'Strategic Volunteering': The Bottom Line Business Impact

'Strategic Volunteering': The Bottom Line Business Impact

LeapCR 20 minute webinars
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Alison Braybrooks, Managing Director of Impact abc, and Malcolm Scovil, CEO of LeapCR, held a 20 minute webinar on 'Strategic Volunteering' and how it impacts the bottom line. 

Wednesday, October 12, 2011 - 11:30am

CONTENT: Press Release

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) October 12, 2011 - The future of employee volunteering ties together community impact with corporate strategy and learning & development goals.  We'll discuss why strategic volunteering is one of the highest priorities for CSR Managers, HRDs and CEOs inside the world's leading companies.     
Questions that were addressed:
    What is strategic volunteering?
    Which companies are doing it really well and how?
    What are the measurable and non-measurable metrics that matter most?
    How do we make this happen and drive the benefits for our company?
A bit about the speakers:
Alison's career began with ten years in the voluntary sector, managing corporate partnerships at Macmillan Cancer Support, Shelter and Action for Children. She then moved to EDF Energy to lead their award-winning community programme.
More recently, she headed up the London Benchmarking Group, the global standard for measuring, managing and reporting community investment. She is an expert in community investment strategy, social impact measurement, volunteering, employee engagement and NGO partnership management.
Malcolm is the CEO of LeapCR and an expert on engaging employees in CSR, social enterprise and technology.  He has a background in private equity and venture capital with Summit Partners and financial services with Deutsche Bank.