More companies are making bold commitments to better societal inequities. It’s clear that to make progress, businesses will have to use more innovative and integrated strategies to meet their goals. Are you addressing your social impact work in siloes? Finding the right synergy to advance social good through business functions will lead to positive change. Join us for a compelling conversation on setting and meeting commitments through thoughtful approaches.
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Embedding initiatives to dismantle inequities is critical to changing our nation and world. Last year highlighted the urgency and energy to address injustices through sustainable communications, initiatives and frameworks. Join our experts for insights on strategies on meeting purpose-driven goals.
During this webinar, we’ll cover:
- Strategies for mapping paths to meet social commitments
- Tips for establishing lasting frameworks for social good initiatives
- Messaging strategies for advancing major initiatives
- Tools for communicating impact to internal and external stakeholders
Vice President of Global Social Responsibility
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