The Global Social Investing Council advances the practice of cross-border corporate social responsibility and strategic philanthropy on a global scale through continuous dialogue on latest trends, issues and solutions encountered, as well as inspiring practices. Some of the key focuses of this group are:
- Global benchmarking
- Legal/regulatory/economic/cultural/social environments in relevant countries and regions
- Structural and Operational practices
- Employee engagement initiatives
Members learn from each other and have the opportunity to hear from thought-leaders as well as experienced subject -matter experts in the field of corporate social investing. Members also will realize opportunities to advance their own professional development while sharing their personal insights and experiences. Meeting programs focus on latest trends, issues and solutions encountered in the field, and inspiring practices by member companies.
The power of peer learning
Enduring relationships with trusted peers in an international network are the core of the council experience. Enhanced by our global, enterprise-wide reach, these relationships span the world and extend the value of council membership. Confidential peer dialogues at meetings and in between provide you with a broader perspective and shared experiences, as well as access to specific knowledge and best practices.
Council membership benefits
Collective problem solving that puts your issues on the agenda
Global benchmarking through regular surveys of council members about relevant company practices
Multifunctional insights generated by the wealth of perspectives gathered from over 100 councils (covering more than 50 functions) that work together across geographies
Virtual communities that extend learning opportunities through a variety of online forums, webcasts, webinars, and other resources
Who should join?
U.S. and non-U.S.-headquartered executives engaged in cross-border Global Social Investing. Our goal is to achieve a diverse membership of professionals in Global Social Investing. Members can be represented by an alternate at in-person meetings.