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Charities @ Work 2012 Summit Weaving Engagement Up, Down and Across the Organization April 4, 2012, 2:15-3:30 Presenters: Malika Harrison, Community Engagement and Communications Specialist, Alcoa Foundation

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Charities work 2012 summit weaving engagement up down and across the organization

Charities @ Work 2012 Summit

Weaving Engagement Up, Down and Across the Organization

April 4, 2012, 2:15-3:30

Presenters:

Malika Harrison, Community Engagement and Communications Specialist, Alcoa

Foundation

Christopher Montross, Managing Director, Aetna Community Relations & Urban Marketing

Ann Sullivan, HR Office Manager, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

Moderator: Lina Klebanov, Deputy Director Corporate Social Responsibility, Marsh &

McLennan Companies


Weaving engagement up down and across the organization

Weaving Engagement Up, Down and Across the Organization

Agenda

This dynamic panel will discuss their successes engaging colleagues from across

business units and even businesses. Panelists with talk about methods of

communication, key steps to creating buy-in across departments and strategies to

build and promote successful partnerships.

Aetna - Engagement Strategy

Alcoa - Global Month of Service

FINRA - Signature Program, Operation Hope


Community relations mission vision core competencies

Community RelationsMission/Vision/Core Competencies

  • Mission:

    To support Aetna's business objectives by deepeningour market presence in the communities we serve.  We achieve this through locally designed and targeted efforts that maximize investments, form long-term partnerships and leverage the power of employee engagement and volunteerism.

  • Vision:

    To enrich our communities worldwide by promoting innovative tools and resources addressing unique segment needs and reaching populations on their terms thus strengthening Aetna’s reputation as a leading corporate citizen and company of choice.

  • Core Competency Statement:

    Community Relations & Urban Marketing’s core competency is relationship management. Through the maintenance of strong internal and external relationships, the organization acts as a catalyst for change by creating a strong brand that favors consumer preference.


Community relations enterprise strategy

Community RelationsEnterprise Strategy

Accelerate profitable growth by providing the business segments with key relationships to in understanding the needs of a diverse set of prospects and customers will:

  • Expand the universe of potential customers

  • Maximize networking and partnership opportunities

  • Increase involvement in community (speaking engagements, employee volunteerism,

    executive sponsorships, and PR related opportunities)

  • Support market/product development and introduction in collaboration with segments

    by overlaying market data and local relationships

  • Position Aetna as “customer preferred” in multicultural/multilingual markets

  • Strengthen local communities around the globe

    Our Collaborative efforts will:

  • Enhance Aetna’s image and reputation, particularly as a neighbor and company of choice

  • Build, strengthen and maintain community relationships that support Aetna’s business

  • Encourage the effective utilization of technology in our communities

  • Empower our employees to be contributing members of society

  • Demonstrate Aetna’s core values through visible commitment to our communities


Aetna community engagement model

Aetna Community Engagement Model

Volunteerism &

Employee

Engagement

Enterprise

Consulting

Profitable

Growth

Event and

Trade Show

consistency

Localized campaign

delivery

Enterprise language

capabilities

5


Aetna partnership components

Aetna Partnership Components

Objective

Impact

Membership vs. Brand

Targeted Demographics

Activation and Cost

Multi Media Reach

Cost vs. Value

Current Aetna Engagement

Partnership Reputation


Community relations desired end state

Community Relations: Desired End-State

  • Ensure Aetna’s community visibility and relationships in designated growth markets support sales, retention and local marketing efforts.

  • Achieve greater local and national presence through the integration of community involvement efforts with media relations, communications, marketing and community involvement efforts.

  • Enhance Aetna's brand awareness and business objectives in targeted markets through numerous alliances.

  • Increase the availability of Aetna tools and resources in other languages (e.g. Spanish, Mandarin, etc.)

  • Develop communications strategies to more effectively articulate Aetna Corporate Citizenship and its long history of community involvement and impact.

  • Engage and motivate Aetna employees to help Aetna achieve operating excellence.


Alcoa at a glance

Alcoa at a Glance

  • Founded in 1888

  • 200+ locations in 31 countries

  • 2011 revenue - $25 billion

  • Award-winning sustainability leadership

  • Largest producer of aluminum in the world


Aluminum plays a significant role in key industries

Aluminum Plays a Significant Role in Key Industries

Aerospace and Transportation

Building and Construction

Consumer Electronics

Defense

Industrial Products and Services

Packaging


Alcoa contributes dollars time products and assets

Alcoa Contributes Dollars, Time, Products and Assets

In 2011, Alcoa employees volunteered more than 900,000 hours.

Alcoa Foundation contributed more than US$21 million to nonprofit organizations throughout the world in 2011.


Our support focuses on the geographies where we operate

Our Support Focuses on the Geographies Where We Operate

Iceland

Canada

Russia

Europe

United States

China

Guinea

Saudi

Arabia

Jamaica

Suriname

Brazil

Australia


Charities work 2012 summit weaving engagement up down and across the organization

Month of Service

  • EVP held annually in October

  • Mobilizes Alcoa's global workforce

    to volunteer

  • Making a positive difference in communities where we live and work

  • Strengthening communities to maintain our license to operate


Charities work 2012 summit weaving engagement up down and across the organization

Communications

Toolkit

  • Logo, Posters, Web Banners

  • Leadership Endorsement Letter

  • Internal Newsletter Article Template

  • Local Press Release Template

  • PowerPoint slide for Closed-circuit TVs

    Message from CEO

    e-Card

    QR code

    Alcoa Update

    Social Media


Charities work 2012 summit weaving engagement up down and across the organization

Engagement

A record 56% of employees participated in more than 1,200 events across 24 countries

Lead Team Support

Participation Targets

Leadership Engagement

Photo Contest

Surprise Grants

$10,000 surprise grants awarded by leadership in key geographies

Involve Retirees, Families

and Friends


56 participation for 2011 month of service

56% Participation for 2011 Month of Service

Month of Service:

Increasing rate of employee participation

Employees Participating

  • 2011 Participation

  • 100% Executive Council participation

  • More than 100,000 families, friends, community members

  • More than 700 retirees

  • 378,000+ hours volunteered

  • 2011 Community Impact

  • 88,000+ cans recycled

  • 34,000+ trees planted

  • 1,800+ NGOs involved

  • 9,000 meals served

  • 360+ schools benefited

  • 81,000+ children assisted

  • 890,000+ community members benefited

56%

49%

37%

24%

16%


Operation hope at finra

Operation HOPE at FINRA


Financial industry regulatory authority

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

FINRA is the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing

business in the United States.

We oversee nearly 4,435 brokerage firms, 161,450 branch offices and

630,155 registered securities representatives.

Our chief role is to protect investors by maintaining the fairness of the

U.S. capital markets.

FINRA has approximately 3,200 employees and operates from

Washington, DC, and New York, NY, with 20 regional offices around the

country.


Financial industry regulatory authority partners with operation hope

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority- Partners with Operation Hope

We introduced Operation Hope at FINRA last fall in 2011.

CEO Rick Ketchum thought this program partnered with our

FINRA mission while also promoting employee volunteerism

across our organization.

Initiated a pilot program by recruiting 50 volunteers through

out our organization.


Finra program goals

FINRA Program Goals

Partnering with Operation HOPE allows FINRA to further support its mission

of Investor Protection and Market Integrity by:

  • Educating future investors in traditionally underserved communities.

  • Increasing the awareness of FINRA and our mission in the communities where we have a presence.

  • Increasing the awareness and understanding of the value of diversity (thought, economic status, demographic) amongst our employees and in our communities.

  • Providing opportunities for FINRA employees to actively participate in enhancing a diverse, inclusive and respectful environment at FINRA and in our communities.


Finra s partnership with operation hope

FINRA’s Partnership with Operation Hope

How did we develop the program pilot across departments?

Diversity Leadership Council (25 members serve from across company departments)

Pointed a Program Manager and Program Coordinator

How did we communicate this initiative across our organization?

Partner with Corporate Communications to develop e-mails

Intranet postings on our intranet site featured it in Employee news

Top down – Officers communicated it to there managers

Talked about it at our monthly Town Hall meeting

Held informational web-ex sessions


Finra next steps

FINRA Next Steps

Submit online Volunteer Interest Form

  • Must be in “good standing”

  • Must receive written confirmation of support from management

  • Up to 50 volunteers will be selected

  • Program is available in all FINRA locations; minimum of 4 volunteers per location i

    Once Notified of Your Selection, Attend All Training Events

  • Web-based training

  • Local training events as coordinated by HOPE local representatives

    Conduct 2 Banking on our Future sessions in 2011-2012 academic year

  • Coordinate volunteer dates with the Diversity and WorkLife Group

  • Secure written manager confirmation

  • Notify the FINRA HOPE coordinator


Operation hope current state

Operation Hope Current State

Employees are enjoying the program and finding it rewarding.

“Meeting with a training prior to the event with Jose was beneficial and

inspiring, Jose went through the curriculum and gave tips/stories that they

were able to use during the session”

“The session put the employees at ease for the session and it was nice to

have his guidance”

“Event was very organized” 

“The event on 2/15 went very smoothly – Tara was very organized”

“Had a lot of fun with the children”


Future of operation hope at finra

Future of Operation Hope at FINRA

The Operation Hope pilot was very successful.

In 2012 the program will be expanded to all employees.

Operation Hope is a great way for FINRA to educate and

protect future investors.

Continue to evaluate the program and it’s successes and

look for ways to improve the program.


Thank you

Questions and Discussion

Thank You


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