Three Keys to Translating CSR into Employee Engagement

Three Keys to Translating CSR into Employee Engagement

Corporate social responsibility has become a catch-phrase in the philanthropic world.  The perception of CSR departments is that the corporate is looking to dump money on whichever NGO applies first. However, many corporates have built extensive internal structures to ensure that their CSR initiatives serve a greater purpose than just satisfying the government and PR requirements. One purpose corporates embrace is that CSR can directly translate into employee engagement.  Sometimes, this is easier said than done. Three Keys that Reinvent CSR for Employee Engagement In and of itself, CSR does little for employee engagement.  While it strengthens the relationship between the corporate and the society, the employee is left out… Read More

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Five Steps to Unshakeable Self-Esteem through Self-Worth

Five Steps to Unshakeable Self-Esteem through Self-Worth

Never give up!  Just do it!  We would like nothing more than to raise kids who have no quit in them.  We believe that perseverance and determination stem from self-esteem. However, another, less known term is self-regulation.  Self-regulation is defined as the willingness to exert effort toward one’s most important goals, while taking setbacks and failures as opportunities to learn, identify weaknesses and address them, and develop new strategies toward achieving those goals. If self-regulation is the intentional act of moving forward, self-esteem is the driving motivation to do so.  This seems like a simple enough formula.  For a child to self-regulate, they must possess self-esteem. As parents and educators,… Read More

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Self-Worth Explained

Self-Worth is a deep-seeded belief in the value of oneself.  This belief sprouts into different characteristics that give clues to the strength of the child’s Self-Worth belief.  Similarly, clues such as anxiety and complacency are clues for barriers that inhibit Self-Worth. To varying levels, society suppresses Self-Worth in its quest for conformity.  Voluntary conformity can continue to breed Self-Worth.  On the other hand, involuntary conformity, reinforced by negative feedback, commonly experienced in educational institutions and in destitute environments, can subvert self-worth.  In self-defense, the child creates barriers to these stimuli. It must be remembered that it is not the stimulus, be it a math exam, a sports race, a leadership… Read More

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