Creating Change – A Brave Path Forward for Nonprofits Part 3
Change is not linear. It takes time, thought, and dedication to the process. A little patience with yourself, your team, and your organization can go a long way in moving forward.
Creating Change – A Brave Path Forward for Nonprofits Part 2
Creating change in an organization is a lot easier when the whole team is involved and committed to the process. By integrating a transformational framework individuals are empowered and teams come together to embrace change.
Creating Change – A Brave Path Forward for Nonprofits
Never stop asking the hard questions of yourself and your organization. Embrace the change that will not only grow you as a person, but will grow your organization into a thriving nonprofit with a healthy culture that meets its mission and community needs.
Think Food, Invest Local
Shifting to a local food system is a big project, but investment, collaboration, and strategic networks can all help the local food movement generate long-term, positive effects that improve health and the environment, strengthen community, generate social capital, and make economic sense.
Human Capital: Protect Your Most Valuable Assets
Human capital may be less quantifiable than money, but when it comes to the nonprofit sector’s capacity for addressing urgent social problems, nothing is more important than people. Organizations are comprised of people, so if we want the sector to thrive, we need our people to thrive too.
Social Innovation… Nature’s Way
Turning to nature to advance social innovation: biomimicry can be applied to a range of social challenges including climate change, energy efficiency, and human safety.