Business is adapting to new standards set by the novel coronavirus. A major risk during this economic reset is the deprioritization of corporate sustainability programs.
Join 3BL Media and Dave Stangis, CEO & founder of 21C Impact and former chief sustainability officer, vice president, public affairs and corporate responsibility for Campbell Soup Company on May 13 at 1 p.m. ET for “Learn from Home: Corporate Citizenship and Reputation,” a free webcast with live Q&A.
Stangis, respected for his decades of leadership in corporate communications and sustainability, will share insights on how sustainability provides business value, the imperative of anchoring your strategy to stakeholder priorities and best practices for navigating change.
During his 11 years at the Campbell Soup Company, Stangis led strategy, communications and stakeholder engagement as the chief sustainability officer, vice president, public affairs and corporate responsibility. From operational sustainability performance to brand reputation and risk management, Stangis navigated a wide range of issues to elevate Campbell Soup to an environmental, social and governance (ESG) leader.
We’ll also discuss the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of Stangis’ sustainability journey, by breaking down key parts of his 2017 book, “21st Century Corporate Citizenship: A Practical Guide to Delivering Value to Society and Your Business,” co-authored by Katherine Valvoda Smith.
The 3BL Media “Learn from Home” series was launched in March to cover corporate responsibility topics from a practitioner perspective. On April 1, the series featured Mary Mazzoni and Leon Kaye of TriplePundit, which has been covering sustainable business since 2005. An April 28 segment will feature a discussion about Stakeholder Relations in a Time of Crisis with 3BL Media CEO Dave Armon and the team that has distributed more than 500 COVID-related releases in recent weeks.