Arenas of Change

 

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Startup & Public Eye For-Profits

While good-doing is expected in the not-for-profit arena, it is far less common to see for-profit institutions functioning with social good (internally or externally) in mind. By highlighting the business case for healthy cultures at work with the newest generation of organizations, we confront the mistaken societal assumption that bottom line decision making and social good are at odds.


Social Capital & Other Mission Driven For-Profits

The very existence of certified B corporations and less formalized social capital organizations are a testament to a new way of working. They defy the assumption that money is the bottom line behind all decision making, and they show that profit and purpose are not mutually exclusive. Working with these clients and helping them reach their highest potential has immediate and long-term benefit with regards to establishing new, positive societal norms.

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Education Reform

The many environments of education are the most critical forge of our future. While for-profit sector interventions aim to ensure that our future leaders have a safe and productive place to land after finishing their formal studies, education reform is critical to ensure that all of those involved in the development of our youth (students, parents, teachers, administrators) can offer the fullest extent of their knowledge and passion.