SOURCE: SiMPACT Strategy Group
October 10, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Take the LBG Canada Mini Survey and tell us how your company acknowledges Executive interest in community!
The LBG Canada program provides community investment professionals with data analytics to inform long term strategy, daily work, impact measurement and corporate reporting.
Some of this information is traditional “benchmarking”, ie. comparing budget size, % profit (or similar) ratios, and employee participation. Yet, the bulk of LBG Canada analytics focuses upon the “how” of community investment, employee volunteering and giving, ie. strategic choices, resourcing decisions and management practices that contribute to overall program success.
We are energized by the feedback from companies using this information to inform and support their work. The data set has been growing for 12 years, and is very often enriched by the good ideas and innovations offered by participating companies.
This mini survey is one such example. In responding to a request for data analysis about how companies acknowledge executive interest in community, we seized the opportunity to go further & deeper. We look forward to analyzing and sharing your responses to the five key questions within, and to incorporating them in the LBG Canada program on an on-going basis.
Thank you for your participation. As ever, all company responses remain confidential. Please let us know how you have put the results to good use!
About LBG Canada
LBG Canada is a network of corporate community investment professionals from many of Canada’s leading companies, who work together to apply, develop and enhance the use of the LBG Model and measurement framework in Canada. Participation in LBG Canada encourages companies to focus on strategy, measurement and reporting to demonstrate the business value achieved through investment in community. LBG Canada is facilitated by SiMPACT Strategy Group. For more information, please visit: https://www.lbg-canada.ca
KEYWORDS: LBG Canada, Community Investment, employee giving, employee volunteering, Executive Spend, Senior Leadership Team, Corporate Social Responsibility, Simpact strategy group