September 01, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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What’s Life Really Like for Female Tech Entrepreneurs?

Winding up my SXSW coverage, a panel close to my heart — Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Backwards in Heels.

A Business Book For Sustainability Leaders

Leading teams is not about team-building activities – these do not work. It's about clarity and challenging people beyond their current capabilities.

Sustainability As Leadership Beacon

An Interview with Abigail Rodgers, VP of Sustainability Strategy and Communication at Coca Cola

How women are lifting up Haiti

Today, while many bemoan the slow state of recovery, communities all over Haiti are working hard, transforming the disaster into an opportunity.

Occupy the Dream: The Mathematics of Racism

As we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr, it appears we are a far less prejudiced country than we...

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Why Diversity Matters

Calvert Investments' Aditi Mohapatra wants to issue a wake-up call on diversity as a key indicator of long-term shareholder value. Jayne Flannery reports.

More Women, Higher Quality CSR?

New research shows the strong connection between having more women in executive management and "greater corporate social responsibility" | Sustainable Business Forum.

BSR 2011: Welcoming the Seven Billionth Sustainability Leader

GreenBiz writer John Davies reports from BSR 2011 and reviews how business for social responsibility has come full circle.

What Goes Around, Comes Around: How CSR Helps Your Recruiting

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) isn't on the front of most hiring manager's minds, but it should be. Aman Singh is interviewed on HireBetter.

Everyday Heroes: Steve Jobs in Perspective

The world has lost Steve Jobs - and Dr. Ralph Steinman, Wangari Maathai and Sophie de Villers. Mitchell Beer remembers on Talkback.



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