Five Recommendations for Corporate Responsibility Programs in the Trump Era

By Stephen Jordan, Twitter: @SCJordan The surprise outcome of the November elections left many company leaders wondering what to do, but corporate responsibility and sustainability (CR&S) programs may be an even more important part of the arsenal of many companies. Here are a few su...

How CSR Executives Can Lead Strategy in Uncertain Times

Please note: This blog post is authored by both Greg Hills, Managing Director, FSG and Elizabeth Hawkins, Senior Consultant, FSG. If you lead your company’s corporate social responsibility or sustainability efforts, you are likely getting calls about the unpredictable politica...

The Corporate Role in Wellness

by Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, President & CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Four years ago, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation—the nation’s largest health philanthropy—put a stake in the ground, setting a vision to build a Culture of Health in America that enables everyone ...

Brave Moves in a Complex World

As this tumultuous year comes to a close and pundits prognosticate about the implications, there is a great deal of uncertainty about how governments will act with respect to climate change, improving conditions for workers, embracing diversity and inclusion, international cooperation and other majo...

Favorite Giving in Numbers Findings

October 13, 2016–Giving in Numbers: 2016 Edition is my sixth Giving in Numbers report release since joining the CECP team. Completing the full report is always a labor of love for CECP, and its completion is a major milestone that we celebrate. The process begins in March when companies take t...

ESG Accountability: A Tangible Way of Tracking Value

March 15, 2016–During CECP’s recent Board of Boards CEO convening held on February 29th, 2016, CECP provided attending CEOs of the world’s largest companies with a comparison of financial and ESG performance, between companies that are affiliated with CECP (“CECP companies”) and other ...

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