Join Canadian and International Peers in Toronto at Inside Out: A Transformative Approach to Community Investment, November 2-3, 2017

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Join Canadian and International Peers in Toronto at Inside Out: A Transformative Approach to Community Investment, November 2-3, 2017

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Wednesday, October 4, 2017 - 4:00pm

CAMPAIGN: 2017 LBG Canada Annual Meeting

CONTENT: Press Release

TORONTO, October 4, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Join Canadian and International peers in Toronto, Canada at Inside Out: A Transformative Approach to Community Investment. Inside Out is a future-looking conference designed to advance the practice of how companies invest in community.

Diversity and inclusion, employee wellness and employee engagement are increasingly recognized as business priorities. Companies create business value when they address these strategically and effectively. Community investment is becoming recognized as a tool to address these important issues. 

Inside Out is designed for practitioners seeking to engage with colleagues, sharing real-world examples of how companies are beginning to position community investment as an effective approach to creating value by prioritizing diversity, inclusion and employee wellness, and to deepen employee engagement.

"Inside Out has been designed for companies seeking to impact communities. We will explore how looking inside uncovers a tremendous resource able to impact community in meaningful ways," says Stephanie Robertson, CEO & Founder of SiMPACT Strategy Group and Facilitator of London Benchmarking Group (LBG) Canada. "Leveraging employees in a meaningful and strategic way will address business priorities that include enriching corporate culture through diversity, increasing employee wellness and employee engagement. This approach then encourages companies to look outside the organization, for opportunities to have greater community impact. In this way, community investment can create tangible and significant ROI."

Looking Inside Out raises a fundamental question, 'if diversity and inclusion is a corporate priority, what is holding us back?' to Amy Hanen, Assistant Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion at TD Bank Group, and Helen Kennedy, Executive Director of Egale Canada.

Community investment has a role to play in addressing vital corporate priorities. Join Canadian and international peers to turn your thinking Inside Out

For more information, please call Arundel Gibson at (416) 642-5461, or visit: https://www.lbg-canada.ca/news/conference/.

Register for Inside Out: A Transformative Approach to Community Investment, please visit https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/inside-out-a-transformative-approach-to-community-investment-tickets-36789460266

About the Co-Organizers

LBG Canada is a network of professionals guiding community investment, CSR and social engagement strategies on behalf of many leading companies. Each year, the LBG Canada network assembles for the purpose of advancing the practice of community investment through information sharing, peer-led discussion and data analysis. For more information about LBG Canada, please visit: www.lbg-canada.ca.

This year, the LBG Canada community investment conference is presented in partnership with Realized Worth, a global consulting firm offering design and implementation support for employee volunteering programs. Now, Realized Worth offers an online learning platform that focusses on empowering the leadership of employees to grow and scale programs through training and certification. For more information about Realized Worth, please visit: https://www.rlzdwrth.com/who-we-are.

About the Venue

Inside Out will be hosted by LoyaltyOne, within the new, state-of-the-art Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto.

Located in the emerging hub of urban activity and corporate head offices on King Street east of Sherbourne Street, the 500,000 square foot, 17 storey office tower targeting LEED Gold was designed by award-winning Toronto architectual firm, Diamond Schmitt Architects. The Globe and Mail Centre is within walking distance of the Distillery District, St. Lawrence Market, Toronto's Waterfront, Union Station and other modes of transportation. Just minutes from the downtown core, The Globe and Mail Centre offers elegant spaces with panoramic city and lake views. 

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Keywords: Events, Media & Communications | Community Investment | Employee Engagement | LBG Canada | Realized Worth | Simpact strategy group | Transformation | diversity | employee volunteering | employee wellness | inclusion

CAMPAIGN: 2017 LBG Canada Annual Meeting

CONTENT: Press Release

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