Fundamentals of Employee Volunteer Programs | Phoenix, AZ
DEC 6-7, 2017 - Today’s employee volunteer programs—whether they are traditional, skills-based, or pro bono—provide opportunities to develop skills, network with other employees, and reinforce personal and company values. Does your program maximize value on all three of these dimensions? This course will give you the tools to create or continuously improve volunteer programs that are highly recognizable, valued programs that help build better partnerships, deepen engagement among employees, and contribute to the company’s visibility and reputation.
Join us and learn:
- To develop a program that provides value to your employees, your community, and your business.
- To make the most of your corporate citizenship budget dollars by leveraging volunteers and establishing ambassador networks.
- To understand the factors motivating others to support and participate in your programs in greater numbers.
- To design communications reinforcing reputation, employee retention, and other business relationship goals.
- How to set and achieve participation goals.
- How to measure progress and performance.
This course is for:
Corporate citizenship professionals responsible for the design, development, and execution of employee volunteer programs as well as corporate citizenship professionals seeking to rejuvenate an existing employee volunteer program.
Is your company a member? Corporate members SAVE an average of 20% on Executive Education offerings.
Suggested prior knowledge and skills:
Completion of the Center course Corporate Citizenship 101.
Professional credentials earned:
4 certificate units will be applied to a Certificate in Corporate Citizenship Practice, and 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). This is an elective course for a Certificate in Corporate Citizenship Practice.