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  • Regaining a Vision of Ourselves For the Good Growing Thru Giving DIA Annual 2011 C Latham Mitchell MD Managing Principal Erudita Biotechnical LLC
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  • The Title of This Talk ..
  • We’re Nothing Without the Patient
  • Natural Nexus: Patient Advocacy & Employee Volunteerism
  • Terms/abbreviations & New Trends
    • Explosion of Volunteer Initiatives
      •  ’ d CSR – CROA IBM & Harvard on Board (Managed by same for-profit company that publishes Corporate Responsibility Magazine , FAO Magazine, HRO Magazine http://www.thecro.com/files/100Best2011_List_revised.pdf
      • 2011: UN Year of the Volunteer & EU Year of the Volunteer+10
      • 2005: First Sino-European International Conference on CSR in Beijing
    • Virtual volunteering
    • Pharma-sponsored overseas experiences for employees fsg intl corporate volunteering 2007 video link
    FAO=Financial & Accounting Outsourcing; HRO=Human Resources Outsourcing
  • Employee Volunteerism What: Possible Interest Areas (UN Volunteer Sectors) ICT = Information Communication Technology; UN = United Nations
  • Employee Volunteerism Why: .. More than #6 !
    • Forbes Feb 2011 (by Kerry Hannon) #6 of 10 tips for career change
    • Get out of a rut
    • “ Try on” a new job
    • But this is true:
    • “ Opportunity comes from the unexpected. Be open for it.”
    • -- KERRY HANNON “WHAT'S NEXT? FOLLOW YOUR PASSION AND FIND YOUR DREAM JOB,” Chronicle Books, 2010
    Reference: Ban TA. The role of serendipity in drug discovery. Dialogues Clin Neurosci . 2006;8(3):335-44. Review. PubMed PMID: 17117615 .
  • Why: 2 Viewpoints
  • Why: 2 Viewpoints
  • Why: 2 Viewpoints
  • Why: 2 Viewpoints
  • Corporate Responsibility & Pharma
  • Global Volunteer Resources (*Search-by-Country) Links accessed April 2011 Organisation Other Info/Resources UN Volunteers
    •   age 25 years (no max age limit)
    • University degree (or high tech diploma)
    •  2 years’ work experience
    •  fluent in (  1) English, French and/or Spanish
    •  commitment to values/principles of volunteerism;
    • can work in multicultural setting & adjust to difficult living conditions  people & org skills
    • past work in developing country a “plus”
    Mail to: UN Volunteers Postfach 260 111 D-53153 Bonn, Germany UN Volunteers UN Campus Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers-Str. 10 53113 Bonn, Germany Email: webmaster((at))unvolunteers((dot))org *Search: World Volunteer Web UNV Intl Volunteer Day+10 05Dec2011 ALLIANCE of European Voluntary Service Organisations
    • TIP Does NOT place or exchange volunteers
    • Geared toward age 18-30 w/some exceptions international non-governmental youth organisation since 1982 for members (national international voluntary service orgs); 47 members from 27 countries place volunteers in*Search: Europe (22) , Asia (2) and America (3) & 33 world partner or guest orgs
    Alliance Eur Voluntary Svc Orgs c/o MS/Action Aid Denmark Fælledvej 12 2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark Email: alliance(ät)alliance-network(dot)eu European Year of Volunteering 2011 CSR Europe European business network w/ national partners for CSR; IBM, Sanofi, & NovoNordisk on Board; partner w/European Commission since 2006 on European Alliance for CSR Rue Victor Oudart 7 1030 Brussels Belgium tel +32 2 541 1610 Laura Maanavilja [email_address] Help Exchange US-based open *Search exchange w/ terms of use where volunteers find opportunity-by-country; typically helper works  4 hours/day & in return provided w/ accommodation and meals by host
  • Global Volunteering Other Resources Links accessed April 2011 Resource Notes Other Contact Info Manual on Measurement of Volunteer Work (ILO) 2011  first internationally sanctioned guidance to statistical agencies for generating reliable data on volunteer work using common definitions; by Johns Hopkins Ctr for Civil Society Studies w/International Labor Org & Intl Technical Experts Group (UN Volunteers support) International Labor Organisation UK Foreign&CommonwealthOffice Travel & Living Abroad Site
    • Website from UK government (UK resource focus) with lots of global info travel advisories by country
    HandOn Network Top Info for Employee Volunteer Programs Atlanta, GA USA Global Exchange  non-govt human rights’ org since 1988 organizes campaigns and Reality Tours focused on history or current country situation 2017 Mission Street, 2nd Floor - San Francisco, CA 94110 USA t: 415.255.7296 1.800.497.1994 [email_address] Go Work Abroad
    • Website for UK audience focused on finances, language issues, legalities a& practicalities of working abroad
    Jane Marshall, Features Editor Daresbury Point Green Wood Drive Manor Park Cheshire, WA7 1UP UK janem(at)goworkabroad.co(dot)uk Culture Crossing
    • website w/cross-cultural guides/info by country
    • No-charge ask-an-expert cultural etiquette/other question
    US founders; fee-based seminars [email_address] International Volunteer Card  travel insurance & discounts to qualifying volunteers SPES 2008 EU Country Reports on Volunteering  groundbreaking research-by-country comparative analyses on infrastructure for volunteering in Europe (English & Italian) Centro di Servizio per il Volontariato del Lazio; Via Liberiana, 17 – 00185 Rome tel. 39.06.44702178 [email_address] i-to-i Volunteer Travel  travel company w/offices in UK,Ireland, Australia) facilitates TESL & other volunteer opportunities (volunteers from US, Canada, UK, Australia) pay to volunteer eg on vacations) TESL= Teaching English as a Second Language Volunteer Genie  media info for all charities for recruiting volunteers etc from Time Bank, Volunteer Action Media Unit, Media Trust, & Institute for Volunteering Research TimeBank 011-44-(0)845 456 1668
  • US Residents Resources Search-by-Location Links accessed April 2011 Organization Providing Matching Other Entity, Notes, Contact Info Peace Corps US Govt; Tip: US Citizens only Opportunities all over the world HandsOn Network 600 Means Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, GA 30318 USA Tel 404.979.2900 Volunteers International Search site by International Volunteer Programs Association for Opportunities all over the world IVPA (since ‘96) PO Box 287049 New York City, NY 10128 USA 646.505.8209 Info((at))volunteerinternational((dot))org Global Volunteers US nonprofit; US participants pay to volunteer (eg families, individuals, or groups on their vacations) Opportunities all over the world Global Volunteers 375 E. Little Canada Rd. St. Paul, Minnesota 55117-1628 USA 651-407-6100 or 800-487-1074 Volunteer Match US-based nonprofit online tool to help those interested find US-community volunteer options Volunteer.Gov US Govt; Tip: US Citizens only; resource/tool to find US community volunteering options US Government Agency Partners eg, US Forest Service, US Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, etc Americorps US Govt; Tip: US Citizens only; resource/tool to find US community volunteering options Combined 2 former US govt programs: VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) created in 1964 & NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) Volunteer Solutions Tools & support for volunteer centers Truist 2201 Wisconsin Avenue NW., Suite 250 Washington, DC 20007 USA 202. 903.2585 1-800-Volunteer US-based nonprofit resource/tool also in Spanish (Sponsors ATT and AOL) w/terms of use to find US community volunteering options Tools/support for volunteer centers & nonprofits HandsOn Network 600 Means Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, GA 30318 USA Tel 404.979.2900 Info((at))handsonnetwork((dot))org
  • ROW Country-Specific Resources Search-by-Location Devt =Development; Gov=Government; Intl= International; Org = Organisations; ROW= Rest-of-World Links accessed April 2011 Organisation Contact TimeBank Global Student Experience  Charitable trust funded by UK govt Cabinet Office for Civil Society, Dept of Health, other UK charities  college study-abroad opportunities European Year of Volunteering 2011 To volunteer: helpdesk@timebank.org.uk Tel (UK) 0845 456 1668 or 020 3111 0700 Other info: 0845 456 1668 or 020 3111 0700 info@timebank.org.uk TimeBank- Royal London House 22-25 Finsbury Square, EC2A 1DX, London, UK France Bénévolat  state-approved association for voluntary orgs & volunteers w/80+ centers; community volunteering European Year of Volunteering 2011 127 rue Falguière, Hall B1, 75015 Paris France FÉDÉRATION DES CENTRES SOCIAUX ET SOCIOCULTURELS DE FRANCE (FCSF) 10, rue Montcalm BP 379 F-75869 Paris CEDEX 18 www.centres-sociaux.asso.fr CSV  national coordination of volunteer services (3 government ministries & others) Italian community volunteering options European Year of Volunteering 2011 Coordinamento Nazionale dei Centri di Servizio per il Volontariato Via Cavour, 191 - 00184 Roma Italia Tel. 06 45 50 49 89 segreteria@csvnet.it Canadian Intl Devt Agency  national org dedicated to reducing global poverty International & Canadian volunteering options 200 Promenade du Portage Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0G4 Canada Tel: 819-997-5456 1-800-230-6349 Email: info@acdi-cida.gc.ca Australian Business Volunteers  state-approved non-profit, non-govt (AusAID Agency) Since 1981 Suite 3, Fecca House 4 Phipps Close Deakin ACT 2602 Australia Tel: (02) 6285 1686 Email: info@abv.org.au EU Non-Gov CSR CSR Europe national partner list Search-By-Country See list for each country Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2010 Study of Japan's Global Health Aid Policy China WTO
  • Corporate Responsibility Organizations & Social Impact Consultants Links accessed April 2011 Org Name Sample Members/Clients London Benchmarking Group
    •  Abbott  Astrazeneca  GSK
    • Accenture  Deloitte  Siemens
    • LBG International
    • Tip: Organization that provides CSR
    The Corporate Citizenship Company Holborn Gate 330 High Holborn London WC1V 7QG Tel:+44 (0)20 7861 1616 lbg@corporate-citizenship.com Foundation Strategy Group
    •  Abbott  Lilly  Novartis
    • Amylin  Merck  Pfizer
    • Astrazeneca
    General info email: info@fsg.org Tel 617.357.4000 ( in Boston, MA USA) Offices in Boston, Washington DC, Seattle, San Francisco, & Geneva HandsOn Network largest US volunteer network w/250+ HandsOn Action Centers in 16 countries & 70,000+ corporate, faith & nonprofit orgs  Medtronic  VolunteerMatch 600 Means Street, Suite 210 Atlanta, GA 30318 USA Phone: 404.979.2900 E-mail: info@handsonnetwork.org Citizens Development Corps a non-profit, non-governmental org (NGO) support global MBA volunteering & CSR at  Pfizer  IBM  Novartis CDC Development Solutions Home Office 1420 K Street NW 7th Floor Washington, DC 20005 USA Tel 1-202-872-0933 E-mail: info@cdc.org Volunteer Match  Amgen  J & J  Merck  Boehringer  Medtronic  Takeda  Hospira (All tool clients) Tip : VolunteerMatchCorporateBlog VolunteerMatch Solutions 717 California St., 2nd Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 USA 415.241.6855 solutions@volunteermatch.org
  • Whys – Wisdom From Around the World Two US Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses An English Abbot & 2 English Poets Wisdom From Ancient China An Italian Renaissance Pragmatist 助人 为 快 乐 之本 ( or 助人 為 快 樂 之本 ) 善有善 报 ( or 善有善 報 ) Idealist or Realist Realist or Idealist Two US Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses “ .. [to be] touched by the better angels of our nature .” FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, AGE 51, 04 MARCH 1861 “ .. [a call for] a struggle against the common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself … The energy .. and the glow from that fire can truly light the world ” FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS, JOHN F. KENNEDY, AGE 43, 20 JANUARY 1961   Wisdom From Ancient China “ If you want happiness for a lifetime – help others ” -- CHINESE PROVERB “ Do good, reap good ” -- CHINESE PROVERB An English Abbot & 2 English Poets “ Charity means that … we have chosen something we are permitted to have; .. gone about attaining it in the right way, and ..having attained it we enjoy it in the way ..God meant it to be enjoyed. Charity implies a wise choice and an enjoyment that will benefit us. It begins as a choice, it develops as the pursuit of something good, and comes to its term in enjoyment ” SPECULUM CARITATES 3.8 [THE MIRROR OF CHARITY] AELRED OF RIVEAULX (1110-67) “ How far that little candle throws its beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world ” MERCHANT OF VENICE ACT V WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616) “ A man, to be greatly good, must imagine intensely and comprehensively; he must put himself in the place of another and of many others; the pains and pleasures of his species must become his own .” DEFENSE OF POETRY 1821, PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY (1792-1822) A Worldly Wise Italian Renaissance Statesman “ Do all you can to seem good, for that can be infinitely useful. But since false opinions do not last, it will be difficult to seem good for very long, if you are really not. ” RICORDI C.44 [MAXIMS AND REFLECTIONS] “ Do not let the ingratitude of many men deter you from doing good to others. To do good without ulterior motive is a generous and almost divine thing in itself. Moreover, while doing good, you may come across someone so grateful that he makes up for all the ingratitude of others. ” RICORDI C.11 “ If a man is not really a good citizen, he will not long be thought one. And so even if he only wishes to give the impression of being a good citizen, he must nevertheless force himself to be one . ” RICORDI B.2 FRANCESCO GUICCIARDINI (1483-1540)
  • Neither idealist nor realist? What about The Lorax .. “ Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.” THE LORAX 1971 --- DR. SEUSS (1904-1991)              
  • Who’s Who of CSR ? – Board of CROA As of 14APR 2011 Source: http ://www.croassociation.org/content/governance-structure
  • One example of CSR Public Commitments by Pharma Source: 2009-10 Merck Corporate Responsibility Review