The mining sector has historically been overwhelmed by men. But today, things are slowly starting to change. Indeed, the mining sector is experiencing a gender diversity watershed moment. Through both commitment and action, companies are recognising the need for diversity at the board and senior management levels, as well as through the rest of theContinue reading Gender diversity in the mining sector: could health and safety help?
Why is Siemens supporting the environmental initiatives in the community? The advancement of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies has been the focus of Siemens for many years now. Both the environment and people’s quality of life benefit from this commitment, but as a B2B business we miss out on direct interaction with our communities on this topic. Continue reading Spotlight on Siemens’ environmental initiatives in the community
Beyond measurement towards Designing for Social Impact Register now for this unique masterclass with your fellow Corporate Community Investment practitioners. Is your organisation ready to tackle issues that matter most to society? New challenges are emerging in the world of Social Impact. Corporate reputation and trust are shifting to an expectation that business and businessContinue reading Design for Impact – Melbourne
The time is here for you to connect with your fellow community investment professionals in the LBG Network. Join us for an engaging thought provoking mid-year event in June. We’ve listened to you on what topics you’d like to explore and are busy behind the scenes lining up leaders in their field on a very hotContinue reading UK: Mid-year Thought Leadership Event (Members only)
Beyond measurement towards Designing for Social Impact – kindly being hosted by Payce Register now for this unique masterclass with your fellow Corporate Community Investment practitioners. Is your organisation ready to tackle issues that matter most to society? New challenges are emerging in the world of Social Impact. Corporate reputation and trust are shifting to anContinue reading Design for Impact – Sydney
The shift from ‘how?’ to ‘why?’ in the long-running debate around the impact business can have on society was at the forefront of discussions between Australian business leaders and CEO of Corporate Citizenship Neil Davy, during his recent visit to Australia. Presenting at a range of forums, including Corporate Citizenship Network Briefings in Melbourne andContinue reading Australian businesses changing the world through collaboration
Please describe your role and responsibilities, how many years you have been in the company? I look after our strategy, management processes, impact measurement, and reporting for CSR in the UK. This involves working with our executive management team and their businesses, as well as the 26 key CSR Agents (Champions) in various locations fromContinue reading In conversation with…Olivia Whitlam, Corporate Citizenship Manager, Siemens
Among companies is the idea that supporting arts doesn’t contribute to the welfare of communities and social progress, since it is commonly held that every cent dedicated to the arts is one cent less to solve social urgencies. Perhaps, we have arrived at this conclusion because, previously, a lot of philanthropy directed to the artsContinue reading The impact of the Arts is diversity and dialogue