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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability

Michelle Sterling
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • United States
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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility
Name of Company / Organization:
building b: solutions
What is your current job title / department?
Owner of building b: solutions, leadership development
What would you most like to get out of this network?
I want to be aware of the challenges people are facing in getting organizations on board with leading and creating in a responsibly and sustainable way.
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
I design and facilitate leadership development programs that help people in organizations not only understand CSR but learn how to innovate sustainable abundance.

Michelle Sterling's Blog

A New Generation of Leadership

Posted on January 30, 2009 at 10:49am 0 Comments

You don't have to look hard to notice that our Country is experiencing a crisis of leadership. Pick up any newspaper and you'll find dozens of articles recounting the latest leadership shenanigans marked by self-interest masquerading as capitalism. Blagojevich, Madoff, Thain... And then there are the companies that continue to blunder their way through, only to make matters worse. Microsoft posts a $14.7 billion profit, lays off 5000 workers, and then wants props for maintaining its employee… Continue

Comment Wall (9 comments)

At 12:52pm on January 3, 2009, George Ansa Duke said…
I am very pleased to meet and have you here! I need tools to help me first as an individual under leadership role modelling and then teach my allies same.
Sustainable solutions are inevital success guaranteed formula for our contemporary business world and as such i enlist myself to tap from your wealth of skills, looking forward to our mutual sustainable future from the green hills of Afrika.
At 10:38pm on January 4, 2009, DR OLUSEGUN STEPHEN OGIDAN said…
Hi Michelle, just came across you on Development Crossing and impressed with your profile. We share a lot in common and I feel we can continue to compare information on our various fields of expertise. I am a development planner too but focussing on Microfinance, poverty management and capacity building in West Africa sub-region.Great to discover that people of our generation think alike across the continents. Regards Dr Steve
At 3:09pm on January 7, 2009, Alexandra Saunders said…
Hi Michelle -
I believe we are connected on Linked In.:-) Nice to see you here. Would love to add you to my network.
At 4:18pm on January 7, 2009, Alexandra Saunders said…
Hi Michelle -
We should talk some since I am also interested in doing this and it might be a great way to collaborate. I'm pretty busy this week, but perhaps we can talk over the weekend?
All My Best - Alexandra
At 4:21pm on January 7, 2009, Alexandra Saunders said…
Hi Dr. Steve - I see your comment to Michelle and looked at your profile. Would love to connect since I am a long time CSR professional with a particular fondness for Africa . I'd love to learn more about the work you are doing.
Kind Regards,
At 4:43pm on January 7, 2009, Alexandra Saunders said…
super! :-)
At 12:05am on January 8, 2009, George Ansa Duke said…
Please do,
I am considering having you lecture in Nigeria for National retreat with the minister on information and the 36 states commissioners on match i am currently facilitating with colleaques. The publicity is out already on our national daily "Guardian page 18". We soon await response from the minister and the host state govt in other to integrate potential private sector organs who've indicated interest to sponsor. I'll also keep you update and will discuss this with team.
At 11:28pm on April 16, 2009, Girish Bhardwaj said…
Hi Michelle
Seems we share similar interests and living almost in the vicinity of each other. I think we can be friends and work together to promote CSR. Friends ? Girish
At 3:35pm on April 17, 2009, Stanley Stanis Tsekpo said…
Hi Michelle,
I am really thrilled by a little I read on you. In fact, I live in the part of the world where natural resources extraction and for that matter profit making remains the primary objective of both companiies and governments. Corporate social projects are often at the whims of this institutions with little or no input from the communities.
Obviously, CSR does not permeate all levels of corporate engineering or mildly put, it is completely new 'song' that ought to be thoroughly taught and learned. CSR is often confused with PR activities and are left essentially to those department.
Michelle, I guess we can communicate and explore the possibilities of partnership or affiliation to package, market and deliver service to the corporate world in Ghana and West Africa

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