Monthly Archives: May 2016

Here is an Innovative CSR Initiative

In my search for innovative CSR practices, I came across a 2012 article posted by Brave One that highlighted 5 standout initiatives. Some of them were underwhelming. [Insert yawn.] Others got me thinking! Domtar is the largest marketer and manufacturer … Continue reading

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CSR Requires a Thick Skin

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’m on a quest to identify companies that are participating in really unique and innovative Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. But that is easier said than done – mostly because the job itself is … Continue reading

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I’m Not Your Gal.

Recently, a group of consultants were meeting and we were talking about our different styles. The woman who jumpstarted the conversation boldly stated that if her clients didn’t like her tattoos, her quirky sense of humor or her bluntness, then … Continue reading

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Traditional CSR? I’m Bored.

If you Google the latest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) news from around the U.S., you’ll find articles on a grocery store that gave milk to a local food bank; a company that was recognized for its Employee Health and Wellness … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Role of the Nonprofit Board

I recently spoke with an Executive Director about joining his Board of Directors. I think his organization is accomplishing important work and is making a difference in our community. I’m truly excited to be a part of what they are … Continue reading

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