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Corporate social responsibility today is viewed as a business imperative that provides opportunities for building customer/brand loyalty while also addressing some of the world’s greatest challenges, such as climate change, sustainable development and fair trade. The biggest hurdle for business leaders is how to align corporate social responsibility with the bottom line. Research shows that women, more often than men, generally view their careers in terms of the impact they can have on society. CSR programs can motivate and contribute to job satisfaction, not only for women, but for all employees.

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  • Building a Pipeline to Women's Leadership
    NCRW held an expert panel on February 28, 2011 at American Express with senior leaders from...

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Watch remarks from Kiran Chetry, Eve Ensler, and Melanne Verveer, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues:Click here to view more videos.
March 3, 2009 posted by Deborah Siegel I’m sitting in a very crowded auditorium at 3 World Financial Center, home of American Express,...
January 23, 2009 posted by Shyama Venkateswar, Kyla Bender-Baird, and Lisa Rast The room was filled to capacity at Demos’ latest panel...
Posted November 24, 2008 by Linda BaschLinda Basch: What three recommendations do you have for Timothy Geithner, our next Treasury Secretary?Sara...


  • October 17, 2010

    NY Times: Men were highly visible at the Women's Forum Global Meeting in Normandy last week, as attitudes have shifted toward the idea that men are integral to the advancement of women. Six concrete measures to improve the gender balance in their...

  • UK Govt May Look At Quotas For Women Directors
    September 10, 2010

    Wall Street Journal: With only 7-12% of female board members, the UK government is considering enforcing quotas in orde rto increase the number of women on the boards of listed companies.  Government officials will be looking at Norways quota...

  • August 31, 2010

    FINS: Women are disappearing at brokerages, investment banks, and asset management companies, despite new programs designed to recruit and retain them.  At the same time, the ranks of men in the industry are continuing to grow, which suggests...

  • August 29, 2010

    Chicago Tribune: Recent financial reform legislation requires each of the 30 federal financial agencies and departments to establish an office to focus on the recruitment and retention of women and minorities, or risk losing government contracts.

  • November 5, 2009

    A new mutual fund buys stock in companies managed by women and donates profits to good causes. But is this any way to make investments?