How to Engage Your Employees in Corporate Social Responsibility

Building Engagement from Within: This April 15, VANCOUVER, BC & April 18, KELOWNA, BC, Canada
Mar 15, 2011 10:00 AM ET
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This April, join Realized Worth and The Acacia Group as they present the insights you’re looking for: How to motivate your employees to not only embrace, but champion your organization’s CSR efforts - and - How leaders can leverage the enthusiasm and energy of their employee volunteers. NOTE: Includes catered lunch.
Who Should Attend:

This workshop is beginner to advanced level; It is designed for CSR practitioners/executives, HR, and managers who are responsible for their organization's employee volunteer programs or leadership development.





First, Chris Jarvis, co-founder and owner of Realized Worth, will draw on his in-depth research and experience in the field to address practical steps that can garner employee engagement as your business works for real and long-term social impacts.

Key Takeaways:
  1. Understanding the Three Stages of Engagement (including: “missional organizations” and “the essential difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivations.”)

  2. How to design an EVP with the “Four Conditions of Sustainable Participation.”

  3. Explore current CSR best practices and trends.

  4. Discuss how to implement these practices in your organization.


Then, the Acacia Group, providers of socially responsible leadership programs, will guide us to discover how to equip employees to bring lessons from their volunteer experience back into the workplace. What are they learning that can enrich your business? What are the transferrable skills that will maximize their potential and differentiate you? What can your business learn from them?
Key Takeaways:

  1. A greater understanding of your personal leadership style

  2. Knowledge of what (really) engages your employees

  3. Methods for enabling employees to bring their new skills to work

  4. A sense of how employee volunteer programs can shift the corporate culture from “entitled” to engaged”

  5. Tools for inspiring commitment, mobilizing energy, and creating opportunities that will impact the bottom line.