Transform your giving and accelerate your speed to impact. Questions are surprisingly powerful. The right questions spark learning, fuel innovation, create clarity, build trust, mitigate
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Trusted advisor to the world’s leading philanthropists
For over 20 years, I’ve advised top global philanthropists to transform their giving and catapult their impact. As a sought after philanthropy advisor, expert and award-winning author, I’ve helped hundreds of wealthy families, foundations, Fortune 500 companies, Giving Pledge signatories, and wealth advisors strategically influence and allocate over half a billion dollars in grants and gifts. If you’re looking to increase the clarity, impact and joy of your giving, I can help!
Kris’s latest book
Delusional Altruism—a set of all-too-common errors in philanthropic strategy—can derail a program of giving and result in a loss of efficiency and effectiveness. This book asks philanthropists and charitable organizations to consider whether they have fallen under the spell of Delusional Altruism. Are you cutting out impactful giving in order to save money or avoid uncertainty? Is your philanthropic approach unnecessarily restricted by traditional thinking? This book will help you answer these questions and determine how you can achieve better outcomes through the process of Transformational Giving.
- Ask questions that spur learning and fuel innovation
- Believe that investment in yourself and your operation is important
- Increase the speed of your actions to increase the impact of your giving
- Give in ways that create lasting, sustainable change
- Follow strategies to make your philanthropy unstoppable
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5 Ways to Re-Charge Your Giving With the pandemic dragging on longer than we anticipated and crises that keep on coming, have you thought about