Asked on 12 September
We are looking to learn from firms that have created a global leadership position focused on corporate social responsibility (broadly defined). In particular, we would be interested in knowing:
1. What areas are "bucketed" under that role (philanthropy, diversity?, environmental, etc)?
2. Are the responsibilities internally and externally facing, or both (a la CLO?)?
3. What level (Director, VP, etc)?
4. What other resources are dedicated to the group (headcount, relative budget)?
5. How you assessed personnel for the role (given the non-traditional nature of the position) and conducted selection?
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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