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We’ve partnered with Anchor Bank to bring you a complimentary breakfast seminar, MAXIMIZING CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP. Please join us for perspectives from some of the Twin Cities’ most engaged corporate citizens — University of St. Thomas, C.H. Robinson, Bailey Nurseries, and Children’s Foundation. Download a PDF with more details.

TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017
8:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Woulfe Alumni Hall | Anderson Student Center
University of St. Thomas | St. Paul, MN
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Organizations throughout the world are embracing robust corporate citizenship. In fact, according to a 2017 study by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, executives who employ corporate citizenship to meet key business goals are much more likely to report success in a number of categories, including 1.7X better performance in enhancing reputation and 2X more success in reducing employee turnover rate. You can find the study here.

RegisterThis event has been completed. You may download PDF versions of each speaker’s presentation using the links in their brief bios below.

 

SEMINAR TOPICS AND PRESENTERS

David RodbourneSetting the Stage for Principled Business Leadership
David Rodbourne is vice president of the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas’ Opus College of Business. He plays a key role in ethical leadership workshops and services for the center’s business and organizational clients. Download PDF presentation.

 

Angie FreemanCHRW Foundation—a Corporate Cornerstone
With many years of diverse experience at C.H. Robinson, Angie Freeman leads global talent strategies. She also is president of the CHRW Foundation, demonstrating its commitment to positive community impact. Download PDF presentation.

 

Terri McEnaneyRooted in Community
Terri McEnaney, president of Bailey Nurseries, says that both their products and community involvement “help beautify the world.” Terri will share how her fifth-generation business and employees make a difference. Download PDF presentation.

 

Annie WatersBenefits of Benevolence
Annie Waters served as part of the leadership team for the $168-million Delivering Next Generation Care Campaign—providing Children’s Minnesota with unprecedented resources for advancing pediatric health care. Download PDF presentation.

 

Millennials’ POV
University of St. Thomas students will share their insights—educated in a culture fostering morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely, and work skillfully to advance the common good.

 


 

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