Social Responsibility & Employee Engagement
Creating Meaningful Game-Changing Partnerships to Grow Your Business or Nonprofit
“Social Responsibility” and “Employee Engagement” are values espoused by businesses large and small, but translating these values into action is easier said than done. Being a “good corporate citizen” or a “good neighbor” requires investments of human and financial resources. But what is the return on investment for your business? At a time when government, at all levels, is reducing its support to the nonprofit sector, creative and engaging partnerships between the business and nonprofit sectors can provide positive returns for businesses and the community.
At this event, we will present a model for engaging employees in socially responsible activities that can help your company grow and create employee loyalty. Nonprofits and business representatives will be able to start forging new relationships and potential partnerships. If your company has been thinking about social responsibility and creating “game-changing” partnerships, this is an event you do not want to miss!
Attending our Wake Up! Leadership Breakfast will help you:
- Increase return on your employee investment. 82% of U.S. consumers actually consider business social responsibility when deciding what services and products to buy.
- Attract the talent you need to grow. 86% of Gen Y workers greatly value their company’s social responsibility programs and view it as a deciding factor when deciding who to work for.
- Engage your employees in their community. Give your employees and company a chance meet and be directly involved with area nonprofits with meaningful causes.
- Enhance community and employer/employee partnerships. Employees enhance their abilities and learn more outside of the workplace. Plus, it pays off in your workplace to improve productivity and interpersonal relationships.
Connect nonprofits with business leaders from the region.
Friday, November 17
7:30 am – 9:30 a.m.
The Hartford Club
$75 per person ($115 should you like to sponsor a non-profit participant)
$40 for non-profit representatives and LGH dues-paying members