Employees, customers, consumers, investors, and regulators are paying more attention than ever to how corporations are aligned with social issues and community organizations. However, many corporations still dont understand the business case for community investment, havent benchmarked their programs, and havent got a mechanism for continuous improvement. On April 24, I’ll be leading a seminar in Toronto about the business case for community investment and how corporations can increase the ROI from programs in this area. I designed this seminar to help people understand the impact of community investments on the stakeholders that matter most to corporations: employees, customers, consumers, investors, and local communities.
The seminar is limited to 20 participants and you can access all the information at on the learning section of the Impakt website.