ChangeMakers@Work Webinar Series

ChangeMakers@Work Webinar Series

The ChangeMakers@Work Webinar Series was created to provide knowledge and expertise to Canadian companies with a growing interest in corporate community engagement. In these series, various presenters discuss corporate social responsibility, employer supported volunteering and other related topics.

Listen & Learn : 

Past topics have included:

  • Engaging & Empowering to Lead Community Programs - Presenters: RW Institute and Coast Capital Savings
  • Health and Safety for Employee Community Engagement - Presenters: BMS and Cenovus
  • Unleashing Changemakers: Creative Approaches to Engage Employees in Community - Presenters: RBC and SAP

 

Upcoming Webinars:

Summary:

Do you have a goal to make your company more socially conscious, but having difficulty motivating employees to participate in volunteer programs?

Getting employees motivated can be one of the hardest steps in building a CSR program. As the volunteer manager for CSAA Insurance Group with more than 35 years of experience managing corporate volunteer programs, Roger Hancock will offer 10 steps and provide additional tips on how to build a volunteer program from the ground up, or revamp an existing volunteer program, and show how engaged employees are better employees.

CSAA Insurance Group enjoys a 100% employee volunteer participation rate, the highest in the United States for a company its size or larger.

The findings and key information from the fascinating CSAA Insurance Group study on the success factors of corporate volunteering can be applied in other companies and their CSR programs. You’ll walk away with proof points to bring back to the office and ways to measure this causal relationship at your company.

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Webinars are free to Volunteer Canada Employer Members and member companies of the Corporate Community Engagement Council (CCEC).

To be added to the mailing list on upcoming webinars, contact edove [at] volunteer [dot] ca.

 

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