The Corporate Service Corps simultaneously delivers excellence in leadership development and impact for communities facing critical challenges while demonstrating IBM's innovation in skills, technology and citizen diplomacy.

The Corporate Service Corps provides an enormous growth opportunity with exposure to real-life challenges and cultural differences which can't be matched in normal work settings. It was inspiring to see the personal growth in colleagues from across the world as we strived to make genuine community impact.

CSC India Team Participant

Celebrating its 10 years, IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC)continues its tradition of:

– Leveraging IBM’s problem-solving culture to empower community organizations to address complex issues
– Developing the leadership and functional skills of IBMers
– Deepening IBMers’ connection to IBM

Throughout its 10 years, IBM CSC has:

Activated over 4,000 participants from 62 different countries

Deployed to 44 different countries

Supported over 340 teams with more than 1,400 projects

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LinkedIn Top Companies 2018: Where The U.S. Wants To Work Now

LinkedIn | March 21, 2018

From Starbucks to Spotify, the 2018 LinkedIn Top Companies represent the companies where professionals most want to work across the U.S. — based on the actions of LinkedIn’s more than 546 million professionals (over 146 million in the U.S. alone). They are respected brands and innovators, and all attract outsize attention by jobseekers.

The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn members and looks at four main pillars: interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention.

International SOS Foundation Announces 2018 Duty Of Care Awards Winners

International SOS | May 18, 2018

Awards promote ‘Empowering Sustainability & Resilience’, honouring leadership, foresight and strategic innovation in protecting the global workforce.

The winners of the 2018 Duty of Care Awards were announced at a gala event in Chicago on Thursday, 17 May. Hosted by the International SOS Foundation, the awards took place following the Duty of Care Summit. Under this year’s theme of ‘Empowering Sustainability and Resilience’ the awards honour organisations and individuals making a significant contribution to protecting their people while travelling or working remotely.

Program details

IBM launched the pro bono Corporate Service Corps in 2008 primarily as a vehicle for global leadership development. Teams of from eight to 15 members partner with government, business and civic leaders in emerging markets to address high-priority issues such as education, health and economic development. Individual CSC teams spend three months learning about the communities and the problems they’ll address before spending four weeks on the ground working with local organizations and other relevant local stakeholders to develop recommendations for short-term and long-term actions. The program has achieved its primary goal—equipping IBMers for the challenges of working and leading in a global organization. Many of them on return call their deployments life changing. Since its launch, the CSC has emerged as a new model for leadership development and social engagement in the 21st Century. It’s a living laboratory for experiments and learning at a time when corporations are under incredible pressure to transform the way they operate because of globalization and technology shifts, and when economic challenges and social instability threaten to slow human progress.

Case study

IBM Corporate Service Corps Leadership 2016

CSC Empowering Women Infographic 2016

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