Social enterprises are battling a talent gap. All over the world, these organizations struggle to find the talent they need to achieve their social and economic objectives. Experienced professionals with in-demand skills are highly sought after in the social enterprise space.
But what are the skills and experiences that social enterprises are . . .
Some professionals are ready to make the switch into a social enterprise career. Even before you discuss their skills and experiences, you can tell they have the right mindset.
At Impact Business Leaders (IBL), I get to work with these professionals every day. Sometimes this mindset comes out in their application, but it certainly shows up . . .
How experienced professionals are switching into social enterprise
When you're starting your career, is it better to prioritize professional development or personal passion?
The answer to that question is going to be a little different for all of us, but I've pretty consistently argued the latter on this blog. As you may have picked up, I believe we are driven by a mission. When we make this mission . . .
Mitch took a moment to consider the last question in our discussion.
Over two separate conversations we talked about his experience landing his role as an associate consultant at The Bridgespan Group, the specifics of that role and lessons learned along the way. Now I asked him to sum it all up.
On a scale from one to ten, one being “ . . .
“I don't know. The simple answer is just I don't know.”
That was Sonaly’s immediate response when I asked her what she’d like to be doing in three years if she could do anything.
Her current role as a Program Associate at Results for Development is the perfect place for her to figure that out though. She’s gaining experience on . . .
Sid is focused on the bigger picture of social enterprise.
As a Special Projects Lead & Chief-of-Staff for an impact investor at the Calvert Funds, he’s working on growing the social enterprise space through impact investing and other innovative approaches.
This work shows him the importance of having the right people working on the . . .
There really are never two days that look the same for Nima.
As an Operations Manager at Success Academy Charter Schools he could be managing the budget, planning events and field trips, interacting with parents, launching new technology initiatives, collecting data for government reporting, or boosting school aesthetics. For Nima, his role . . .