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 THE DOING GOOD MODEL

Founded in 1997 by the businesswoman and philanthropist Shari Arison, The Doing Good Model demonstrates how successful organizations that are driven by meaning, give their employees a sense of value, and promote social impact and environmental protection – can, are, and will continue to be business-thriving organizations.

 

THE MODEL

A VALUE-DRIVEN TRANSFORMATION ROADMAP

 

The Doing Good Model is a sustainable value-based model for positive creation worldwide. It is a practical
day-to-day tool for integrating values
at the core of individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, communities, and

for the benefit of society at large.

THE DOING GOOD DNA PROGRAM

The Doing Good DNA Program walks organizations through a clear path for identifying and implementing doing good as an integral part of who they are, what they do, and how they do it. It provides and develops a value-based managerial perception for organizations wishing to achieve their business objectives while leading with vision and aligning managers’ mindsets and behaviors with their corporate values.

Our Program is the outcome of innovative vision, 20 years of management experience of large companies worldwide within the Arison Group, and academic research by leading universities: George Mason, Harvard, Babson, and Thunderbird.

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INDIVIDUAL FOCUSED

Our program is first and foremost person centered, which means that we give room to what is important and meaningful for each individual.
The program allows each participant to form their own doing good DNA by experiencing and exploring innovative perceptions and mindsets.

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ACTION ORIENTED

The program promotes impactful actions that encourage the implementation of doing good in the organizational routines and culture.

By utilization hands-on exercises and practical tools, participants gain opportunities to increase positive impact. 

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IMPACT BEYOND ROI

Businesses can and should be a force for good - we invite the participants to adopt a triple-win perception, benefitting people, planet, and profit.

The program outcomes break through the familiar profit lines and emphasis the notion that doing good is good business.

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Prof. MAURY PEIPERL
PhD, Professor and Dean, George Mason University

Forged from a unique combination of experience and ideals, the Doing Good Model gives organizations a practical, tailored way to increase both their performance and their social impact. By enabling a focus on those elements most appropriate and meaningful to a firm’s particular context, the DGM provides a direct and accessible path to making a positive difference

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DR. RAKESH KHURANA
Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership  Development, Harvard Business School

Shari Arison's book shows how enlightened business leaders who align positive economic, social, and cultural business values into their core business practices have the potential to transform our world

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DR.MARY GENTILE
PhD Author of Giving Voice to Values

The doing good model's practical approach enables people from any background to effectively voice their values and positively act on them, drawing the best from them, fueling creativity, confidence, and skill