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2021 CSR and Sustainability Conferences Guide


The go-to guide for CSR and sustainability professionals has arrived! The Realized Worth 2021 Conference Guide showcases conferences from around the world that are rich with industry expertise, fresh takes, challenging topics, and great speakers.

The guide includes a comprehensive, month-by-month listing of conferences with an interactive map so you can search by location.

Explore the guide now!

Looking Back: The Best Signature Program of 2020


Want to offer meaningful support to employees in these strange and uncertain times? Consider the example of health care company based north of Chicago that has succeeded not only in engaging employees through volunteerism, but also increased enthusiasm for their Signature Program and held a wildly successful virtual training despite the challenges of the pandemic. How are they doing it? And what best practices can you learn from as you plan for 2021? 

3 Tips for Finding Virtual Volunteering Opportunities


Realized Worth has spent the year like everyone else – adapting, adjusting, and committing to adding value in a new world of remote work where human connection is more important than ever. So, we’ve produced products and services (like our Virtual Volunteer Accelerator and our Volunteer Champion training series!) to meet people where they are. Some of our friends in the field like Common Impact, Benevity, Points of Light, Taproot, Revere, YourCause, GozAround, and others have done the same!

The Next Four Years: What Does It Mean for Corporate Citizenship?


On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, I opened my laptop and set up tabs for six different news outlets. Then, in what I imagine to be perfect synchronicity with hundreds of thousands of people in America and around the world, I spent the next 8 hours clicking from one tab to the next, counting, calculating, waiting, texting.

When Volunteering is Too Easy: Better Ways to Engage and Activate Employee Volunteers


This year more than most, everyone is terrified to ask their employees to do anything beyond the basics of their jobs. They’re busy, they’re exhausted, they just can’t. “We shouldn’t ask our employees to do more right now. They just don’t have time.” The solution? Just make it easier. Curate the volunteer opportunities, plan the events, send out the awards – and then all employees will have to do is show up, make a difference, feel good, and get back to work. It’s the only way to meet them where they are without canceling volunteering altogether. Right?

Inspiring Your Employees (and Alumni) to Change the World

Hear insights on why the Purpose Mindset creates a business advantage for companies to develop a clear sense of purpose and support the cultivation of purpose mindset to create maximum value for its employees, society, and its business.

This month's guest, Akhtar Badshah, is the Founder and Chief Catalyst of the "Catalytic Innovators Group" and a distinguished practitioner at the University of Washington.

Reciprocity and Corporate Social Justice


The new parameters defined by a global pandemic have pushed us to reveal versions of ourselves that don’t fit the standard definition of professional. Why does the lack of polish feel so compelling? In the waves of uncertainty, faced with hard choices, and brought face to face with just how privileged we actually are as knowledge workers – it’s easier to connect with that which is perceived as more “human.”

Atlantic Canada Employee Volunteering Survey

Organizations looking to be a part of Atlantic Canada's corporate volunteer story are asked to complete the 30-minute survey by November 30.
Press Release

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia., October 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Today, the Atlantic Corporate Volunteer Council (ACVC), in partnership with IMPACT2030 and a number of like-minded businesses and nonprofit representatives from organizations such as TD Bank Group announced an exciting initiative that will be presented to the United Nations.

Employee Engagement in CSR Partnerships


In an age where companies are becoming increasingly engaged with their communities through their corporate work, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is fast evolving into an all-encompassing endeavor. The Satell Institute, based in Philadelphia, PA, a Think and Do Tank Dedicated to Corporate Social Responsibility, — fosters such partnerships between corporations and nonprofits.

Engaging Employees in Pro-Democratic and Pro-Voting Actions without being Partisan.

Join us to discuss this fascinating and complicated issue, and the role business leaders should (and should not) play in promoting prosocial citizenship.

Learn. Connect. Act.

The Listen Up! Show is presented by the RW Institute and The Atlantic Canada Corporate Volunteer Council.

We Will Discuss: Engaging Employees in Pro-Democratic and Pro-Voting Actions without being Partisan.


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