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Knowledge shared from LBG Canada, a network of community investment professionals. Topics may include: Importance of auditing and benchmarking, community investment, employee engagement, performance measurement, employee volunteering and giving, etc.

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LBG Canada November Regional Meeting Series
October 13, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals are an opportunity for companies to communicate their impact vision as a part of a global movement.  Learn the value of mapping your community investment and social impact vision to the Sustainable Development Goals at one of LBG Canada's Regional Meetings this November! LBG Canada will be hosting...
Oct 13, 2016 1:40 PM ET
Engaging Millennials Through Employee Volunteering Programs
Millennials are aware of, and expect, the companies that they work with and for to have a comprehensive CSR strategy, including employee volunteering programs. Join Volinspire Tuesday, September 27 at 10:00 a.m. MST to learn how to engage current and prospective millennial employees through the use of technology to communicate your employee volunteering programs. To register or...
Sep 6, 2016 11:30 AM ET
Enhancing Reporting
A growing importance has been placed on organizations, by the public, to report above and beyond the financial status of the organization. Stakeholders expect enhanced reporting practices as they want to be actively communicated with, regarding the community investment activities. Increasingly, organizations are releasing annual community...
Mar 18, 2015 2:00 PM ET
What to Consider when Choosing a Community Partner
Trends indicate that companies with community investment programs are interested in partnering with community based organizations and institutions. By working with community partners, companies are able to directly benefit communities, while also strengthening relationships with their customers and employees. For effective long-term partnerships, it is important for any company to...
Feb 19, 2015 6:05 PM ET
Collecting Data from Children
I’ve now accumulated some experience leading SiMPACT SROI evaluation projects that involve children under 13 years old. The youngest members of some social programs with which I've done an SROI for have been five or six years old.  The SROI framework encourages highly participatory, stakeholder-informed contributions to the evaluation, from the design through the data collection and...
Feb 4, 2015 10:00 AM ET