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The Corporate Citizen: Issue 30
Major Impact: Assembly Required
Companies succeed in corporate citizenship when they operate within the purview of their purpose and apply their unique strengths and capabilities to create financial, social, and environmental value. In these efforts, corporate citizenship professionals are often the connectors who hold together a broad array of stakeholders鈥攁nd when they are at their most effective, their work helps accelerate business growth and social impact around the world. You will find plenty of examples of great corporate citizenship in this 30th issue of the Corporate Citizen.
This issue features:
- ESG Regulation: Coming Soon to a State Near You
- Career Path Lead Change (From Wherever You Sit)
- From the Corner Office
- Finding Meaning Through Skills-Based Volunteering
- A-Rated Sustainability
- Prioritizing Issues at the Heart of Strategy