changemakers

While we've been focused on the top 1% of leaders, the challenges we collectively face have become increasingly complex, interconnected
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On any given day, I'm struggling to achieve my word count: 600 polished words. That's what I aim for, daily, in my writer
And what a perfect example I realized -- somewhere between sets of burpees and lunges -- that this was also a textbook metaphor for the cyclical nature of leadership.
My birthday wish is that you try at least one of these out and make this the year that you become (or deepen your work as) a changemaker.
All young people should have the chance to step into their changemaker journeys by self-identifying as changemakers, acting on it and sharing their changemaking with the world.
The mission statement of Parish Collective, one of the Inhabit conference sponsors, summarizes the vital work of fostering
Next, write down the underlying assumptions you're holding that must be true for the venture to deliver both social and financial
It's no exaggeration to say that before a baby can take its first steps, it will have fallen down in every conceivable direction hundreds, if not thousands, of times. How often at work, though, do we expect our teammates to do perfectly on the first try?
I've heard from a number of people recently who are at the beginning of their changemaker journey but stuck on how to actually get started.
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The breakout star of last month's elite Davos gathering was, without a doubt, new Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
(Written together with Teresa Erickson) 8. "This is really the government's fault." (Don't blame others in an interview. instead
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From my experience advising social entrepreneurs at every stage of their journey, I've learned three simple things changemakers like you can start doing right now to make managing people a responsibility that empowers, rather than a chore.
Not everyone agrees that government should provide food assistance for families who need it. But we can all agree that it makes no sense for families (and the workers in government who serve them) to spend untold hours navigating bureaucracy.
We have an opportunity right now to make sure the digital revolution is supported by a long-overdue revolution in values -- one that embeds empathy and equity more centrally in how we imagine progress and success.
How many schools, education reformers, and parents know that they are failing unless their young people are practicing being changemakers?
Whether you're leading your own non-profit organization as a millennial, or simply interested in growing as an individual
Entrepreneurs' braggadocio has long been an item of parody, but their claims to "make the world a better place by disrupting (insert jargon)" highlight a deep-rooted problem in the world of innovation.