Employee engagement activations are becoming popular with corporate when choosing their nonprofit partners. Yet, these programs can take a lot of a nonprofit’s time and resources, at times with little return. Join Amy Castator, employee engagement specialist at WWF-Canada, to learn a few key success factors in creating a successful employee engagement program with your corporate partners and the benefits of building one out.
Creating a Successful Corporate Employee Engagement Program
Topic: Creating a Successful Corporate Employee Engagement Program
Date: Thursday, March 12 at 1pm ET / 10am PT (webinar is one hour in length)
Audience: Nonprofit professionals working in corporate and volunteer engagement.
Cost: Free – Register Now
Important Note: While registration is open to all, attendance is limited to the first 1,000 people to sign onto the live session. We suggest signing on five minutes early to have the best chance of getting on the live session. If for any reason you aren’t able to connect to the live session, rest assured you’ll get the full recording by email the following day.
What you’ll learn
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- The benefits of employee engagement for an organization
- How employee engagement programming can strengthen your corporate relationships
- Considerations to take into account before saying yes to any engagement-related requests
- Key success factors in building out an attractive and effective engagement program
NOTE: This webinar will be recorded – if you cannot make the live session, complete the registration form and a recording will be emailed to you the day after the live session. We are happy to provide a closed captioned recording upon advance request.
About the presenter
Amy Castator, Specialist, Living Planet @ Work, leads the strategy, communications and programming for WWF-Canada’s award-winning Living Planet @ Work program. Living Planet @ Work offers strategic guidance, green business ideas and free resources to empower you and other employees to lead office sustainability within your workplace.
What’s a webinar?
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About your hosts
Since 1995, CharityVillage has been the HR partner for recruitment in the Canadian nonprofit sector. Our specialized job board for Canadian nonprofit professionals has helped thousands of organizations find exceptional talent. Through our online learning courses, volunteer and event listings, webinars, newsletters, articles, tools and resources, we help nonprofit staff and volunteers do their best work every day.
Bmeaningful is on a mission to connect professionals looking to make a difference with purpose-oriented positions and impact jobs, which are often found at nonprofits, foundations, B Corps, or in government. And they can include ideas like impact investing, sustainability or corporate social responsibility. Our resources, job listings, and profiles of companies where you can bring your values to work will help you connect purpose and paycheque.
Since 2008, TalentEgg has helped millions of students and recent grads hatch their careers, and worked with hundreds of Canadian employers to successfully attract top Gen Y and Gen Z talent to join their organizations. On our site, you’ll find meaningful, career-launching jobs from top employers in Canada as well as thousands of free career resources created specifically with students and recent grads in mind. Visit TalentEgg today to connect with an active and diverse community of people who are passionate about improving youth employment in Canada, including employers, career centres, educators, parents, and students and recent graduates themselves.
“This presentation was absolutely fabulous. There was so much great information and presented in a manner that was easy to understand. I look forward to sharing it with my team members.”
– Past CharityVillage Webinar Participant