Monthly Archives: December 2016

The CSR Conundrum of Sustainability

As pointed out by a recent article in GreenBiz, a new report by the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) sheds light on a big issue at play in Silicon Valley: most large companies are compliant, but aren’t driving a thorough, transparent … Continue reading

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Most Funders Can’t Wave a Magic Wand

Funders face enormous pressures. Many people expect them to save the world. I know because I’m guilty of setting those goals for them and challenging them to lead the change. Funders have a unique role and, in many cases, can … Continue reading

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Reawaken Your Passion

I’ve made two significant but ridiculous mistakes in the past month. The first one involved talking with a potential client who was interested in investing in workforce issues. I spent 10 years of my career immersed in workforce issues. And … Continue reading

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CSR in a Trump World

Since the election, I have tried primarily to avoid reading political articles arguing for or against our incoming President-elect and his administration. It just gets me too riled up. And, because I do think that Donald Trump is outside the … Continue reading

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