Be a Better Leader: Why It's Time to Say Goodbye to Traditional Heroic Leadership
An interview with Rachel D. Latimore on what makes a truly great leader.
White Supremacy is Hiding in Every Meeting
There is more white supremacy at your workplace than you think. In fact you are probably the one driving it. And not deconstructing it comes at a price.
tbd* Recertified as a B Corporation
It’s when we begin to evaluate how we do business, that we start to gain a deeper understanding of our impact and influence on the world around us.
It’s Simple Until It’s Not
What we can learn from basecamp about diversity, power, tech bros and the revolution that is coming to a workplace near you.
The Hidden Cost of Structural Barriers
Mary Ivić and Sarah Khayati talk about their personal experience of navigating structural barriers and the mechanisms they deployed in order to cope.
36 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Founding an NGO
Luis founded one of the most influential NGOs in Chile, Iguales. He shares his learnings.
A Workforce That Reflects the Change We Want to See in the World
The Open Society Foundations' Global Internship Manager,Patrick Freeman, shares what an equitable and inclusive approach to recruiting interns can look like.
First Impressions: Overcoming Our Unconscious Biases
Our brains naturally categorize people but how we can challenge our assumptions and work past our limiting biases?
"An Inclusive Workplace Is One Where Nobody Is Hiding Any Aspects of Themselves."
Interview with Susan Allen, Director, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Open Society Foundations.
How Might Your Work Be Disabling People?
Sarah Napoli shares some of her best practices, learnings, and advice for those embarking on a journey of unlearning within their own organizations.