Do you know what corporate social responsibility looks like in a dental practice?
Do you struggle to implement a manageable CSR plan in your practice, Mark Topley asks.
The challenge that all businesses face today is that nine out of 10 people expect them to do good as part of their normal business strategy (projectROI.com).
In order to win those people over, whether they are patients or staff, and become or remain successful, you have to be able to demonstrate that you’re doing the right things environmentally, socially, and for your people.
The challenge many of us face is that we aren’t always clear about what corporate social responsibility (CSR) looks like in our business, or maybe we struggle to put it into a manageable plan that adds value.
To help dentists to navigate the challenges of responding to the need to be more socially and environmentally responsible, Mark Topley is running a national survey across the profession to ascertain what practices are currently doing in the areas of CSR.
The results will be published in July, followed by a series of articles promoting some of the best practice we’ve found around the country, and with straightforward advice on getting CSR to add value to your community, the environment and your business.
The survey takes less than five minutes to complete, and covers the three key aspects of CSR:
- Leadership, team and integrity
- Community and charity.
Please indicate how true each statement is for your practice. The results are anonymous. If you would like to receive a copy of the overall results, plus helpful tips on how to improve your social and environmental responsibility, enter your email address at the end.