Update

It’s been a while since I put virtual ink to virtual paper here on the Activist CEO blog. As you can imagine, it’s not due to a lack of activism, but an acceleration of it. Here are the projects I am currently working on:

  • Leadership team at Tech Networks. Our vision is to achieve 95% customer satisfaction by the end of 2010.
  • Recruit for new SBN CEO Roundtable. I have benefited greatly from participating in the SBN’s first CEO Roundtable, which includes 8 leaders from other mission-driven businesses. I’m assembling a second group.
  • Orangutan Foundation International: Recruiting an assistant for Dr. Galdikas who will accompany her in her travels. Also, looking for consultant who will help us create a strategic plan for maximizing the value from our upcoming film.
  • Greenpeace / The Leadership Campaign: Recruiting business owners who want to be in a video. The point is to show business owners who state that “The US Chamber of Commerce does not represent me.”
  • Boston’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee on Climate Change: Recruiting for the City’s interactive workshops on climate change planning. We need at least 750 people!

My New Year’s resolution was to make sure that I am spending my time working on the things that matter most. My blog may suffer for it, but it’s all for the best!

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