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Spotlight on Unilever: Practicing purposeful business through the Sustainable Living Plan

Posted on June 11, 2018.

Unilever’s long and strong heritage and culture of helping to make the world a better place stems from the company’s earliest beginnings in 1800s Victorian England.1 Today Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan guides the purposeful way the company operates globally through three overarching goals: (1) improve the health and well-being of a billion people, (2) enhance livelihoods for millions of people, and (3) reduce the environmental impact of its business.2 Beyond the positive social and environmental effects of the goals themselves, the Sustainable Living Plan also serves the company by spurring growth, helping to reduce costs and risks, and improving trust in the company. 604 more words

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2018 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends Unveiled

“The rise of the social enterprise” emphasizes the need for realignment among the C-suite to focus on business’s evolving role in society

Posted on May 9, 2018. 1,014 more words

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Creating the exponential professional

This post is the third in a three-part series on the exponential professional, focused on how professionals, organizations, and regulatory bodies can bridge the gap between the professional of today and the exponential professional of tomorrow. 1,154 more words
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A new business paradigm

The rise of the social enterprise

Posted by Josh Bersin on April 5, 2018.

After a year of research and another enormous survey of business and HR leaders around the world, we just released the… 4,054 more words

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Responsibilities of the exponential professional

This post is the second in a three-part series on the exponential professional, focused on the expectations and responsibilities of the exponential professional.

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The rise of the exponential professional

This post is the first in a three-part series on the exponential professional, focused on ways exponential technological growth might impact professionals in the workplace of the future. 1,274 more words
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Uncovering the gap: Why the old-school numbers for women leaders in tech?

Posted by Dana Swanson Switzer, Jasmin Jacks, and Jessie Reese on January 24, 2018.

Often, point solutions don’t get to the core of the gender divide, even in one of the most innovative and progressive industries. 943 more words

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