Innovation doesn’t happen only in gleaming purpose-built labs with groups of geniuses hi-fiving each other as they surf the waves of change.
Innovative ways leaders can achieve organizational and societal goals
To avoid measuring and funding leadership development is to deprive the social sector of one of its greatest performance improvement tools.
It’s time for a new generation of social change leaders to move beyond occupying Wall Street to transform it.
An interview with Casey Fenton, co-founder of CouchSurfing.
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It is still necessary today to protect against the power of factions; it is vital this critical aspect of American democracy is restored.
Social change organizations should focus on creating a just organizational culture for themselves before bringing about global justice.
What if we taught the key mindsets and skill sets that help make successful social entrepreneurs?
In order to effectively create social change, we must use social connections and a networking mindset to maximize impact.
What we’ve seen across all organizations, regardless of size, is that digital teams are the biggest predictor of online effectiveness.