"Happy Money" Author Michael I. Norton to Keynote at the 2016 Charities@Work Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship
By Sarah Ford on January 25, 2016
Michael I. Norton, the Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School (HBS), and a member of Harvard’s Behavioral Insights Group, will provide the keynote talk at the Charities@Work 15th Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship.
In 2012, Norton was selected for Wired Magazine’s Smart List as one of “50 People Who Will Change the World” and his TEDx talk, How to Buy Happiness, has been viewed more than 3 million times. Norton holds a B.A. in Psychology and English from Williams College and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Princeton University. Prior to joining HBS, Professor Norton was a Fellow at the MIT Media Lab and MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Charities@Work is an alliance of four nonprofit organizations – America’s Charities, Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact – that collectively represent more than 2,500 of the most respected and effective international, national and local nonprofits. These four networks exist to facilitate interaction and partnerships between charities, companies and their employees for meaningful outcomes and impact for all parties.
Charities@Work bridges the corporate and nonprofit sectors in order to achieve greater social impact.
The Annual Charities@Work Summit is one of the country’s leading conferences on employee engagement, cohosted by the Charities@Work alliance. This premier and intimate networking event takes place each Spring, and is the only conference focused on identifying key strategies and solutions to manage the rapidly changing environment of workplace giving, employee engagement and social responsibility.
Corporate social responsibility and employee engagement professionals have the opportunity to interact with speakers as well as industry peers during this unique ‘must attend’ event. New ideas on employee engagement, the best models for success, challenges of our digital culture and our rapidly changing future are all discussed within a corporate context.