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About Chris Jarvis
Chris Jarvis is the owner and co-founder of Realized Worth. Realized Worth is a Toronto-based consultancy and training firm that works with companies to design and implement outstanding employee volunteer programs. Chris and his partner, Angela Parker, utilize an approach that elevates employee volunteering from a task-oriented activity to a transformative experience, creating essential value for the company, the employees and the community.
Chris and Angela have collaborated with Elaine Cohen on her recently published book ‘CSR for HR’. This book provides Human Resources Managers a practical step by step guide to the way CSR interfaces with every HR function. Additionally, they are proud to have worked with Boston College on several research projects including Mapping Success in Employee Volunteering and The End of Employee Volunteering.
Chris Jarvis and Angela Parker are the founders of RealizedWorth, a leading employee volunteering and CSR consulting firm. Chris provides training and hands-on involvement in the design and implementation of outstanding and sustainable employee volunteer programs for businesses interested in leveraging their CSR programs and differentiating their corporate culture.
Over the past 20 years, Chris has worked alongside nonprofit organizations ranging from urban centers in North America to the slums of Kibera, Kenya to develop their volunteer programs. Recently, Jarvis has consulted with companies around the world such as the National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia, Text 100 in Hong Kong, as well as numerous Canadian and US companies on the topics of employee engagement through volunteering and social media.
Chris writes extensively on issues of employee engagement and CR programs. His most recent contribution to the field is the Seven Steps of Employee Volunteering Framework published in Elaine Cohen’s book ‘CSR for HR’.