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When the going gets tough, what keeps you going? Acumen explores the 'beautiful struggle' of social change and the importance of accompaniment while on the path of leadership with UK Fellows Duro Oye and John Harrison.
Business schools, ecosystem builders, accelerators and impact investors can all play a role in filling the 'wellbeing gap' that leaves many social entrepreneurs struggling, ashamed of failure or burnt out. Here are five places to start.
Social entrepreneurs will need to hone seven critical skills to flourish in the future. First, a guide to cultivating resilience: expert tips and insider insights on how to handle and move on from tough times.
Burnout, stress and long hours have become the norm for employees, but social businesses can do it differently, writes Year Here fellow Emily Horton – who has seen first-hand that prioritising workers’ wellbeing is entirely possible.
The founder of Free Your Mind CIC, which provides counselling and therapy to young people who've experienced domestic violence, on how the Covid-19 lockdown affected her day-to-day work – and her own mental health.