Tag Archives: partnerships

We Are Better Than This

There are almost 175 drug overdose deaths per day in the United States – right now. It is a stunning number. There is an incredible amount of resources going towards treatment and prevention. And that should be a good thing, … Continue reading

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A Great Example of How a Community Can Learn and Work Together

In 2004, I graduated from Leadership Greater Washington – a 10-month program that included a cross-sector of leaders who came together once a month to learn about the various issues facing our region: education, housing, health, etc. At the time, … Continue reading

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I Want More

I saw the title of this article released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (USCC) Foundation – “How Can Businesses Build Effective Partnerships with NGOs?” – and I couldn’t wait to dive into it! I was certain that the USCC … Continue reading

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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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Nonprofit-Corporate Partnerships: Just Use Common Sense!

Upon reading one of the latest articles released by the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Nonprofit-Corporate Partnerships: A New Framework, I wasn’t quite sure that it’s all that new. To me, it’s really just about common sense. Tynesia Boyea-Robinson states that … Continue reading

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