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Lauren Walters: Connecting People & Ideas

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Dec 2016

Lauren Walters: Connecting People & Ideas

By Maryem Sáder – Emzingo. Being a strong believer in the power of the right networks of individuals to do amazing things collectively, Lauren Walters describes himself as “a lawyer, entrepreneur, NGO leader, venture capital investor, and volunteer” who connects...

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In memoriam of our South African Coach, John Barnes

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Dec 2016

In memoriam of our South African Coach, John Barnes

Today, we are remembering one of our dear South African Coaches, John Barnes. John passed away on October 23rd, after a brave battle against cancer. John worked closely with Emzingo since 2012, coaching and mentoring many of our fellows, and...

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The Face of Impact

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Oct 2016

The Face of Impact

By Felicia Okoye – NexGen Fellow (South Africa, 2016). “I don’t care about social impact”, said no Emzingo NexGen Fellow ever. For those, like me, who decided to take on the challenge of working for a social enterprise or NGO...

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Apadrina un Olivo: History, Environment and Solidarity

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Sep 2016

Apadrina un Olivo: History, Environment and Solidarity

By Maryem Sáder – Emzingo. In May 2014, Alberto Alfonso Pordomingo, Jose Alfredo Martín, Adrian Martín Piñas and Pablo García Nieto, decided to transform and preserve neglected rural areas and develop a sustainable and social economy in Oliete, a small...

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Discussing Racial Tension In The US

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Aug 2016

Discussing Racial Tension In The US

Constructive Conversations Start By Acknowledging Our Tendencies: Discussing Racial Tension In The US By Sarah Wampler – Global Impact Fellow (Peru 2016). I think it is important to acknowledge that my point of view on race relations in the US is limited. As a white,...

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We spoke to 40 organizations

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Aug 2016

We spoke to 40 organizations

About Purpose and Talent and here is what we found: We at Emzingo are pretty fired up that “purpose” is bordering on becoming (or maybe already is) a buzzword. That means it is going mainstream. Even if only in conversation...

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LeaderSHIFT – Ten Data-Driven Reasons For It

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Aug 2016

LeaderSHIFT – Ten Data-Driven Reasons For It

By Drew Bonfiglio I hate the term “soft skills”. It feels weak or less important than “hard skills.” The fact is, interpersonal relationships and the way in which people interact with each other matter a lot. Gallup found that basically...

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