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Greg Shnerer - How to Become a More Sustainable Company

How to Become a More Sustainable Company

If you’re looking for additional ways to make your company stand out from growing competition, consider becoming more environmentally friendly. We know that we should aim to be more green-conscious, but we are often clouded by the idea that it would be too expensive or difficult to achieve. Think again. Here are some simple ways […]

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The Children Are Our Future- Passing Down Philanthropy

With news of mass shootings, natural disasters, hate crimes, and terrorist attacks clogging up the media, the world may not seem like the greatest place to raise a child. How are you supposed to instill positive values in children when violence is all around them? It may seem futile to teach your children to care […]

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Philanthropy on the Go

Giving is made easy thanks to intuitive modern day apps for smartphones. When thinking of giving to charity or good causes as a philanthropist, most associate this with offering larger sums of money. Although having technically allows you to give more, it does not mean that small amounts of gratuity aren’t equally appreciated. Even a […]

Greg Shnerer: Teaching Children the Importance of Sustainability

Teaching Children the Importance of Sustainability

Children’s brains are like sponges. They take in everything around them and are capable of processing and internalizing an impressive amount of information. This can be both beneficial and detrimental, as any negative behaviors you exhibit could rub off on your child, or conversely, they can learn by the positive example you set. If sustainability […]

Greg Shnerer- Philanthropy in the Modern Age

Philanthropy in the Modern Age: Social Media as a Vehicle of Giving

Social media has shaken up a lot of things in its relatively short history. For anyone with access to the internet, there’s virtually no corner of our lives untouched by its all-consuming power. Areas that traditionally operated independently of social media and the internet, such as sales, marketing, travel, entertainment, and even philanthropy have been […]

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Bred, Not Born: How to be a Leader

Some may argue that we are born with an innate aptitude for certain skills, that based on our genetic makeups some people are cut out to be leaders while others are not. However, this is not the case. Anyone can be a leader if they set their mind to it and take the time to […]

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Easy Ways to Implement Sustainability in the Office

Workplace sustainability is so important for businesses, yet is often neglected in favor of other considerations deemed more pressing. Most people associate sustainability with being environmentally-friendly, and while that is a big part of it, it is about more than that. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, “The term ‘sustainable business practices’ generally […]

Greg Shnerer- Why Introverts Make Great Leaders

Why Introverts Make Great Leaders

When you think of a leader, what adjectives come to mind? Outspoken? Bold? Go-getter? Authoritative? Confident? These words are probably not ones that most would associate with an introvert. People tend to think of leaders as these big, extroverted personalities, when in reality leaders come in all shapes and sizes, and some of the best […]

Sustainability & Innovation

Sustainability is often talked about in a very practical sense. What we fail to discuss is how it leads to innovation. It’s an interesting idea and there are quite a few areas that sustainability can influence in a non-traditional sense. Below are some of the big ways sustainability has an impact on the business as […]

Business Sustainability Challenges

There’s no doubt that business sustainability is important. The reason we don’t see more companies jumping on the idea sooner is due to the challenges involved. If your company is not set up for sustainability, it’s a lot of work to get the initiative off the ground. The few common roadblocks are employee engagement, unenthusiastic […]

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