December 12, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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How to engage millennials? Appeal to 3 core values, 3 core traits

With all the conflicting information on millennials' relationship with social change, how do we successfully engage these generations in positive behavior change?

Opportunities for Women in the Clean Economy

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) the gender-gap in the energy industry is well-documented - women hold only 27 percent of...

Are We Seeing the Emergence of the Enlightened CEO?

How can your average CEO gain a deeper understanding of CSR and embed it meaningfully into the business model?

Responsible Gambling, the Threat of Digital Gaming and Strategic Challenges in CSR: The MGM Team Responds

What does CSR mean for a brand like MGM Resorts International? The executive team responds to questions from a live Twitter chat.

The Resilience of Mindfulness: From Fear-based Leadership to Courageous Compassion

The shift from ruthlessness to mindfulness is happening. Ron Schultz explains on Talkback.

A Call to Action for HR: The Age of Sustainability Is Here

What about the triple bottom line for HR? Susan Camberis reviews a new guide on sustainability for HR pros. On Talkback.

Organizational Design: How HR Professionals Can Become Effective Sustainability Leaders

HR leaders are uniquely positioned to play a leadership role in sustainability. Seasoned HR executive Susan Camberis on Talkback.

Etsy's Recipe for Purpose: Creating a Culture Around Mindfulness

Etsy has cultivated passion and purpose to create a formidable workforce. Aaron Hurst examines in conversation with Matt Stinchcomb.

Honda Appoints First Woman to Its Board

Hideko Kunii named first female board member and foreigner promoted as carmaker shakes up Japanese corporate culture. Guardian.

Is Green Politics Just High-End Consumerism?

Instead of advocating "green" lifestyles that are financially and culturally inaccessible to millions, why not connect to race, class?



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