Six guiding leadership principles can help private sector leaders build long-term relationships with nonprofit leaders.
More than 150 Echoing Green Fellows gathered in Joburg for the 2015 All Fellows Conference to refine and re-energize their leadership. Here's what we learned.
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Our quick read on the top tweets, news, and buzz circulating in the field of changemaking. This past week: finding success through failure, the gaps in social entrepreneurship, and finding your voice as a quiet leader.Read more.
Echoing Green President Cheryl L. Dorsey reflects on her Clinton Global Initiative University panel presentation about turning moments of failure into opportunities. Read more.
The social enterprise sector has set a tall agenda for itself. Read more.
In just six years of operation, One Acre Fund has grown to serve 125,000 farm families and is more than doubling in size every year. Read more.
Echoing Green's finance director, John Walker, was interviewed on Mashable.com, discussing impact investing, the surge of hybrid business models, the importance of your business pitch, and the advantages of strategic partnerships. Read more.
If you are looking for a workplace that aligns with your purpose, take a look below. This month’s social impact job list includes exciting global opportunities from an array of organizations that we think drive positive change into the world. Read more.
Our quick read on the top tweets, news, and buzz circulating in the field of changemaking. This past week: culture, behavior change, social innovation in India, and your Moment of Obligation.Read more.
When you reach your moment of obligation, there’s no turning back. We're asking the applicants for the 2012 Echoing Green Fellowship to share their moments with you, but we want to know, what's yours? Read more.
Echoing Green chaplain Jasmine Beach-Ferrara contemplates what moves people not just to care, but also to act. Read more.