The final day of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was rich with inspiration and ideas, as attendees solidified connections, learned from each other and from experts in the field, and were introduced to next year’s Conference sponsor—UPS—during the event’s closing session.
With an agenda packed from dawn to dusk, day two of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was full of learning and networking—we even managed to network while getting some exercise! Highlights included an in-depth one-on-one with Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell, an on-site volunteer project benefiting Austin middle-schoolers, and more than 15 other sessions tackling subjects ranging from engaging veterans to navigating the reporting landscape.
Morning collaboration and the future and promise of technology
As with any good conference, the most difficult decision—other than how full to fill your plate at the buffet line—is typically which sessions to attend. With up to seven sessions happening concurrently, it can be a tough choice. Breakout sessions on Monday at the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference covered such topics as engaging veterans, transparency and governance, and engaging today's multi-generational workforce.
LONDON, April 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - More than 50 speakers join the Responsible Business in May in London.
Ethical Corporation spent 2014 discovering Europe’s most interesting 50 brands, with untold stories of impressive sustainability efforts, to take the Responsible Business platform in May and share their most successful sustainability experiences.
Sustainable innovation, industry collaboration and resource efficiency centre the debate throughout the two day Summit.
A friendly reminder: Registration rates for the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference will go up after tomorrow—register by midnight on February 27 and receive a $200 discount
The 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference kicks off on April 19th, 2015 in Austin, TX. If you plan to attend ONE industry event in 2015, you won’t want to miss this one. Registration provides you access to industry leaders like Michael Dell, 26 thought provoking breakout sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities with over 650 corporate citizenship practitioners. Take this opportunity to help shape your business goals for the future.
Our 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference is coming soon! We invite you to learn from and connect with some of the top corporate citizenship practitioners from around the world. We have 26 breakout sessions planned that will be packed with insight, proven success stories, and practical takeaways.
In order to execute a meaningful corporate citizenship vision, you must understand first the environment in which your company does business and be able to take advantage of changing market conditions. At the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, noted management consultant and author DonSull will share his insights on closing the gap between strategy and execution.
In May 2014, Secretary of State John Kerry addressed Boston College’s graduating class and urged them to meet the threat of climate change head-on. His challenge to the next generation of leaders echoed his recent call to action to diplomats across the world, urging them to elevate the environment in everything they do and work together to adopt a new, ambitious environmental agreement by 2020.
Uniquely tailored 2.5 day event brings experts from around the world to learn, grow, and network
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., Nov. 4, 2014 /3BL Media/ - The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Carroll School of Management is pleased to announce its 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, a 2.5 day event uniquely tailored to corporate citizenship practitioners that brings leaders from around the world to learn, grow, and network.