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  • Lessons from an unpredictable future

    It’s not enough for social entrepreneurs to be opportunistic, you need to be systematic. Esmee Wilcox explains how Futures practice might help.

  • The challenges of building a social enterprise supply chain

    Celia Hodson and her daughters have just launched Hey Girls, a “buy one give one” social enterprise to tackle period poverty. Doing business for good, they believe, means buying from other social enterprises and ethical suppliers.

  • Five reasons why mindfulness is an ideal tool for social entrepreneurs

    The self-awareness practices of mindfulness enable social entrepreneurs to lead with inspiration, develop more effective relationships and design more innovative solutions, says Gretchen Ki Steidle.


Make time for real learning and development

In seeking meaningful work, top talent is more interested in working in the social impact sector than ever before. To capitalise on this, organisations must understand what such candidates value.