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6 Ways Leading Philanthropists Proactively Change

How are leading philanthropists becoming the changemakers we need? Back in April of 2019, a World Economic Forum article started with the sentence, “This is a difficult time for philanthropy.” It went on to detail all the many ways the world’s problems from climate change to shifting demographics required collective action and how philanthropy needed …

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Three Behaviors That Isolate Philanthropists (And Make Them Less Effective)

Three Ways Funders Isolate Themselves (And What To Do Differently)

When nobody is offering you constructive criticism, take an honest look in the mirror.  I’d hazard a guess that in philanthropy circles, people aren’t often calling each other out for being delusional. That’s why I wrote a book on it. It’s called Delusional Altruism. In a nutshell, it’s about human behaviors we’re not even aware of …

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Rapidly Implement Your Strategy In 10 Easy Steps

Many funders fail at this. Are you one of them? In my last newsletter of 2020, Don’t Let Your New Strategy Fail in 2021, I shared five reasons why strategic plans rarely get implemented. I also promised to share with you 10 steps to implement anything quickly– whether it’s creating a new funding initiative, implementing …

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