Stories With Traction

Part 3 | How to Implement a Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy

August 19, 2022 Matt Zaun Season 1 Episode 32
Stories With Traction
Part 3 | How to Implement a Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy
Show Notes


SERIES: This podcast episode is a part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) series on the Stories With Traction podcast. In the series, Dan Koval and Matt Zaun will talk about the WHAT, the WHY, and the HOW regarding CSR. By utilizing the concepts shared, you can radically enhance your sales, marketing, and company culture through CSR. Enjoy these episodes!

Check out the WHAT episode here |

Check out the WHY episode here |

SUMMARY: In this episode (the HOW), Dan Koval and Matt Zaun talk about how you can implement a CSR strategy that works for your company.   Before you listen to this episode, check out the WHAT, and the WHY episodes first.

DAN KOVAL BIO: Currently in his 14th year at Bentley Systems, Dan Koval oversees all global corporate giving and colleague community involvement. This includes Bentley’s massive STEM grant program, which provides funds on behalf of all full-time colleagues to designate monetary support for STEM programs in their communities. In addition, Dan has spent over a decade as a "Big Brother" in the Beyond School Walls Big Brother Big Sister program, he's mentored numerous students through the Future City Competition, and he spent some time in Rwanda building a bridge over a river in a rural village.

For more info, check out Dan Koval here |

MATT ZAUN BIO: Matt is an award-winning speaker and storyteller who empowers organizations to attract more clients through the art of strategic storytelling. Matt’s past engagements have catalyzed radical sales increases for over 300 organizations that range from financial institutions to the health and wellness industry.

Matt shares his expertise in persuasion with executives, sales professionals, and entrepreneurs, who he coaches on the art of influence and how to leverage this for profits and impact.

For more info, check out Matt Zaun here: