In light of too many recent, tragic and preventable incidents, we are taking a long hard look at our work. We are exploring where we could do even more. We are asking ourselves: How can WE be better?
Learn how leaders can behave in a way that positions them as socially responsible and their organizations as sustainable, making it easier to build teams, compete for funding and execute well.
Leading social entrepreneurs Diana Wells, President & CEO of Ashoka, & Kevin Trapani, President & CEO of The Redwoods Group, held a townhall meeting at the NAYDO conference. The meeting addressed scaling the social impact of Ys.
Participants at the Association of Jewish Family & Children’s Agencies annual conference engaged in a discussion surrounding the core concepts of what it means to be a social enterprise, the role that they can play in creating positive social change and the steps to maximize social impact.
Kevin Trapani presented a workshop at CCCA National 2011 on how camp professionals can be a powerful force for transformational change. By focusing on mission, camps stay relevant and engage staff, volunteers and donors in meaningful work.
Despite the rich diversity of our global community, we remain bound together by five universal values articulated in Rushworth M. Kidder’s Moral Courage. Trapani challenges Fuqua students to arm themselves with care, honesty, respect, responsibility and fairness as they stand in the gap between a world fashioned on these values and a business culture that rejects this message. Beyond business, we can acknowledge the need for these values in our lives, communities and our world.