Corporate Generosity is Essential to Business. And goBeyondProfit is here to help.
goBeyondProfit is a no cost resource for Georgia business leaders interested in evolving their corporate generosity as a business strategy. Launched by business leaders, for business leaders, goBeyondProfit provides peer learning and expert insights into how community outreach and “giving back” are essential elements of strong businesses and healthy communities. Every Georgia business is invited to join.
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We blinked and the year is over. In an ever-changing business climate, goBeyondProfit shared candid insights from peers and ideas for leading with generosity. Below you’ll find a curated selection of the most relevant, talked about resources.
Today, Governor Brian Kemp will proclaim the first-ever “Business Generosity Week” in Georgia for goBeyondProfit, its members, and other business leaders who have played a pivotal role in supporting the community through recent years. As the needs of Georgia communities increased, Georgia business stepped in to provide vital services, materials and funding, adapting business models to care for people, fellow businesses and communities.
Not only in spite of pandemic upheaval, but partly for how it navigated the storm, goBeyondProfit announced that Cox Enterprises has been awarded as the most recent goBeyondProfit Champion. Cox Enterprise was nominated for how its values-oriented approach has endured for over a century.
Struggling to handle difficult communications, or connect with your dispersed workforce? Randstad USA’s Alicia Thompson and retired Coca-Cola executive Ben Deutsch headlined a July 28 goBeyondProfit panel about leadership communications.
There’s a word in Hebrew, tzedakah — it directly translates to righteousness, but the principle is less a moral threshold than an urgent and unequivocal call to charity.
My parents, an immigrant couple struggling to make ends meet in Newark, taught me that generosity was a universal imperative no matter one’s ...
goBeyondProfit, a first-of-its-kind, business leader initiative to encourage companies to pledge to give back, announced it has reached a key milestone of more than 200 companies pledging to contribute corporate resources to meet community needs.
After launching in December 2017, more than 200 companies across the state – ranging from ...
Megan McCamey with goBeyondProfit invites you to the upcoming CEO Forum that is scheduled for October 23rd.
Megan McCamey with goBeyondProfit talks about their mission to help Georgia businesses see corporate generosity as a business strategy. goBeyondProfit believes that businesses should be recognized for making contributions to improve the communities in which they live, work and serve.
CEO of Choate Construction Millard Choate talks about the importance of investing in community needs, and why you should take the goBeyondProfit pledge to give back to your community.
Principal and Head of Public Policy Practice at Dentons Eric Tanenblatt talks about the business leader led initiative goBeyondProfit and taking the pledge to give back to your community.