Video and Multimedia

Video Outlines

LO 12.1: Articulate the competitive advantages of community involvement

Video 1: TedTalk: The Happy Secret to Better Work

Description: Psychologist Shawn Achor argues that may people believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but actually it is the other way around—happiness inspires us to be more productive. 

Video 2: Michael Porter: Creating Shared Value

Description: Bishop William Lawrence University Professor Michael Porter of Harvard Business School spoke to an audience of senior corporate giving professionals at CECP’s Corporate Philanthropy Summit on June 2, 2010, about the role of business in social and economic development.

LO 12.2: Describe the six phases of issues-driven multi-stakeholder dialogues

Video 1: TTedTalk: Want to Help Africa? Do Business Here

Description: Common negative images of Africa are famine and disease, conflict and corruption, but Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala argues that in many African nations, there is reform, economic growth, and business opportunity. 

LO 12.3: Administer the community involvement process through philanthropy and volunteerism

Video 1: TedTalk: Why Giving Away Our Wealth Has Been the Most Satisfying Thing We’ve Done

Description: In 1993, Bill and Melinda Gates decided to give their Microsoft wealth back to society through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Video 2: Warren Buffett, Bill Gates on Philanthropy

Description: Warren Buffet and Bill Gates discuss the role of philanthropy in this short interview.

LO 12.4: Assess work-life balance using an individual and organizational happiness survey

Video 1: TedTalk: The Power of Time Off

Description: Every seven years, designer Stefan Sagmeister closes his New York studio for a yearlong sabbatical to rejuvenate and refresh the firm’s creative outlook and shows the innovative projects inspired by his time in Bali.

Video 2: Work-Life Balance

Description: This video covers the concept of work-life balance in modern society.

LO 12.5: Interpret international corporate citizenship by describing the United Nations Global Compact’s intent and content

Video 1: TedTalk: Making Global Labor Fair

Description: Fair Labor Association head Auret van Heerden talks about the next frontier of workers’ rights—globalized industries where no single national body can keep workers safe and protected—and makes the business case for fair labor. 

Video 2: Global Compact+15: Business as a Force for Good

Description: This is a promotional video for the United Nations Global Impact.

LO 12.6: Measure community impact using Global Reporting Initiative criteria

Video 1: TedTalk: How Can We Make the World a Better Place by 2030?

Description: Michael Green discusses how the United Nations reached agreement among nations to end hunger and poverty, halt climate change, and achieve gender equality in the next 15 years by benchmarking 17 Sustainable Development Global Goals.



Web 1: Ethisphere, World’s Most Ethical Companies

Description: Website for Ethisphere, Honoree Resources section

Web 2: United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Description: Website for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Web 3: United Way

Description: Website for United Way

Web 4: Center for Healthy Minds 

Description: Website for Center for Healthy Minds

Web 5: United Nations Global Compact

Description: Website for United Nations Global Compact

Web 6: Global Reporting Initiative 

Description: Website for Global Reporting Initiative