Jillian Ashton and ICAN are taking the saying “man’s best friend” to the next level. Listen in to this week’s episode to find out how ICAN is using service dogs to connect two groups in need: those living with disabilities and incarcerated adults.
Last week’s guest, Ali Cudby, shares how capitalizing on small opportunities can create a ripple effect that not only builds positive relationships with your customers and employees, but also leads to better business.
Ali Cudby’s journey to becoming a customer retention expert started with a transformational bra fitting and ended with her becoming CEO of Your Iconic Brand. Join Vicki and Kathy this week as they find out what all happened in between, and how to grow loyalty for your business both internally and externally.
Our last guest, Ashley Haynes of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, shares more about the nonprofit’s Custom Day of Service programming and how KIB is using this service to benefit their corporate partners and the surrounding community.
From the outside, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, a local nonprofit, and Roche, a multinational healthcare company, seem like polar opposites. Listen in to this week’s episode to find out how their decade-long partnership perfectly demonstrates the impact a well-designed CSR program can have.
Last week’s guest, John Pilmer, APR, of PilmerPR, shares more about the importance of the benefit corporation designation and why his involvement in passing benefit LLC legislation in Utah helped expand the overall CSR movement and leveled the playing field.
John Pilmer, APR, of PilmerPR, played an integral role in passing legislation that expanded Utah’s benefit designation to include LLCs. Join Vicki and Kathy this week to hear more about John’s inspiring story and passion for CSR.
Last week’s guest, Patricia Glaser Shea of Givful, dives deeper into the benefits of connecting a purpose to your business’ profit and shares how Givful can help you optimize that connection.
Patricia Glaser Shea spent 17 years in corporate America and 17 more in nonprofit leadership. Now, she’s ending her career as an entrepreneur that serves both sectors through her new high-tech service startup, Givful. Listen in to join Vicki and Kathy as they find out why.
There is only so much time in every day. We all get 24 hours. That’s it.
Two-thirds of American workers are not engaged at work – which is a serious problem for business because, according to a study by Gallup, there is a strong relationship between employee engagement and overall company performance
As a business owner, you know that one of the eternal challenges for nonprofit contributions is figuring out if there’s a viable ROI.