How do you see your role in corporate social responsibility (CSR)?


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Vice President Strategy ( Engineering and Digital) in Software, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I learned the hard way how to build my career through various services, domains, and markets; now, I am passionate about guiding young engineering and management students to the right career. Given that technology changes every three to five years, as does the geopolitical and business environment, I assist them in determining what skills they need to keep up with these changes and become self-sufficient. As part of my corporate social responsibility (CSR), I provide guidance through webinars. I'm also working on a book about how to differentiate your career, because careers require careful planning to grow sustainably. The competition is becoming increasingly fierce, so there is a real need to differentiate yourself.
CMO in Education, Self-employed
Since corp is short for corpse, that's an oxymoron for me. A construct with the sole purpose of profit cannot have true allegiance to anything else. The employees getting together to pledge X percent of their time to builinghouses for needy families or giving X amount of their salary to fund college for minorities would be cool, but the corp its self is a joke.
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Chief Information Security Officer in Healthcare and Biotech, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
CSR is very much important for any top executive; I believe CSR allows top executives to work on some social problem which may not be a top priority of any business. When this TOP executive spends their time on social problems, it solves quickly also opens new opportunities as well. 
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