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In Their Own Hands

The following is an excerpt of the book.

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Blog Posts

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  • When seeking solutions to social issues, we must look to new horizons but stay true to our values.

    By Brian Quinn
  • How one organization took advantage of a major transition to move away from third-party vendors and build an in-house communications team.

    By Melissa Skolfield | 4
  • Building purpose-driven organizations through engaging the power of the collective.

    By Gabriela Gandel & Tatiana Glad | 2
  • To create lifelong global leaders, organizations need to help young people practice resiliency, reflection, and vulnerability.

    By Barbara Bush & Emily Moore
  • A look at proposed changes to the World Bank’s environmental and social safeguard policies, and where to set the bar on managing risk.

    By Colin Scott
  • When two organizations bond across sectoral lines, how do you keep the fire going?

    By Dana O’Donovan & Shruti Sehra
  • How a shift in mindset from impact measurement to impact management can lead to stronger social outcomes: a case study of Huntington Capital Fund III.

    By Morgan Simon | 2
  • Five steps to building and leveraging the engine that fuels national conversation: influence.

    By Judith Rodin & Neill Coleman | 3
  • Before critiquing art that speaks to climate change, the scientific community must broaden its view on what art is and how it can help the movement.

    By Robert Russell Sassor | 4
  • Why general funding for nonprofit organizations is the future of innovation.

    By Jocelyn Wyatt | 7

Podcasts

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  • What nonprofits can do to maximize their influence on Twitter and through social media in general.

    Featuring Caroline Barlerin & Sammie Rayner
  • In this podcast, Benjamin describes TOHL’s rise to be a global industry leader in water logistics and infrastructure, and how it has been changing lives in the process.

    Featuring Benjamin Cohen | 1
  • In this audio lecture, Carl Bass, President and CEO of Autodesk, discusses at Social Innovation Summit 2013 the application of design to solve social problems.

    Featuring Carl Bass | 1
  • This podcast, given by Chris Librie - the Senior Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs at HP, describes the corporation's commitment to social responsibility.

    Featuring Chris Librie
  • After experience in Iraq as a part of the Marine Corps, Jake returned to business school and took on the challenge to alleviate extreme poverty. From this effort, Nuru was launched in 2008.

    Featuring Jake Harriman
  • Give Directly offers a simpler, more personal route of donation - connecting donor to recipient. In this podcast, Paul discusses how technology, a commitment to efficiency, and dedication to improving the donation process on both ends, has made Give Directly a success.

    Featuring Paul Niehaus
  • In this podcast, Professor Sutton overviews his findings in studying methods for successfully scaling excellence and explains the importance of taking a logical and thought out approach to scaling.

    Featuring Robert Sutton
  • Robert Swan, an inspirational speaker who founded 2041 and the first man to walk to both global poles, addresses his audience about the relationship between passion and reaching goals.

    Featuring Robert Swan
  • ENOVA was recently recognized as the winner of Tech Awards 2013 in the Education category for its incredible social impact.

    Featuring Jorge Camil Starr
  • Liesolette Heederick tells us about Nazava Water Filters, winner of Tech Awards 2013 in the Health category for its innovative solution to lack of clean water accessibility in Indonesia.

    Featuring Lieselotte Heederik

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