The Evolution of International Paper’s Community Engagement: Incorporating Philanthropy, Employee Engagement, and Sustainability

Impact Empowered

Aug 10 2021 • 39 mins

International Paper makes sustainable investments to protect and improve the lives of their employees and mobilize their people, products, and resources to address critical needs in the communities where their employees live and work. They believe diverse workplaces create more opportunities for innovation and collaboration. By embracing inclusion and diversity, they’re promoting the success of both our teams and our company. To achieve this The IP Way Forward is the guiding methodology on how they go beyond just doing the right things; it’s how they create value for all stakeholders for generations to come.

In this episode, we'll be discussing how International Paper approaches employee engagement, sustainability, and their most comprehensive global response in the company’s history to help support their local and global communities during the pandemic with Dr. Alissa Campbell Shaw.

Access additional employee and community engagement resources:

- Ebook: Keeping Remote Workers Emotionally Invested

- Tackling the Challenges of a Remote Workforce

- Engaging your extended community: How to amplify your impact where cause and community intersect.

At CyberGrants, we help 400+ customers across the globe with all their corporate philanthropic giving including working with 650,000+ NPOs and managing $6.5 billion in donations annually. Learn more about us here!



You Might Like

Acquired
Acquired
Ben Gilbert and David Rosenthal
Darknet Diaries
Darknet Diaries
Jack Rhysider
Hard Fork
Hard Fork
The New York Times
Marketplace Tech
Marketplace Tech
Marketplace
Search Engine
Search Engine
PJ Vogt, Audacy, Jigsaw
WSJ’s The Future of Everything
WSJ’s The Future of Everything
The Wall Street Journal
TechStuff
TechStuff
iHeartPodcasts
Rich On Tech
Rich On Tech
Rich DeMuro
The Vergecast
The Vergecast
The Verge
Fortnite Emotes
Fortnite Emotes
Lawrence Hopkinson