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.
Attendees heard from the co-author of The Purpose-Driven Professional, Nate Wong, who covered topics from this paper and the Deloitte 2016 Annual Millennial Survey.
CSR and HR experts engage in a panel discussion and audience Q&A about how CSR and Human Resources align to achieve shared goals.
We all want our CSR programs to have a strong social impact — on our employees, on our communities, and on critical social issues. We also want to help our businesses do well by doing good through these CSR programs.
CVNY hosted a Professional Development session for members focused on leadership with speaker Valia Glytsis, CEO and Founder of The Paradox of Leadership.
CVNY members welcomed the summer months with a Summer Soiree Cocktail Party at the Gramercy Hotel Rooftop. At each networking event, we hold a raffle of giveaways provided by member companies.
Corporate volunteering may be trending toward skills-based, pro bono, and board leadership, but the “company-wide day of service” continues to be one of the most successful employee engagement programs.
The March 2016 session focused on helping CVNY members realize their careers within and beyond strictly corporate social responsibility roles.