Using Your Power for Good – Why Doing Good is Good for Business!

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Using Your Power for Good – Why Doing Good is Good for Business!

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.”  ~Warren Buffett

Now more than ever, corporate social responsibility (CSR) topics are finding their way into the conversations of board members and executives in the corporate world.  While there are several reasons for this fantastic growth in awareness, at the end of the day, if you’re not including these topics into your own conversations, you may miss out on a differentiating opportunity for your own organization.

Join us during the IAMCP WIT Business Leadership session at this year’s Inspire conference and hear amazing stories from our panel of diverse, business leaders, about how they are agents for change and succeed by incorporating CSR into their professional lives.  By pulling together a panel of professionals that represent the male, female and millennial perspective on CSR, this year’s program will combine different points of view with a shared purpose, which will result in a powerful program that will leave you motivated to go and become your own agent of change.  Via a combination of lightening talks, panel conversations and a very specific call to action, you will discover how to be your own agent of change, and get a jump start on how to start your own program and share these opportunities with others.

Turn to the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, the New York Times, or dozens of any other major publications, and you’ll be able to find content, opinions and success stories around how CSR programs are helping companies grow their brand, deepen their relationships with customers and improving their top line.  Don’t miss your opportunity to get the same condensed insight from our esteemed panel that includes: Luc Villeneuve, Country Leader for Redhat, Chaitra Vedullapalli, CMO for Meyla, Julie Forsythe, VP of Technology at Igloo and Sophie Atherton, Microsoft Alliance Manager, Adatis.