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Settled and Back to Academia

I’m starting to feel settled after a semester back at Grinnell and I’m really excited about the progress I made in the past semester. I participated in Diwali at Grinnell, worked on philanthropy education initiatives and the Senior Class Gift with the Student Alumni Council, and reconnected with a lot of friends I hadn’t seen in over a year. 706 more words

New Zealand is turning carpet into children's bikes and it's awesome.

This week SustainingPeople has seen some really interesting local projects that have taken a different angle on recycling; today we’re looking at our neighbours across the water in New Zealand, they are repurposing old carpet into children’s bicycles. 275 more words

Sustainable Development

5 big-picture goals for a strong 2015 in human capital management

On some days, it will inevitably seem like the responsibilities of human capital management are getting monotonous. For the most part, the job brings a lot of the same tasks on a weekly basis – processing payroll, administering benefits and handling any concerns that come up regarding corporate health and wellness. 450 more words

Human Capital Management

Taking Corporate Citizenship Seriously - by Jeremy Moon

How and why should corporations take their social responsibilities seriously? Professor Jeremy Moon explains.* 719 more words

Author Articles

Luxury and CSR

Paris Haute Couture just wrapped up this week and through it we were transported to other worlds that these haute couture and luxury brands have created for themselves. 286 more words

Semester

Miss the Roundtable on Sustainable Collaborative Leadership? Listen Here!

Contributed by Dr. Sarah

If you missed the rich conversation on January 21st, 2015, with master global bridge builder Nadine Hack and collaborators in the social enterprise, corporate sustainability and collective leadership space, fear not! 67 more words

Want loyal customers? Let them choose a worthy cause

Let’s say you stop in to an unfamiliar coffee shop and ask for a cappuccino. The barista behind the counter is not only surly and rude but slower than Christmas and, when you finally get your order, it’s a latte. 535 more words

Leadership