Thinking of bookshops as cultural civic centres
From an article by Stanford Social Innovation Revi
“Reimagining Bookstores is a movement for strengthening communities, deepening literacy, paying living wages”. Independent bookstores “need to have a broader vision - not just be a channel for publishers.”
Selling as a way to bless customers
From a talk at Faith In Business
How do you see sales or how do you see the act of selling? What if it was actually a way to serve, or bless others? Reaching out to a customer as a friend. Effectively putting love into it...
From an article by the Behavioral Insights Team
A behaviourally informed programme, designed with young people to help them behave ethically online. A positive impact on their online experiences; knowledge, new coping strategies, responsibility, consequences of their actions.
From a talk by Lisa Cherry
The need to belong is a fundamental and human motivation. And that means we will find somewhere to belong to regardless of whether it's healthy, regardless of whether it's safe. Regardless of anything, we'll find somewhere to belong to.
It takes one person to change a company
From an article by Harvard Business Review
While corporate transformations are almost universally assumed to be top-down processes, in reality, middle managers and supervisors can make significant social impact change when they have the right mindset.
9 ways of communicating the gospel to postmoderns
From an article by Free Ministry Resources
Their world view states there is no objective, absolute truth; ”truth” is what you believe it to be. So how can we convey understanding of the One who is the “way, the truth and the life” to them?
Four core regrets in life
From an article by Behavioural Scientist and other
“How often do you look back in your life and wish you had done something differently?” Analysis of 23,000 regrets from around world show four core regrets and how regret, while painful in the moment, can help us move forward.
Social Impact Entertainment
From an article by Nesta
The term social impact entertainment (SIE) broadly refers to entertainment media that aims to drive progressive social change - typically via raising awareness of an issue and then promoting some form of behaviour change on the part of the audience.