Wednesday, February 27, 2013
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Social Capital Masters Session*
Topics will include: multifaceted partnership cultivation and activation; web and social media cause engagement strategies; employee and consumer engagement; building and managing high-performing teams; measuring impact; and creating inter-departmental and field alignment.
Guest speakers include: Elizabeth Nielsen, Director of Interactive Marketing at Feeding America; Sue Citro, Director of Digital Strategy, Global Markets at The Nature Conservancy; Maggie Carter, Deputy Director of Shot@Life at United Nations Foundation; and Matt Mahan, President & CEO of Causes.
5 p.m. - 8 p.m. Social Capital 2013 Networking Dinner Reception & Social Capital Hero Award
Social Capital 2013 kicks off with a networking dinner reception and presentation of the Social Capital Hero Award honoring an individual working among us who has made a profound impact for the greater good.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Social Capital 2013
Social Capital 2013 will feature an extraordinary, hand-selected group of industry insiders from a cross-section of top social causes and corporate citizens. Sessions will be conducted in a variety of audience-engaging formats that will facilitate a candid exchange about what works, what doesn’t and what’s next in strategic partnerships. Social Capital 2013 topics will include:
Industry Insights: Trends from Social Capital’s lens working inside organizations and their partners helping build enduring partnerships
Game-changing Partnerships: Co-creating multifaceted, sustainable partnerships that invest in critical outcomes, build brand relevance, and result in social and business ROI
High-Performing Teams: Building talent, operational excellence and trust enterprise-wide
Village Partnerships: What “good” looks like in forming and sustaining strategic alliances
Employee Engagement: Effective strategies engaging employees in meaningful and significant actions that result in employee recruitment and retention
Digital Media Trends in Constituent Building: How digital media has helped corporations and nonprofits move from online awareness building to overall constituent building and engagement
Megaphones and Amplifiers: Building platforms beyond partner channels and strategically leveraging influencers, celebrities and media
* Social Capital Masters Session is the day prior to the Social Capital 2013 conference and is in addition to the conference registration fee. Seats are limited; reserve early to guarantee your place.
Social Capital continues to ignite the conversations around the industry’s hottest opportunities and challenges and offers insights from the leaders on both sides
of the partnerships table. Our team looks forward to the idea-sharing and networking again in 2013.