Monthly Archives: June 2016

Power Dynamics in Corporate Citizen Partnerships

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship just published this blog, discussing how Google’s co-founders incessantly argued with one another before finding common ground. The blog went on to point out that successful corporate citizenship partnerships must also put the work … Continue reading

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I Am Old School, And A Pterodactyl

I was recently on an email exchange with a group of friends as we planned an upcoming trip. One friend asked if we could move up the trip and leave the next day. Another friend, replied, “TOTES.” My first thought … Continue reading

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Do Companies Truly Care if You Have Volunteered?

I got my first job in the nonprofit sector through volunteering. And it is something for which I will always be grateful. And I know that others have done the same. But sometimes I feel as though we are among … Continue reading

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Get Sooty With It

The Sooty Shearwater is the most focused animal on the planet. This New Zealand bird flies up to 74,000 kilometers on its yearly migration, averaging more than 500 kms per day. During this largely solo annual migration, the Sooty Shearwater … Continue reading

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