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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development
Company, Individual
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What is your current job title / department?
Business Strategy
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Public Relations
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I have been involved in several sustainable projects, both Charities and Corporations.

Henry Klen's Blog

Are You Looking at Sweden?

Posted on January 24, 2013 at 2:30pm 4 Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability and Green, all at once! Market observers tend to look to Sweden as a CSR success case, thanks in no small part to the government playing an active role in coordinating Corporate social responsibility policies and integrating them into trade and foreign policy strategies.

Late last month Chile's economy…


The Truth Will Come Out - The Train Left The Station

Posted on April 19, 2012 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Social changes remain gradual and linear until we reach a “tipping point” where a sudden shift occurs in “norms” and behavior. Sustainable Industries has listed some interesting trends written by Cynthia Figge, CSRHub. Several trends are driving corporate transparency and disclosure towards a tipping point where disclosure will be normal and opaque behavior will be aberrant:

  1. The power of crowds.  There is no point trying to hide a secret that a lot of people know.  Through…

Top 4 Ideas To Engage Students In CSR

Posted on April 17, 2012 at 7:46am 0 Comments

Why don’t more young people know about what business is doing in this area? What can large corporations do to better communicate their CSR programs to younger audiences?

According to Professor Madsen, Distinguished Service Professor for Ethics and Social Responsibility at Carnegie Mellon University, “Part of the problem might be the actual way that corporations are sending their CSR messages via various social media. As there is often an overriding concern with making CSR activities…


The 58 Million 'Left-Behind' Children in China

Posted on April 2, 2012 at 8:56pm 0 Comments

SAI wrote recently that on a field visit to China, the topic of the 58 million "left-behind" children was brought up by virtually everyone we met with: leaders of grassroots migrant worker centers, global brands and government officials. The children's parents are the men and women who have migrated to work in 'China Inc.' -the super-competitive export manufacturing industry that has surged in growth over the past 30 years. These men and women are the very migrant…


SRI Company Ratings - TOP 30 Companies Worldwide

Posted on March 9, 2012 at 5:30am 1 Comment

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Comment Wall (7 comments)

At 7:23pm on March 6, 2008, Rosen Dimov said…
Hello from Bulgaria! if you need a youth NGO, community foundation or any non-profit association in this country or Europe, please notify me. I will be at your disposal!

Good luck!
At 10:52am on August 22, 2008, Mugaruka Maimona said…
he how are you ?
Come in Africa will be great for us , Please come.
At 11:01am on August 22, 2008, Mugaruka Maimona said…
you come please in africa.
At 10:18pm on December 2, 2008, Jerry Peloquin said…
Henry... I see you added me as a friend, welcome!

As an organizational psychologist I have always thought of CSR starting inside the corporation in the way individuals are treated and the honesty, integrity, and decency of management... all of these are rare in governance and management as deceit (of, the customer, the suppliers, the other managers, and, of course, the staff) has always seemed a bulwark of any commercial enterprise.

How can any organization profess a CSR mission when it lies, as a matter of policy, to all with whom it deals?

Your thoughts?
At 8:28am on January 14, 2009, Rock Power Ntumba said…

Hello Henry , Use CSR as Marketing that what my organisation is doing for the Corporate , we have become like their Marketer since it win win process.What I have observed with my personal experience is large company are serious but small are not serious.

In the the Democratic Republic of Congo to get Corporate funds is big challenge. They like supporting events than the project because of the visibility. Let me send you a sample of the photo of my previuos sponsor at one even at University , the room was full of is brand but I have to admit it since is investment what do you think about?

Best rgeards ,
At 12:21am on December 21, 2011, MALLIKARJUNA GORLA said…

thanks for adding

At 7:25am on May 6, 2014, NORMAN ERIC M. LOPEZ said…

Hi Henry, sorry just got wind of your request . . . this year. . . my first friend request . . . I've not visited dev't crossing since I signed up. Hope to hear more from you. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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