According to the newly released 2016 PwC Global CEO survey, 64% of CEOs say that “corporate social responsibility (CSR) is core to their business rather than being a stand-alone program”. Why do CEOs care about CSR? Because they care about building trust with consumers, partners, governments, and their employees. Li Huaizhen, President of […]
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Inspiring stories and best practices about international volunteering - and how it's solving the talent gap.
When you return home from any extensive international trip, it’s normal to feel new emotions like loneliness, boredom, and even ‘Reverse Culture Shock’. It’s also normal to have a desire to return overseas, go on other trips, and finds ways to continue volunteering at home. The more immersive trip, the more powerful the emotions. According to Marquette […]
I’ll never forget the moment that our friend made up the word Experteering. Her name is Lynn, and she was hosting Derk and I on our first partnership building trip to New York. At the time, we had just started working on our new idea for a social enterprise, MovingWorlds.org. Our mission? Tackle the global […]
Corporations aren’t known as being the best global citizens, but they are improving because of the inspiring work of thousands of social intrapreneurs that work within them. These changemakers, at all levels within every business, are figuring out innovative ways to help their business do less harm and more good, while helping the business grow. No […]
In late 2015, I was shocked to learn that empathy was actually decreasing. This is a shame as empathy is not only something that makes you and the people around you happier, but it’s also a key ingredient for peace and social responsibility. It’s time we take more initiative in building our own empathy, and […]