused on deepening our network’s connections and sharing best practices. Prior to the session, members completed a survey highlighting areas where their program excels and needs improvement.