Home Owner Programs
Todd Nordstrom, Content director at O.C. Tanner Institute, shares how science proves that kindness can make an individual a better leader.
He outlines three ways he found that simple kindness could bring more success as a leader at work.
These three reasons include the following: 1) Appreciation inspires greater results; 2) Connection leads to better ideas; and 3) Have the right tools.
Nordstrom points out that the cycle of working to acquire customers never stops. He recommends to use these tips to multiply customers.
Read the Entire Article
Recent Grant News Headlines
Up to the minute current grant news from foundations and the federal government from around the Web.
Stanford Magazine highlights Nicole Taylor, president and CEO of Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF), who plans to put the 'community' back in 'community foundation.'
As SVCF's new...more
Bridgespan tackles how a theory of change is a nonprofit's conceptual road map to impact. Bridgespan features how to write one that will help nonprofit leaders achieve their goals.
Coursera announces its Voices of Social Change, a free online short course co-designed and delivered by eight young social entrepreneurs.
Voices of Social Change, powered by Laureate...more
The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, the Tacoma Whole Child Partnership, and Tacoma Public Schools address how school employees who work in a capacity often referred to as support staff can also...more
Madagascar communities launched the world's largest mangrove carbon conservation project, sequestering a huge amount of carbon and securing an ecosystem vital to fishery health.
In a study conducted by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, "Financing For Social Entrepreneurship in Peru," finds that social enterprises in Peru have to a large extent relied on their founders,...more
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus will have a new letter designation coming in the fall about what courses are community-based and what they entail.
According to Kate Ksobiech, an...more
Turly Humphreys, founder of Circle Sports, has just launched her second store in Dalston. Circle Sports is a social enterprise that has currently placed more than 60 young people in permanent employment.
Unable to select database