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Employee Engagement and Charity

Corporate America is rapidly being transformed by new rules of employee engagement and charity is the key. Benevolent leadership is the new  gold standard and the ROI is astonishing. Even before COVID-19, American companies—both large and small—recognized the benefits of corporate social responsibility and adjusted their business policies accordingly.  Wringing out the old The head

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Food Insecurity and Charitable Giving

Food insecurity and charitable giving. In our bountiful, first-world country, food deserts abound and millions starve. Appalling! Fortunately, through charitable giving you and your company can help give them their just desserts. Sweet! Exactly what is “food insecurity?” According to, The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines food insecurity as “a lack of consistent

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Literacy: Why Reading is Still Fundamental

Our ability to navigate through daily life is dependent upon reading the written word. This is why reading is still fundamental—it’s literally a lifeline. “If you can read this it means you’re too *#% close!” I used to love this bumper sticker because it was snarky but clever. It never occurred to me that many drivers sharing

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Why Corporate Social Responsibility is So Important

CSR started out as a goodwill face-saver in the 1800s. Now it’s a profit-booster no successful business can survive without. Most communities now demand that businesses practice good corporate citizenship. That’s why corporate social responsibility is so important today.  Corporate social responsibility a brief history It used to be called corporate” philanthropy” which made billionaires

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Team Building for Pharma Professionals

CSR and How to Leverage Kindness

How to leverage kindness: be proactive You got to give the people, now Give the people what they want This sentiment expressed by 1970s superstars The O’Jays, still rings true today. But you’ve got to know what the people want in order to give it to them, right? Well here ya go! According to multiple

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DiSC and Race in the Workplace

Race in the workplace can mean one of two things: vibrant diversity and inclusion or volatile discrimination and division. Which one describes your company? According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, “A majority of Americans (57%) say the fact that the U.S. population is made up of people of many different races and ethnicities

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What Our Clients Say

Everything was great. We had a great time and I heard over and over from my colleagues how much they enjoyed it. Hopefully we can do another team building with you next year! -A.M., Apple

Going into it, I was not enthusiastic because I thought it was going to be another cheesy, team building workshop. However, I was quite surprised at how well the facilitator communicated with our group and made us all feel very comfortable. I would recommend you for future workshops. -T.H., Wells Fargo

It was great to talk about our group dynamics and what we would like to achieve with the facilitator beforehand, so they were able to tailor the team building activities to our specific needs. -T.Y., Verizon Wireless

Our facilitator was amazing and we would recommend her and Magnovo to any corporation looking to host a team building event. -C.S., Boston Scientific

The planning time we had prior to the workshop was great because the facilitator was able to speak specifically about our group which added credibility and value immediately. The interactive components were also key to creating energy and engagement….and it was a fun way for the team to get to know each other better. -T.S., Comcast

The group all agreed that the workshop was 'more than they expected' – which is a great compliment coming from our group. Fun, engaging, worthwhile project! -C.Y., Microsoft

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