Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 2 : Breakout Sessions

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Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 2 : Breakout Sessions

Corporate Citizenship Breakout Sessions
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#CorporateCitizenship Conference Recap Day 2 : Highlights from Key Breakout Sessions at #BCConf15
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 - 9:10am

So many breakouts, which ones to choose?

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.

Here are highlights from two of the day’s popular sessions:

Making Sense of Reporting

A morning session on reporting frameworks was aptly titled Are You Kidding Me?! Another Reporting Framework? How to Make Sense of Reporting: Current and Future, as it captured the frustration experienced by reporters trying to understand the differences, similarities, and relationships between the various reporting frameworks and industry standards groups. Katherine Smith, executive director of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, moderated the session. She began by asking the panelists to provide background on their different frameworks and viewpoints

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