Most of us know that Special Olympics has a profound impact on the athletes who participate and on communities around the world.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. noted, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”
Dispatches from the misty peaks of Yangshuo, China, where 22 conservationists gathered for an intensive leadership training.
Should nonprofits ever "donate" knowledge and skills to corporations?
Watch Cheryl L. Dorsey, pioneering social entrepreneur and President of Echoing Green, and The Chronicle of Philanthropy's Cody Switzer engage in a vibrant discussion on "intrapreneurship" in times of rapid change.
For social purpose organizations, people are our bottom line. Yet it’s not always easy to create a culture that supports ongoing professional development. How do we set aside resources, make the case to our Boards or investors, and identify the most effective supports?
You never know what can happen over a bowl of ramen.
We all want to change the world. It's not always so easy, but that changemaker drive is so important.
It is not easy for leaders in any industry to take time away from their work to focus on their own leadership skills—and it seems especially hard in the social purpose sector, where we tackle complex social problems that often feel unrelenting, and resources for training are scarce.