Posts tagged ‘James Epstein Reeves’

New Study: Consumers Demand Companies Implement CSR Programs

Would you leave your job if your company did things contrary to your values? Do consumers really expect companies to do CSR initiatives? How does an “average” company become considered a “good” company? Moreover, how does a “good” company get to be considered a leader in sustainability?

These are some of the questions answered in my company’s two public opinion surveys that were published today. We created two reports, one that focuses on consumer behavior, attitudes and awareness about cause marketing and another on consumer and employee perspectives on CSR issues. Here are some of the highlights:

Continue Reading December 15, 2010 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

Blogging Part 2 – by James Epstein Reeves

As a continuation of James’ post from yesterday, he offers some tips to successful blogging. I always use James’ blog, Citizen Polity, as an example of building your reputation through blogging.

Continue Reading October 21, 2010 at 9:30 am Leave a comment

Blogging Part 1 – By James Epstein Reeves

I have a few friends who are in the nonprofit job market. I suggested they start a blog to keep up their writing skills and share their point of view. I always use James’ blog, Citizen Polity as an example of building your reputation through blogging. They had a few questions for James and he has generously allowed me to share his thoughts on blogging.

Continue Reading October 20, 2010 at 9:40 am Leave a comment


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