As a thought leader and expert in sustainability, Coro shares her ideas on advancing corporate social innovation through speaking engagements, presentations and webinars on a wide range of topics.
She posts her events and video, audio and webinar presentations on trends and best practices in corporate sustainability and responsibility so others can accelerate their social leadership. She speaks with knowledge, experience and passion on a host of subjects.
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GLOBE Forum 2022
March 29, 2022
3:30 – 5:00 pm PST
Coro will be speaking at and moderating a panel and workshop on “Propelling Purpose on the Path to Net Zero”.
GPC’s 23rd Annual Corporate Governance Conference
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Coro is moderating a panel on Purpose Governance at this Corporate Governance Conference.
Propelling Purpose Summit 2021
November 17-18, 2021
Coro is one of the organizers and moderators of this first-ever national (virtual) summit designed to accelerate the Purpose Economy. Use discount code SP-21 to save 15% off the registration fee.
Becoming a Purpose-Driven Company: Tales from the Trenches
GreenBiz 2021 Panel Session discussing the why and how of pivoting from CSR to Purpose moderated by Coro.
Check out this short video where executives from Unilever, TELUS and BASF discuss transformational corporate leadership in this GLOBE 2014 panel moderated by Coro.
Net Impact Conference
Coro made a presentation to UBC business students at the 2013 Net Impact Conference.
Circular Economy Business Model Innovation
Coro provides a 20 minute overview of her research into circular economy business model innovation which she conducted for the National Zero Waste Council. She profiles 8 case study companies which are successfully becoming circular enterprises and shows how. Check out these times: 18:00 – 38:00 or watch the whole show.
Introduction to the Transformational Company Qualities
Watch this 30 minute “Introduction to the Qualities of a Transformational Company” to learn what they are, why and how they were developed, why they are important and how you can use them in your corporate sustainability and social responsibility practice.
How companies are leading the way into a sustainable future
If you roll your eyes at investment jargon like corporate social responsibility and environmental social governance analysis, then you’ll love this episode of Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy. Led by host Tim Nash, we go looking for companies that are truly leading the way into a sustainable future. Coro Strandberg, president of Strandberg Consulting and co-founder of the Social Purpose Institute at United Way, tells us about social purpose businesses who are aiming higher than just profit maximization. Joyce Sou, director for business development at B Lab U.S. & Canada, tells us about the rigorous B Corp certification that helps separate true sustainability leaders from companies who are just paying lip service to the idea.
Closing the Loop
Diversity in Sustainability and how the pandemic has enabled a purpose-driven economy
How has the pandemic affected sustainability? Diversity and sustainability experts Heather Mak and Coro Strandberg return to Closing the Loop to chat with Allen about diversity in sustainability and how the pandemic has enabled a purpose-driven economy. They discuss what a purpose-driven economy is, how the pandemic has enabled it, and equity, diversity, and inclusion in sustainability.
Closing the Loop
Is sustainability just a trend? Heather Mak and Coro Strandberg – who have each made a career in leading sustainability in their sectors – chat with the CEO of Return-It, Allen Langdon, about the global shift to prioritizing sustainability. They share advice for companies looking to engage in sustainability efforts, what is leading the environmental movement, what responsibilities organizations have, and more.
In these two podcasts Coro discusses trends in corporate social value creation, transformational companies, and why it’s in a company’s interest to help resolve some seemingly intractable social, economic and environmental challenges.