Engaging Internationally

Trends to Watch for in 2019

January 9, 2019

As we move into a new year, there have been a number of pieces discussing trends we should be aware of.  Here are some of the trends I find most interesting:

  • Multiple generations in the work force: In 2019, Generation Z – people born in or after 1997 or 2001 (there are varying parameters
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2018 Year End Wrap-up

December 12, 2018

Some of my favorite pieces this year

From my blog:

Strategic International Outreach, October 2018

Global Trends for Social Sector Organizations, February 2018

From elsewhere around the internet:

Executive Director Transitions, Thousand Currents, October 2018

Design Thinking, Harvard Business Review, September 2018

Language matters if we are serious about inclusion, BOND UK, July …

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Strategic International Outreach

October 23, 2018

If your organization is expanding its international reach, taking time for doing the due diligence to explore and understand new environments is crucial. First steps to take include clearly articulating with your board and senior leadership why you want to engage with a particular country or region and what you are trying to accomplish.  …

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Going Global Takes Time

August 28, 2018

Going Global Takes Time – that was the theme of an American Society of Association Executives MasterClass on operating globally that I presented at last week.  80% of the group represented organizations operating internationally for more than five years, and 24% for more than 20 years, so there was a lot of experience in the …

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Two decades of learning

July 24, 2018

We’re at an interesting juncture in the history of civil society / social sector organizations.  Many innovative organizations that started 20-25 years ago have now reached a certain maturity, with lessons learned to share.

This interview with Mari Kuraishi of GlobalGiving and Dennis Whittle of Feedback Labs, the co-founders of GlobalGiving, sharing some of the …

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