30 Jan Corporate Social Responsibility For Small Business
Welcome to the Social Responsibility for Small Businesses course! We, at Something Good, are really excited that you have chosen to learn more about social responsibility and how you can design and implement an effective strategy for your small business. If you keep up with the headlines or social media, you know that more and more companies are considering their role in social issues. And, we understand that it’s easy to believe that only very large organizations can really make a difference. We’re here to dispel that misconception and provide you with some practical steps on how you, as a small business, can also play an important role.
With nearly 50% of Americans working for small businesses, it’s imperative that small businesses are equipped with the knowledge and tools to make a meaningful impact. More and more employees express a desire to work for businesses that support the community. Moreover, an authentic corporate social responsibility strategy demonstrates to your customers that the welfare of your community is not just an afterthought but “an important part of your business’ value proposition”, according to Robert Cresanti, President & CEO of the International Franchise Association, in his October 2019 Harvard Business Review article.
Included in this course:
You Will Learn:
Continuing Education Credits
You will receive a certificate of completion for 5 hours upon completion of this course.
This course consists of pre-recorded videos and PDF downloads. You will gain access to all the course contents upon registration and may go through them at your convenience. You have access for six months.
After purchasing the course, use the webinar link available to access the live webinars. You will receive an email confirmation and a reminder with the link as well.
If the instructor allows their live sessions to be recorded, the recordings will be available within 48 hours. You can find recorded videos in your course lessons. After 48 hours, if you do not see the recordings, first refresh your browser.
Most videos and presentations will provide captioning. However, you can always use Web Captioner's free real-time captioning service.
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Any recommended background knowledge or required prerequisites will be stated in the course description.
If it is recommended to complete a course prior to taking this one, such information will be provided in the course description.
Refunds are available within 14 days of purchase as long as you have not accessed the course. Contact Humble Teacher to begin the refund process.
Your instructors for this course are the co-founders of Something Good Consulting Group, Michelle Riddell and Tyler Riddell. Michelle and Tyler are also a dynamic mother-son duo who started Something Good to help businesses be a force for good. Michelle is the CEO of Something Good and a former corporate social responsibility executive with one of the largest health insurers in the country. Tyler, COO, joined forces with her to leverage her experience in the design and execution of CSR strategies and his connection to a new generation of belief-driven stakeholders.