This article explores how one disabled experience does not equate to the disabled experience.
Read this article on Lindfield Learning Village, parents attracted by its abandonment of old-school traditions, such as uniforms, detentions and timetables.
To thrive today and tomorrow, companies must become “net positive”—giving more to the world than they take. Find out more and purchase the book Net Positive.
This article explores the importance of brands taking genuine action and creating change for their audiences, such as paying for programs or internships, making consistent activism pledges and improving the industries in which they operate.
The Google.org Impact Challenge for Women and Girls commits $25 million to fund organizations creating pathways to prosperity for women and girls. This is an open call for applications, and selected charitable initiatives will receive up to $2 million, as well as opportunities for mentorship and additional support from Google.
Expressions of interest are now open for Aboriginal people from remote communities who are interested in developing leadership skills. Read more in this article here.
A first-of-its-kind report into how many social enterprises there are worldwide has just been released, revealing many existing similarities between businesses in the sector, regardless of where they are in the world.
Celebrating Australia’s multiculturalism and diversity is not the same as actual inclusion and belonging. That is why policy makers and governments, and indeed all of us as individuals and communities, need to work harder.
To help HR best build employees’ sense of belonging, we asked DEI leaders and people managers this question for their best advice. Read more in this article here.
Companies seem to have low levels of trust in the workplace – how can HR remedy this? Read more in this article here.
Leaders drawn from climate, arts, health, and community services not for profits are among those who have been selected for the second cohort of a new social impact leadership program.
Over the years, Ellen DeGeneres has raised tens of millions of dollars for causes close to her heart. Read more in this article here.
Nextdoor Launches Its First Global Podcast ‘Where Kindness Lives,’ Featuring Inspiring Stories From Around the World
“Where Kindness Lives speaks with inspiring minds from every corner of the world to give listeners helpful and easy takeaways for cultivating kindness in their local communities.
In recent years, businesses the world over have become aware that focusing on economic value alone won’t deliver sustainable outcomes. Business are recognising that instead, they need to manage the interests of a wide range of stakeholders and instil a culture of acting ethically and responsibly.
Incredible progress has been made over the past few decades, empowering more and more people to be themselves without fear of discrimination. While we can be proud of the strides forward, we must recognise and understand that there is still much work to be done in many areas.
This research, “Choosing to grow: The leader’s blueprint,” finds that about a quarter of companies don’t grow at all, and just one in eight achieved more than 10 percent revenue growth annually between 2010 and 2019.
For many of us, the idea of in-person networking can incite a justified full-body cringe. For many, it’s an inauthentic and exhausting performance. Stereotypically, you dress a certain way, talk a certain way and select your mask to help you achieve the desired outcome. While this is an accepted way to approach networking, it doesn’t…