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Your Company Name*
Role Within Organization*
---1-9 (Micro)10-49 (Small)50-249 (Medium)250+ (Large)
Current Revenue of Your Business*
---Less than 100K100K - 1M1-5 Million5 to 20 Million20 Million+
Has your organization articulated its Intended Impact? If so, what is it?
The depth of my organization's impact is best described as:
Creating a brief change in the lives of our beneficiaries (average beneficiary experiences a temporary difference in behaviour, condition or state of consciousness)Creating meaningful change in the lives of our beneficiaries (average beneficiary uses or refers to products and services with regularity; he or she experiences recurring changes in behaviour, condition or state of consciousness)Creating enormous change in the lives of our beneficiaries (average beneficiary repeatedly uses or refers to products and services; he or she experiences major changes in behaviour, condition or state of consciousness)Creating revolutionary, life-long change in the lives of our beneficiaries (average beneficiary's behaviour, condition or state of consciousness is forever altered; the effects of the organization's products and services are constant)
What daily management strategies does your organization use to maintain focus on meeting the mission?
What makes your organization's physical work environment exceptional?
Architectural Beauty (e.g., physical building designed by an artistic architect; regular commentary from visitors about building's aesthetic appeal)Interior Design (e.g., stylized colours; lighting design; decorative art; lots of open space; themed work spaces; ergonomic furniture; feng shui arrangements)Natural Elements (e.g., lots of plants; aquarium; big windows; fresh air; outside workspace; water fountain)Premium Technology (e.g., cutting-edge computers and software; large monitors; complimentary smartphones)Workstation Flexibility (e.g., a variety of rooms, desks and couches to work from and the freedom to choose)Fun Factor (e.g., recreational room with ping pong / billiards table; movie room; company competitions; employee sports teams; office mascot)Food Offerings (e.g., nutritious food and drink available at low or no cost to employees)Extraordinary Amenities (e.g., complimentary on-site or nearby fitness facilities; hot tub; massages; laundry service; child day care)Desirable Setting (e.g., in a hip city or trendy part of town; easy to access; in a historic building; a campus setting; surrounded by nature; near the beach)
How does your organization empower its employees?
Values-Driven Hiring (e.g., interviews used to learn candidate’s values in addition to skills and experience; organization only hires candidates who are genuinely passionate about the mission and who share the organization’s core values)Strengths Assessments (e.g., strengths assessments used in hiring process; project and task involvement carefully aligned with employees’ natural abilities)Results-Only Work Environment (freedom to work where you want, when you want, how you want, as long as you create the results expected of you)Purpose-Driven Culture (purpose and vision of the organization is a constant source of inspiration for employees, making all roles and tasks meaningful; organization is led by a visionary CEO or founder)Connection Initiatives (e.g., a probationary period for all new employees to ensure good fit; low levels of hierarchy; retreats, activities and / or rituals used to create connectedness amongst employees; a collaborative work environment; a tribe-like culture)Performance Recognition (employees praised for outstanding contributions)Opportunities for Professional Growth and Learning (e.g., funding and time for skills development courses; funding and time to attend conferences or workshops; flexibility around professional growth path and speed)Support for Personal Growth and Learning (e.g., funding and time to pursue hobbies; life coaching and mentorship; financial planning tools and guidance; personal growth library of courses and books)Clear Plans for Promotion and Advancement (e.g., executive positions filled internally; organization structure creates opportunities for constant advancement; plan in place to offer regular promotions)Servant Leadership (participative management style; leader(s) that enable, support and encourage employees; leader(s) that are humble, empathetic and approachable)
What demonstrates that your organization helps everyone win?
Products for a Better World (e.g., products or services create health and happiness, promote the arts, advance science, or contribute to knowledge-sharing; products and services increase the flow of capital to purpose-driven enterprises)Happy Customers (e.g., formal policies and procedures to ensure customer satisfaction such as a one year return option and 24 hour customer support; customer appreciation days; an outstanding reputation in the marketplace)Appreciated Suppliers, Distributors and Partners (e.g., requesting and implementing feedback; win-win business practices; high levels of trust; efforts to strengthen personal relationships and make business dealings enjoyable)Pleased Investors (e.g., transparent financial reporting; easily accessible financial data; organization is meeting or exceeding return on investment expectations)Industry Collaboration (more than attending conferences, organization makes the effort to share best practices with like-minded organizations)Ethical Supply Chains (e.g., Fair Trade certification; supply chain practices are measured, documented and reported)Care for Community (e.g., formal policy incentivizing employees to participate in community service projects; involvement in community organizations; free services offered or events hosted for the community; feedback sought from local community on new initiatives)Local Economic Growth (e.g., local purchasing policy or strategy in place; substantial effort made to hire locally and establish local partnerships; main production facilities located in country of origin)Donating to Social Causes (e.g., giving money or other resources of value to human rights advocacy groups, orphanages, rehabilitation programs; donation matching)
How are your organization’s offices and facilities Earth Friendly?
Eco-tech Construction (e.g., building constructed or renovated using low impact, long lasting materials; low energy consumption; environmentally friendly finishes)Efficient Appliances and Retrofits (e.g., energy-efficient lighting, mechanical and electrical systems; water-efficient plumbing; high-performance windows)Renewable Energy Installments (e.g., solar panels / water heaters; geothermal heating; hydropower; biofuels; wind turbines)Eco-Friendly Supplies (e.g., printed materials made from recycled paper / soy-based inks; all natural soaps and cleaning products)Recycling and Composting Systems (e.g., diligent recycling of paper, cardboard, glass and plastics; composting system for food waste)Clean Commuting Incentives (e.g., incentives for employees to use public transportation, cycle or carpool; the ability to walk to work or work from home)
Which ecologically sensitive features does your organization incorporate into its product design?
Environmentally Conscious Materials (e.g., easily replenished new materials like bamboo or hemp; local materials; materials come from previously recycled products)Bio-degradable, Recyclable or Reusable Breakdown (e.g., most material can be broken down to reusable form at end of lifecycle; clear labelling or instructions on how to responsibly dispose of product; organization-sponsored recycling program)Durability (e.g., long-lasting products; quality assurance such as a lifetime warranty; easy to repair and service)Renewable Energy Use (renewable energy used in production facility)Eco-Minded Partners and Suppliers (e.g., partners and suppliers have waste and landfill reduction initiatives, use renewable energy, audit emissions; maintain high environmental standards)Low Impact Transportation (e.g., concerted effort to reduce packaging materials; hybrid vehicles or biodiesel-fueled trucks for transporting goods)Water Conserving Systems (e.g., water audits conducted to measure consumption levels, flow and discharge; water treatment and reduction initiatives)Waste Minimizing Initiatives (e.g., organization recycles or reuses waste; donates valued byproducts; composts biodegradable waste)
How does your organization give back to the planet?
Volunteering to Support Nature (e.g., staff trips for litter cleanups, tree planting, reforestation; practicing sustainable agriculture; youth engagement to promote awareness)Spreading Environmental Awareness (e.g., organization’s leaders call for ecological stewardship through editorials, speeches and public engagements)Donating to Environmental Causes (e.g., giving money or other resources of value to conservation groups, wildlife / endangered species protection, environmental rehabilitation following natural disasters; donation-matching)Voluntary Carbon Credit Purchases (organization’s carbon emissions are negated through the voluntary purchase of carbon credits, by the organization or by its customers)Environmentally-Focused Products and Services (e.g., organization is advancing renewable energy technology, creating educational programs to spread environmental awareness, producing eco-friendly goods)