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At Timberland, we are working to integrate corporate social responsibility into everything we do. This means empowering employees to make informed business decisions, inspiring our employees and community members to invest sweat equity in their community, and communicating this message to our consumers in a way that is heroic, but also accessible. These lofty goals can not be achieved with the insight and collaboration of our stakeholder community - and we commit to honoring your engagement by incorporating your wisdom into the work we do everyday.
As our stakeholder community gets even more sophisticated in their understanding of corporate sustainability issues, they are demanding greater information about the claims we make publicly. This is where transparency, accountability and reporting must play an integral role in our CSR efforts.
By visiting this page, youre already engaging with Timberland. Our goals are to gain feedback about our initiatives and learn from your ideas, suggestions, and experiences. So talk with us on the Just Means Good Work feed conversations and well be sure to weigh in with our thoughts!
You can also learn more about Timberland by going to www.earthkeeper.com - our new stakeholder engagement portal where you can find our reporting, events, blog and more! Here, we aim to engage with you to:Widen the diversity of stakeholders we interact with - we invite you to join the Earthkeeper network to learn about new Timberland initiatives. Scale conversations on key issues responsible businesses face- see www.earthkeeper.com/voicesofchallenge for discussions on climate change, product stewardship, global human rights and community engagement. Learn from your feedback to improve our approach - Leave us comments about our progress. Take steps in your own life to reduce your impacts. We look forward to hearing from you.
Timberland Stakeholder Dialogue: Employee & Citizen Engagement
Beginning in 2008, Timberland has hosted quarterly calls with a diverse set of stakeholders to support the launch of our long-term corporate CSR strategy.
Our August 4, 2009 call featured a discussion about how we're building an Earthkeeper movement to empower our own employees and citizens worldwide to incorporate sustainability into their everyday lives.
- Jeff Swartz, CEO of Timberland
- Deron Triff, Co-Founder of Changents.com
The podcast from this call is now live! Click on the Event Media tab to listen.
HELP US CONTINUE THE DIALOGUE ONLINE: How we can empower all different types of stakeholders to begin to live more sustainably?
HELP US CONTINUE THE DIALOGUE ONLINE:
How we can empower all different types of stakeholders to begin to live more sustainably?Post your comments, questions, and ideas here (or on the event page) before and after the call.
You can also follow our CEO and engage with him personally on Twitter at Timberland_Jeff.
Website : http://www.timberland.com/csr; www.earthkeeper.com