Strategies Like Shared Value Must Become Internalized by Employees to Effect Lasting Change
By Sarah Ford on March 20, 2014
Today's corporations not only have the unique opportunity to address social and environmental concerns, but the public has given them a mandate to do so. The value created by companies must extend well beyond the restrictions of a financial evaluation.
How is Transformative Value essential to achieving the ambitions of Blended Value and Shared Value? How is employee volunteering and workplace giving connected to Transformative Value? What are the Five Phases of creating Transformative Value through corporate volunteering and workplace giving programs – and where is your company on the continuum?
In "The Transformative Value Series," Realized Worth explores these questions regarding how external constructs expressed as policies, strategies, manuals, performance reviews and mission statements must be internalized by individuals in order to achieve the promise of both blended and shared value.
Plus, on April 3-4 at the Annual Charities@Work Corporate Citizenship Summit in NYC, Realized Worth Senior Partner, Chris Jarvis, will be moderating a panel discussion about "Transformative Value: Evolving Beyond Shared Value."