In 2009 the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship worked with the Hay Group, one of the most respected firms in HR competency modeling, to launch an applied research initiative to help professionalize the corporate community involvement field with competency models for the leadership required to excel. Regardless of their title and degree of formal authority, community involvement professionals of all levels are required to be leaders. These community involvement leaders must have the competencies it takes to mobilize and engage a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to create innovative programs that leverage a business’ unique resources and capabilities to generate measurable value for both society and the company. This report looks at the role, responsibilities and leadership competencies required for developing, driving and implementing a 21st century corporate community involvement strategy.
Topics: Governance, Management Practice
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Format: Research Report