When a small garden signs up to host corporate volunteers, it’s a skills lottery. Someone who looks after huge amounts of money cannot necessarily distinguish a dandelion from a dahlia or knock in a nail. 155 more words
Tags » Corporate Volunteering
My friend, Amanda Uhle, shared this punch-in-the-gut story from the Boston Globe. Corporate and nonprofit leaders alike need to read it.
I’m going to share a story with you now that I’ve never shared before on a public forum. 1,282 more words
471 more words
Employees are your greatest brand ambassadors as they live and breathe a company’s values both written and unwritten. Their lives will inadvertently be a reflection of what a company stands for and what it aspires to be.
I currently work for a rather wonderful academic publishing company called Taylor & Francis (for less than two weeks more now…!) T&F belongs to the parent company Informa PLC, and Informa have a variety of agreements in place to allow their global staff to spend one day a year doing a volunteering project of some sort. 1,831 more words