November 11, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Leadership Academy for Corporate Citizenship Professionals

Organizer: Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Date: 11.04.13, 08:00AM – 11.08.13, 05:00AM ET

Location:Boston, MA

Sponsor:Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College


Leadership is critical to the advancement of good corporate citizenship within and beyond the boundaries of your company. You may be leading your company’s transition toward strategic integrated corporate citizenship; or you may be trying to take a specific component of your company’s corporate citizenship strategy to a new level. This program Leadership_Academywill help you understand and strengthen your ability as a leader so that you can engage and influence others to achieve improved organizational alignment, broader buy-in across the organization and, ultimately, increase long-term business and social value.

Leaders with corporate citizenship responsibilities encounter common challenges:

  • Developing innovative, high-impact corporate citizenship initiatives that support the business
  • Engaging colleagues across the firm and at all levels – including executives – in the development and execution of strategy
  • Demonstrating and communicating the value of corporate citizenship initiatives
  • Expanding high-performing programs, whether regionally, nationally or globally
  • Aligning programs with other corporate citizenship initiatives
  • Navigating organizational transitions such as mergers & acquisitions and CEO and direct supervisor transitions

The Corporate Citizenship Leadership Academy is an intensive five-month program for developing leaders with strategic responsibilities within the corporate citizenship spectrum – from community involvement to diversity/inclusion to supply chain to EHS. The program is a comprehensive blend of on-campus instructor-led classes and off-campus, facilitated distance learning.

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