From carving your own path to hiring talent in advance, these leaders share their winning gameplans to achieve greater impact.
Every day, we make hundreds of decisions. Although many of these choices don’t seem to contain an ethical component, we would be well-served to examine that carefully. In so doing, we just might find ourselves doing more good and creating greater value for the world around us. This is the subject of a new book by award-winning scholar and Harvard Business School Professor Max Bazerman titled Better, Not Perfect: A Realist’s Guide to Maximum Sustainable Goodness.
Stephanie Slingerland, Director of Philanthropy and Social Impact at Kellogg Company and Nicole Adair, VP of Operations for the United Way Worldwide, Join Denver Frederick
am in San Francisco at Dreamforce, the annual event put on by Salesforce, and with me now is Stephanie Slingerland, the Director of Philanthropy and Social Impact at Kellogg’s and Nicole Adair, the VP of Operations for the United Way Worldwide.
For the first time, a group of major foundation leaders has agreed to experiment with a set of best practices and policies to address the starvation cycle that undercuts the effectiveness of their grantees. And here to discuss this with us is Jeri Eckhart-Queenan of The Bridgespan Group. Thanks for being here, Jeri!
Jean Case, President of the Case Foundation, and the Author of Be Fearless: Five Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose, Joins Denver Frederick
The influence that leaders from the tech sector have had on the world of philanthropy over the past two decades has been profound. The creation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the year 2000 was certainly a pivotal moment in that regard. But several years before that– in 1997 to be precise– this influence started to be realized when Steve and Jean Case of AOL, America Online, founded the Case Foundation. And it’s a great pleasure to have with us this evening, Jean Case, the CEO of the foundation and the author of a fabulous new book, Be Fearless: Five Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose.
Candice Schmitt, Director of People Operations at Team Rubicon, Talks About Corporate Culture with Denver Frederick
It is no coincidence that the very best nonprofit organizations also happen to be the very best places to work. And that is certainly true in the case of Team Rubicon. And here to discuss it with us is Candice Schmitt, the Director of People Operations at Team Rubicon.