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Three ways brands can implement strategic partnerships to take their social impact marketing practices to the next level

Three ways brands can implement strategic partnerships to take their social impact marketing practices to the next level

Just three years ago, 90% of CEOs agreed that sustainability is important to their company’s success. Today, amidst a global pandemic, heightened political tensions, and a historical civil rights movement, conscious consumers don’t suggest brands take action — they demand it. Here are some initiatives your organization should consider to mobilize change, with partnerships that support your brand’s values.

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Three ways brands can implement strategic partnerships to take their social impact marketing practices to the next level

Just three years ago, 90% of CEOs agreed that sustainability is important to their company’s success. Today, amidst a global pandemic, heightened political tensions, and a historical civil rights movement, conscious consumers don’t suggest brands take action — they demand it. Here are some initiatives your organization should consider to mobilize change, with partnerships that support your brand’s values.

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Business can be beautiful: develop your culture to regain the lost humanity of corporate life

Business has often been soulless and deprived of humanity — this is not sustainable. Informed by his long career in strategy and creative, Head of Strategy, at C-90, Theo Erasmus presents his vision for a beautiful alternative: when people are empowered to bring their whole self and soul to work, the work and culture become that much better.

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Why your next hire should be a job-hopper

However workplaces have changed over the past 50 years, one thing remains the same: the stigma that surrounds job-hopping. But if agility and adaptability have never been more necessary, then Initiative’s Group Strategy Director Max Slonim makes the case that it's time we rethink job-hopping and the transformative effects it can have on businesses.

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Flexible work is here to stay – here’s a list of solutions for leaders to make it work

The future of work is flexible work and the future is now. This past year has proven that remote work is not only possible to manage but also yields great results. Rigid work schedules have made it challenging for people, especially mothers, to care for their families and be their best at the office. This piece dives right into the various reasons why flexible work is necessary and ways companies can make it work.

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It’s time to figure remote work out culturally, not just logistically

A year after the pandemic hit many people are still working remotely, however, some companies are itching to get back to the office. They believe that a lack of IRL interaction is impeding productivity. Author of Roadmap for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism and Advocacy for All, Elisa Camahort, challenges this notion and argues that companies should reassess their current work culture and find ways to create one that will fit a remote work environment capable of fostering collaboration and innovation.

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