26 Resources found
In 1996, CBI published the book Dealing with an Angry Public, which put forward six principles to help governments and corporations win back the public’s trust. Today, despite positive results for many organizations that have put the principles to work, trust in U.S. institutions is at an all-time low, and collaboration, civility, and a commitment to building consensus are in short supply in the country's political system. This article offers strategies for making progress in this challenging moment.
Through the mutual gains approach CBI provides guidance to companies in developing negotiated partnerships with key stakeholders.
Corporate Stakeholder Engagement provides a new point of entry for those concerned about the social and environmental impacts of mineral extraction.
CBI helped produce a documentary exploring the creation of a dialogue roundtable to resolve longstanding disputes between a community and a copper mining company in Peru’s Andean highlands.
A pragmatic list of best practices for siting wind energy facilities drawn from a CBI workshop.
Global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) discourse is moving beyond the need for credible reporting on CSR compliance toward a focus on the question of effective remedies to resolve conflicts between corporations and stakeholders.
CBI works with the World Wildlife Fund to facilitate the development of global standards that address key negative impacts from the expanding aquaculture industry.
CBI works with Chevron Nigeria Ltd. and its Niger Delta stakeholders to improve and strengthen relationships between Niger Delta communities and the oil company.
Apologies are not always appropriate or helpful. This article addresses when and how it is appropriate to deliver a public apology.
Workable Peace is a secondary school project that integrates the study of intergroup conflict and the development of crucial civic and social skills into social studies and humanities classes. In this module, students learn about the birth of the labor movement in the United States, through a role play on negotiations to resolve the 1894 Pullman Strike.
Public apologies present researchers and consultants with a series of interlocking and difficult questions. Field offers advice on giving an effective public apology.
CBI takes a closer look at cell tower siting disputes and makes recommendations on how to handle them in more effective and efficient ways.