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Bruce Bolger

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Bruce Bolger - Stakeholder Capitalism and ESG Investing

Behind The Numbers

Investors are demanding more socially-conscious activities from companies and new forms of investment choices have emerged as a result. "Stakeholder Capitalism” is front-page news, however, the definition of “stakeholder capitalism” is often confused. Dave Bookbinder goes Behind The Numbers with Bruce Bolger, Founder of The Enterprise Engagement Alliance. In this episode, Bruce de-mystifies stakeholder capitalism and shares his insights about the key human capital metrics that are emerging in the assessment of the ROI on people and why CEOs, CFOs and CHROs need to be aware of them. Check out more of Behind The Numbers on YouTube Behind The Numbers is available wherever you get your podcasts Please subscribe to keep up with the latest episodes, and please rate the podcast so that others might find it. Want to share your insights with the business community? Message me to learn how you can be a guest on Behind The Numbers. BehindTheNumbersDB@Gmail.com Please connect with me on LinkedIn and check out https://www.NewROI.com ** Thank you so much for supporting this program - it is very much appreciated!  And a big thank you to everyone listening outside the US!  It is extremely gratifying to know the reach of this program. And thank you all for telling your friends and colleagues about the show!! **


9 Sep 2020

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#190: The Role of ERGs and Brand Champions in the Employee Journey w/ Bruce Bolger, ICEE

HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts

In this HRchat episode, Bruce Bolger, Co-Founder at International Center for Enterprise Engagement returns to provide tips for companies looking to develop new engagement strategies.Bruce Bolger is President of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance at TheEEA.org, an outreach organization focusing on the development of a formal field to help organizations achieve results through the proactive involvement of all stakeholders. EEA runs the only formal learning program on engagement at EEA.tmlu.org and is the publisher of ESM (Engagement Strategies Media) at EnterpriseEngagement.org, which provides ongoing coverage of this new field, and of RRN at RewardsRecognitionNetwork.com, which focuses on all types of rewards used in incentive, recognition, loyalty and business gift programs.The EEA is the co-founder of the International Center for Enterprise Engagement at the University of Texas Medical Branch, which has created the first certification program for ISO 10018 quality people management principles.Bruce is also a founder of The Engagement Agency at Engagementagency.net, a company that helps engagement solution providers and their clients’ profit from engagement.


1 Jul 2020

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#145: Human Capital Standards and CSR w/ Bruce Bolger, International Center for Enterprise Engagement

HRchat Podcast - Interviews with HR, Talent and Tech Experts

140 World Economic Forum members recently embraced very specific human capital disclosures for their annual reports that align with the principles of human capital reporting and quality people management standards related to addressing the needs of all stakeholders.In this HRchat episode, we'll hear from Bruce Bolger, Co-Founder at International Center for Enterprise Engagement about human capital standards and corporate social responsibility. This episode of the HRchat show is supported by Espresa, a firm helping to define and ignite the HR tech space to disrupt culture for good. We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared in this episode are entirely independent of our show sponsors. There is no relationship between the guest and companies advertising within the podcasts published by The HR Gazette or it's partners.   


11 Feb 2020

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Bruce Bolger and Brittany Barden

TalentTalk Podcast

Bruce Bolger, Co-Founder of the International Center for Enterprise Engagement talks about how enterprise engagement is used within an organization to bring about much needed change, and how this can impact the company from both a human capital standpoint and a financial standpoint. Brittany Barden is the CEO of Apex Generation Leadership (AGL) and talks about the need for accessible coaching for millennial's and what they can offer to the workforce.This show is brought to you by Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).


5 Sep 2018

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