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New Balance Closed Out 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference with Focus on Values and Connections

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By Tim Wilson, Editor & Writer, Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

On the final day of the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference speakers explored the roles that values and connections play in designing opportunity.

Rob DeMartini, President and Chief Executive Officer, of New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc. noted that the conference theme of Designing Opportunity is a great fit for New Balance where they design opportunity with their values.

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Boston College Corporate Citizenship Conference Speakers to Provide Insight from Every Corner of the Company

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CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., Dec. 4, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Successful corporate citizenship is the collective effort of everyone in the company and opportunity is realized best when citizenship is aligned with business strategy. This cross-enterprise approach will be featured during the keynote sessions of our 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference.

Share Your Corporate Citizenship Story on Video in Boston College’s 5th Annual Film Festival

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CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., November 14, 2012/ 3BL Media/ - With 4 billion videos watched on YouTube every day and projections that video will make up 75 percent of Internet traffic in the coming years, communicating by video has gone from a luxury to a necessity for any organization looking to tell its story.

Announcing the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference

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CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., Oct. 23, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Effective corporate citizenship creates opportunity for business, stakeholders, and the community. The 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference will help you build the knowledge it takes to recognize opportunity and act on it.

Dell’s Michele Glaze to Share Social Media Best Practices in Communication Course

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(3BL Media) September 21, 2012 - Social media today offer an exciting variety of communication channels for telling the story of your community involvement efforts internally and externally in an interactive way. Like any new tools, they present challenges and opportunities and require an understanding of their proper use if you want to maximize the potential.

Participate in Center Survey on Professionals in Corporate Citizenship

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The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is conducting its biennial survey regarding professionals in corporate citizenship (sometimes referred to as CSR, sustainability or corporate responsibility). This study will provide insight into the responsibilities, background, level of job satisfaction, and financial rewards connected to corporate citizenship.

Conquer the Community Involvement Communication Challenge and Create Opportunities

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(3BL Media) September 17, 2012 - With so many communication channels available today, telling the story of your community involvement efforts internally and externally presents a wide range of challenges and opportunities. Which channel should you use for different types of communications, and when? How can you craft a compelling message that can boost employee participation rates and build trust in the community?

Learn What it Takes to Effectively Measure Community Involvement Impact

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(3BL Media) September 12, 2012 - Community involvement professionals must be able to develop and execute effective measurement and evaluation processes as a tool for continuous program improvement. Like any other business managers, they need to identify goals and progress that shows a clear return on investment.

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