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2016 Summit Agenda & Presentations

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2016 Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship on March 28-30, 2016 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York, NY!

For those speakers who gave us permission, you will find their presentations below. Just find the session you’re interested in and click to download the PDF. 

Happy reading!

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Note: A new feature of the 2016 Summit agenda was the “Next Great Ideas” segment, in which we provided a snapshot of innovative ideas being developed and repurposed for use in employee engagement and CSR. We hope you enjoyed it!

Day One, Monday, March 28, 2016

2:00PM-3:00PM
– Registration and Networking

3:00PM-4:30PM
– Plenary Session | IMPACT 2030: Global Goals Scoping Session – Download the presentation here.
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth
Representatives from Impact 2030 Founding Partners Chevron, Time Warner Cable, Google and PricewaterhouseCoopers will explore specific actions that can be taken to mobilize corporate volunteers to directly and substantially contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

Chris Jarvis

Chris Jarvis

4:30PM-4:45PM
– Next Great Idea | The World Community Grid – Download the presentation here.
Sheila U, Appel | Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs U.S. Regional Manager, IBM
Harnessing unused computing power to better the world.

Sheila Appel

Sheila Appel

4:45PM-5:00PM
– Break

5:00PM-6:00PM
– Plenary Session: The Neuroscience of Volunteering and Giving – Download the presentation here.
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth

6:00PM-7:30PM
– Welcome Reception | New York Marriott Marquis All attendees invited

Day Two, Tuesday, March 29, 2016 

7:30AM-8:30AM
– Registration and Breakfast

8:30AM-8:45AM
– Summit Welcome
Steve Delfin | Chair, Charities@Work; President and CEO, America’s Charities
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth

Steve Delfin

8:45AM-10:00AM
– Panel Discussion | Employee Engagement: More than Diversity – Download the presentation here.
Moderator:  Kimberly Young | VP, Business Development, America’s Charities
Deena Fidas | Director, Workplace Project, Human Rights Campaign
Phyllis James | EVP, Chief Diversity Officer, MGM Resorts
Cid Wilson | President & CEO Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility
This session will explore best practices and opportunities to address diversity and inclusion, as well as generational and multi-cultural efforts in CSR and engagement.

Kimberly Young

Phyllis James

Cid Wilson

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:00AM-10:15AM
– Next Great Idea | Leveraging #Techforgood – Download the presentation here.
Susan Grotbo | Global Ops Lead, Social Responsibility, Google
Maggie Carter | Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, The U.S. Fund for UNICEF
Googlers Give supports UNICEF through innovative Badge-to-Donate program

10:15AM-10:30AM
– Break

10:30AM-NOON
– Peer-to-Peer Breakout Sessions (Choose 1 of 2)

  • Breakout # 1
  • Strategic Volunteerism: Stop Painting the Same Wall Seven Times – Download the presentation here.
  • Jim Starr | COO and Chief Business Development Officer, America’s Charities
  • Gary Levante | Community Engagement Officer, Berkshire Bank
  • This session will address steps to bridge the gap between corporate goals, employee desires and nonprofit needs when it comes to structuring a valuable and successful company volunteering program.  Identify solutions to a real-life volunteerism scenario, and discuss the key strategies the most successful corporate volunteering leaders use to drive awareness and employee engagement.
  • Starr, Jim

    Jim Starr

    Levante, Gary

    Gary Levante

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Breakout # 2 
  • Environmental Sustainability & the Engagement Continuum – Download the presentation here.
  • Mary MacDonald | Senior Vice President, National Business Development, EarthShare
  • Michael Carren | Head of Strategic Philanthropy, The Guardian Life Insurance Company
  • Jason Leiker | Associate Vice President, AT&T
  • Christopher Walker | Director, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Environmental sustainability ranks consistently as a top issue for next generation employees, but engaging a workforce on such a broad topic can be challenging. This session will guide participants through the stages of the Engagement Continuum on how to build the awareness, connection and commitment that leads to action, to help you meet employees where they are, guide them toward their individual commitments and unleash their entrepreneurial spirits, and achieve action-oriented results at work and in their communities.
MacDonald, Mary

Mary MacDonald

Michael Carren

Michael Carren

Leiker, Jason

Jason Leiker

 

 

 

 

 

 

Noon-1:30PM

– Lunch and Keynote Address | “Giving Happiness and the Power of Cause” – Download the presentation here.

Michael Norton | Social science researcher; Harvard Business School Professor
Wired Magazine’s “50 People Who Will Change the World”
Author, Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending

Harvard Business School Professor Michael Norton’s research demonstrates the joy generated by giving away money.  At Charities@Work, Professor Norton will share field-tested research from around the world demonstrating how cause campaigns generate increased purchases and loyalty for companies while boosting customer and employee satisfaction.

Keynote Speaker Michael I. Norton

Keynote Speaker Michael I. Norton

1:30PM-2:30PM

– Plenary Session | The Silo Mentality: Breaking Down Barriers
Sheila U, Appel | Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs U.S. Regional Manager, IBM
A look at how companies are overcoming challenges with silo behaviors in their own organizations and how they can be overcome to achieve goals.  A representatives from IBM will share their experiences, challenges and successes they had in addressing this issue.

2:30PM-2:45PM
Next Great Idea | Transformative Engagement
Jim Gordon | Group Vice President, Corporate Brand & Reputation, Time Warner Cable
Milinda Martin | Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Time Warner Cable
Jennifer Holick | Director, Community Investment, Time Warner Cable
Engaging all employees, from front line workers to the C-Suite, through transformative volunteerism.

2:45PM-4:00PM
– Peer-to-Peer Breakout Sessions (Choose 1 of 2)

  • Breakout # 1  
  • The Power of Engaging Nonprofits in Your CSR Strategies – Download the presentation here.
  • Moderator:  Bob McAdam | Senior Fellow, IO Sustainability
  • Tom Bognanno | CEO, Community Health Charities
  • Ashley Crawford Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, Covenant House
  • Jonathan Edelheit |  President & CEO, Corporate Health & Wellness Association
  • For the past thirty years, health has been the number one social challenge facing business.  In this insightful and wide-ranging dialogue, three people on the front lines of building up business and health nonprofit engagement discuss current best practices, and their outlook for the future.  Join this panel discussion to learn how companies have moved beyond traditional resources and incorporated health nonprofits as part of their CSR and Wellness strategies and discover the resources available to them.
  • Breakout # 2 
  • Effective Disaster Relief Partnerships – Download the presentation here.
  • Moderator: Joe Mettimano | Vice President, Global Impact
  • Susan Grotbo | Global Ops Lead, Social Responsibility, Google
  • Maggie Carter | Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, The U.S. Fund for UNICEF
  • Disasters such as those in Haiti and Nepal create complex challenges for relief agencies, but also create vibrant partnership opportunities for corporations and their employees.  Effective partnerships that align a company’s CSR priorities, global markets and employee interests with the specific needs of disaster responders are increasing.  This session will look at how both sets of stakeholders approach these partnerships and the types of best practices that can be used for success.

4:00PM-4:15PM
– Break

4:15PM-4:30PM
Next Great Idea | Engaging Donors Through the Virtual World – Download the presentation here.
Natalie Ebel | Director of Marketing, Pencils of Promise
Molly Swenson | COO, RYOT Media
Learn how virtual reality technology is being used as an empathy-building tool that connects donors to the mission of a nonprofit on a more human level.

Natalie Ebel

Natalie Ebel

4:30PM-5:45PM
Plenary + Workshop | Finding Purpose – Download the presentation here.
Bea Boccalandro | President, VeraWorks
Jeff Senne | PricewaterhouseCoopers
PwC will follow-up from last year’s presentation on their efforts to implement job purposing and will share eye-opening results from a recent employee survey.  Bea Boccalandro will conduct a workshop to challenge attendees to bring this to life in their own organizations and broaden the social purpose of any job.

5:45PM-6:00PM
– Day 2 Takeaways
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth

6:00PM-7:30PM
– Networking Reception | New York Marriott Marquis All attendees invited
Sponsored by Time Warner Cable
Featuring a Virtual Reality Experience

Day Three, Wednesday, March 30, 2016

7:30AM-8:30AM
– Registration and Breakfast

8:30AM-8:45AM
– Summit Welcome
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth

8:45AM-10:15AM
– Panel Discussion | 360 Degrees of Storytelling – Download the presentation here.

Click here to view the “Follow the Frog” video.

Click here to view Avery Dennison’s CEO Dean Scarborough, describe the importance of people, planet and prosperity in helping businesses and communities thrive.

Click here to view the video about Toyota’s Project Blaid.
Moderator:  Robin Perkins | Director, Communications and Marketing, EarthShare
Dave Armon | Chief Marketing Officer, 3BL Media
Susan Heaney | Director of Marketing, Rainforest Alliance
Helen Sahi | Senior Director, Sustainability, Avery Dennison
When it comes to unlocking people’s passion and inspiring action, storytelling is a tool that can change the world. Nowhere is this more true than at the “Sweet Spot” juncture of business, the public sector, and social good. Discover how effective storytelling is being leveraged across different technology platforms for engagement and impact, with insights and examples from thought leaders in the nonprofit, corporate, and online media sectors.

Robin Perkins

Robin Perkins

Dave Armon

Dave Armon

Susan Heaney

Susan Heaney

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:15AM-10:30AM
– Break

10:30AM-NOON
– Plenary Session | CSR 365: Best Practices of Year-round Engagement – Download the presentation here.
Moderator:  Steve Greenhalgh | Senior Advisor, Community Health Charities
Alex Cunningham |  Manager, Employee Engagement, Chevron
Allison DaSilva | Executive Vice President, CSR Planning & Insights, Cone Communications
Gina Rude | US Corporate Citizenship, Accenture
Year-round engagement is a new reality, but comes with its challenges. This will be a highly engaging session with panelists sharing successes and challenges with their evergreen engagement programs. Attendees will then interact to develop ideas that can be used to enrich year-round activities in their companies.

Alison DaSilva

Alison DaSilva

12:00PM-1:30PM
– Keynote Luncheon + Award Presentation | “Unleash the Leader Within” – Download the presentation here
Jeffrey Vargas | Founder and President, Generationology, LLC
Experts say that the average person looks at their phone more than 150 times a day. It seems like we are a becoming a society that’s tethered to technology; we definitely know how to select a friend on Facebook but we are forgetting how to be a friend to ourselves. This keynote address will help you experience a renewal of personal promise, purpose and possibility. You will learn key habits and committed actions you can take to rejuvenate, reinvigorate, and unleash the leader that is within you.

Jeffrey Vargas

Jeffrey Vargas

1:30PM-2:30pm
– Panel Discussion | Companies & Causes – Moving from Responsible to Exceptional – Download the presentation here.
Moderator:  Scott Jackson | President & CEO, Global Impact
Sean Milliken | Head of Global Social Innovation, PayPal
Melissa Robinson | Sr. Manager, Global Corporate Responsibility, Hilton Worldwide
Andrew Troup | Senior Product Manager, MicroEdge
This session will highlight three companies with signature and cause-driven programs that creates alignment around their business strategies and CSR goals, effectively taking their social impact and business bottom lines to the next level.

2:30PM-3:00PM
– Takeaways and Closing Remarks
Chris Jarvis | Realized Worth

Download this agenda by clicking here.

Read more about the program here.

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