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Celebrities are out; trust is in. So just how do organizations earn the trust of Millennials?
By and large, the Central Asia Institute's supporters went for a feel-good story, didn’t do their homework, and didn’t ask the right questions with the Three Cups of Tea dust up.
The recent expose by 60 Minutes and other organizations, which challenge the practices and experiences chronicled in "Three Cups of Tea," is potentially damaging to the nonprofit sector.
The water we drink is not as safe as we’d like, and treating water has major environmental and economic impacts. We can no longer take water resources for granted.
The value of narrative in your organization extends well beyond telling stories in your annual report and newsletters.