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September 2008
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p28
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The article discusses corporate social responsibility as it is integrated in company conferences. The motivating effect of community service projects are described as seen to be critical by consumers, employees and investors. Strengthening communities is presented through service projects. Other give back projects are cited, as practiced by different companies. Reference is made to a teambuilding session initiated by Barbara Moreland which incorporates the give back concept.


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