Beyond Corporate Responsibility

corporate responsibilities

Setting Your Organization Apart

What if you could achieve your corporate responsibility goals while also boosting employee engagement and leadership skills? Our programs can achieve your corporate responsibility goals while providing more lasting benefits to organizations and employees.

Most organizations aim for three things: happy customers, happy employees and a healthy bottom line. Truth is, happy, engaged employees lead to happier customers, which creates a healthier bottom line. Include leadership training into the mix, and you have staff who are inspired, engaged and better people/project managers. Plus, leadership training will help you spot your organization’s future leaders for succession planning.

“Laura Hansen is a very gifted and intuitive business advisor. She has quickly become a deeply valued part of our team – helping lead our strategic planning, strengthen our communication and leadership skills, and training us to identify personality styles and strengths that were affecting performance.”

Anne Staines
President, ProProse

Leading with Stewardship

The Roundtable is a scheduled series of facilitated discussions in peer leadership/managerial groups around topics and issues relevant to your organization and your corporate responsibility objectives.

  • Hone your skills to inspire engagement
  • Understand your impact
  • Discover the small acts that make the biggest difference

Your organization can set up a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly schedule. Program kickoff includes an initial preparation session for members to develop individual objectives, accountability guidelines, and success metrics.

An effective leader is one who stays flexible and keeps growing. Through the Leading with Stewardship Roundtables, participants enter a continuous cycle of action, accountability, assessment and growth.

This process fosters the abilities to be humble, honest, forthright and creative. When a leader holds him/herself accountable to these behaviors, holding other people accountable for their actions has deeper meaning for everyone.


Onsite “Stewardship at Work” Office Hours

Remember the Peanuts® cartoon of Lucy sitting at her “Psychiatrist 5¢” booth? Well, this is kind of like that, but more helpful. With the “Stewardship at Work” program, we’ll provide an onsite professional coach to counsel your employees one-on-one about their specific issues related to leadership, interpersonal communication, decision-making and personal accountability.

“Stewardship at Work” office hours are often purchased in conjunction with the leadership roundtables.


Stewardship Training for the Woman Business Owner or Leader

A six-month or 12-month program for those entrepreneurs, business owners, organizational and community leaders either established or on the rise. This training is intended for individuals who wish to do their work in the world while deeply connected to their purpose and principles. Laura is your partner in this six-month or year-long training that is customized to your goals and your schedule. Participation can be in-person or done virtually.

You will learn:

  • To align your decision-making process with your purpose and principles
  • To live your personal and professional life from the same place of integrity and self-care
  • Meditation and mindfulness practices to improve overall well-being and confidence
  • New approaches to relationship-building and conflict resolution
  • Keys to harnessing your own power to make bold moves

The practice of stewardship goes beyond professional development to encompass all aspects of your life. This global approach will, in turn, allow you to build a principled and meaningful foundation from which you can powerfully and gracefully direct your life in every aspect.


Increasing employee engagement investments by 10% can increase profits by $2,400 per employee, per year. And, are 38% more likely to have above-average productivity.

Workplace Research Foundation

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