There has been an idea arising in print media and on-air conversations with pundits about the idea of creating safe work and learning places to create psychological safety. A physically safe space is imperative. As is a sexual harassment-free workplace by superiors over subordinates, which has become epidemic. However, the recent spate of suggestions is […]
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David Thau talks about his plan to save the rainforest with Google Maps and about teaching thinking skills at Mills College that matter to non-profits and business.
Michael “Luni” Libes talks with Carol Sanford about his teaching, business investments, and latest venture, FLEDGE.
Writer and angel investor, Marianne Abib-Pech, tells us how she decides on investments and advises other investors while also considering social challenges.
Jeffrey Hollender talks with Carol Sanford about how to find your essence and leverage it to lead industries.
Carol Sanford interviews Responsible Entrepreneur Rodrigo Esquivel of New Ventures Mexico. Carol addresses the question: what does it mean to be a change agent? She introduces three different levels of a change agent as they compare to a brief history of business and how understanding essence and uniqueness and the expression of that is vital in realizing one’s potential. […]
This guest blog was originally posted in The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire, CSRwire on October 16, 2014. Conservation International Gives Nature a Voice-Literally When Peter Seligmann says, “First get their attention! Then make it really personal!” he sounds less like Chairman and CEO of the global not-for-profit Conservation International and more like Rocky Balboa describing his strategy […]
Maliki, Iraq’s besieged President, has given us an example of falling down on what it means to ensure the working of Democracy. That part will come as no surprise! But what may surprise you is what Maliki forgot, which is, people have to care for something beyond themselves, not feel beholden to a power structure. […]
This morning we looked at Error Three: choosing the wrong initiatives or the wrong ways to work on them. Error Four: Using Market Research to Know and Design for Your Customers Why is this an error? You fool yourself into thinking you know your market and lose the most critical opportunity for success—real, caring connections […]
All entrepreneurs spark a better future—their own and sometimes all of ours. The ideas they start with offer opportunities to develop new potential and to do it in their own ways. But not all entrepreneurial intentions or paths are the same; nor do they bring about the same degree of meaningful change. There are at […]