WEBINAR: Motivating Employees To Participate In Corporate Community Involvement

WEBINAR: Motivating Employees To Participate In Corporate Community Involvement

Here are five fun webinars to guide you through the steps of designing and implementing a great program.

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Chris Jarvis - Realized Worth Co-Founder

Thursday, September 5, 2013 - 1:00pm


High impact corporate community involvement is doing societal good — assuaging hunger, hurricane damage or heart disease — as an integrated and productive part of a corporate job or function. Here are five fun webinars to guide you through the steps of designing and implementing a great program. Register here.

By Chris Jarvis

Employees are key to success

Your company’s journey toward high impact corporate community involvement is either propelled or paralyzed by employees. What does it take to get an entire employee team on board? Are there best practices or practical steps that can garner employee engagement as your business works for real and long-term social impacts?

You bet.

Join us on September 19, 2013 for a live webinar brought to you by VeraWorksBea Boccalandro, a thought leader in the field of corporate community involvement, is a great friend of ours and she has organized this outstanding webinar series. The webinar series will guide you through the steps of designing and implementing a high impact corporate community involvement program with measurable business and societal outcomes. You can find out more here.

Motivating employees to participate

Let’s face it, your employees can volunteer anywhere and they can donate to their favorite charity any time. After giving 40-60 hours at work, why would they give even more of themselves to the company through volunteering? What is the unique value they receive when they choose to volunteer or give through the company?

These are just some of the questions we’ll explore and answer during the webinar. Most importantly, we’ll talk about how to design a program that meets your employees at theirhighest level of contribution.

We’ll utilized some of the groundbreaking research by Adam Grant, Jane Dutton, and Brent Rosso, “Giving Commitment: Employee Support Programs and the Prosocial Sensemaking ProcessWe’ll explore the employee/company relationship and the affective commitment that can be created through corporate community involvement programs. I will also explain how giving and volunteering strengthens employee commitment by enabling employees to interpret company actions in caring, prosocial terms. Read the article here.

More information on the 5 Webinars

WEBINAR ONE: Design high impact corporate community involvement. Ensure your community involvement includes a few key elements, identified by leading companies and research, and you will be well on your way to a highly successful and popular program. Available for viewing now (on-demand).

WEBINAR TWO: Sell your corporate community involvement program. Getting senior managers and other internal stakeholders to buy into your corporate community involvement program is not easy. Here is what works. Available for viewing now (on-demand).

WEBINAR THREE: Implement your corporate community involvement program successfully. From identifying and cultivating nonprofit partners to recognizing employee participants, learn how to successfully plan and manage all the day-to-day details of your corporate community involvement program. Live broadcast on September 19, 2013.

WEBINAR FOUR: Tell a powerful story about your corporate community involvement. Craft communications about corporate community involvement that leave a positive impression on your key audiences. Live broadcast on October 10, 2013.

WEBINAR FIVE: Measure the impact of your community involvement program. Collect data that demonstrates the relationship between your corporate community involvement and employee engagement, customer loyalty and other business outcomes, as well as the impact it has on societal issues. Live broadcast on November 14, 2013.


Live webinars are from 2:00 – 3:00 pm US Eastern Time. Archived webinars can be accessed anytime and instructors are available anytime. New participants are welcome anytime during the course and can receive full benefits from the course regardless of scheduling conflicts. The only suggestion is that participants view the webinars in order.


$695 for all five webinars or $195 each.



  • Bea Boccalandro - President of VeraWorks – Read More
  • Jeff Hoffman - President of Jeff Hoffman & Associates, Global Philanthropy & Civic Engagement – Read More
  • Chris Jarvis - Co-founder and Partner of Realized Worth – Read More

Questions? Leave a comment below or email us: contact@realizedworth.com.

Chris Jarvis
Realized Worth Co-Founder


Chris Jarvis
Realized Worth