Roles of Partnership and Bridging Leadership in Building Stronger Communities
By David Winder | November 2002 | View Full Text
This is the keynote address from the Kenan Institute in Washington's Cornerstone Conference
Corporate Leadership in the Community: Corporate Leadership in an Era of Globalization, November 14-15, 2002.
It looks at trends in corporate social responsisbility around the world and explores ways in which corpations and business executives can deal with increasing complex relationships, such as with communities and other actors, in their responsiblity work. Partnerships with local foundations, as well as the creation of philanthropy support organizations among businesses, can help in these efforts. Also important are the skills of "bridging leadership," through which business executives can help form new multistakeholder partnerships.
Partnership & Collaboration | Partnerships -- Overview | Bridging Leadership | Philanthropic Actors & Issues | Philanthropy -- Overview | Business Philanthropy & Social Investment | Americas | Brazil | Mexico | US-Mexico Border | United States | The Philippines | Southeast Asia