Why Businesses Need Leaders Trained in Corporate Social Responsibility
"Being good is being competitive. A bad company may be competitive in a market for a while, but it won't last long. If you offer something of social value, you will survive and you will prosper."
High-performing corporations pursue a balanced vision of competition and success. Their ethical, social and environmental practices improve their performance and enhance the reputation of the firm.
How many Americans believe companies are responsible for supporting social and environmental issues? And how does a company’s commitment to social good influence customer loyalty? Check out the infographic below to find out.