If you have a robustcorporate volunteerism program, there’s no doubt you’ve encountered a volunteer opportunity that calls for a waiver. Waivers are commonplace, whether they’re slips of paper passed around with a clipboard and pen or they’re digital forms signed with your finger at an easy-to-use waiver kiosk.
You asked, we answered! Our team has collected a list of books that guide and shape our business, our teamwork, and our transformative approach to volunteering. From entrepreneurship to social impact to psychological safety, this list will set you up to get the best out of life and work. We hope you enjoy!
Disclaimer: We are a team of readers, so we forced ourselves to pick only a few recent favorites rather than listing every book we love. If you want more, just let us know!
You deserve an award! Ever wonder about those lists that recognize the best corporate citizenship and social impact programs – and why your company isn’t on them? If you’re doing great work, it’s important to put your name out there for recognition. By doing so, you’ll establishbetter best practices and set a new bar for companies to follow. Not sure where to start? Check out the list below and let us know if you have questions!
Just getting started in corporate volunteering? Our friends at Pathable have provided some quick and easy ways to dip your corporate toe into employee volunteering without creating an extensive strategy or Volunteer Leaders Network. When you’re ready to go deeper, contact us at Realized Worth! In the meantime, read here for accessible ways to get started.
Sustainably innovative corporate community engagement programs offer training modules, toolkits, and scheduled support to well-structured networks of employee volunteers. Did you know there are eight key practices that make Employee Volunteer Leaders successful? Check them out here and let us know if you have questions!
When it comes to recruiting employees, there are probably many ways your recruitment team helps prospective employees get to know your company and its culture. After all, company culture, ethics, and work environment all make up a big part of a candidate’s decision to join your team. However, there’s another area that has a huge impact on a candidate’s decision-making process, and it’s an area that many companies are focusing on more and more. We’re talking about social good.
What is the key to making your employee volunteering and giving programs scalable, measurable and meaningful? Best practices? Unlimited resources? Realized Worth’s Chris Jarvis suggests three shifts in perspective and intention that make all the difference: