About 20 years of experiences in private and nonprofit sectors. Previous works and related institutions includes Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and Harvard Kennedy School with Mid Career Master of Public Administration degree and Asia Program Fellowship.
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Corporate Social Education (“CSE”) reimagines how we educate our workforce to become change agents in society. CSE creates the bridge to address non-cognitive educational gaps that ends up impacting the workplace and society as a whole. Examples are: life skills, leadership training, soft skills etc.
Using the workforce, CSE adds value to the brain trust of the community and ensures we are fulfilling the highest need of our employees i.e. self-actualization. (Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs)
The core principles of CSE lie in how we educate our employees and how they can transfer these skills to the community. It allows companies to tap into the infinite asset of their skilled corporate talent within their existing structures.
Very often by having uniquely skilled employees teach what they themselves need to learn the most, the teacher learns twice tattooing their own brain along with that of their students.
Every Corporate Social Responsibility and branding strategy should tool itself with a Corporate Social Education component. Period.