What happens when an organization incorporates compassion throughout its policies, procedures, and culture? What is the impact on all stakeholders in an organization when human needs for care, consideration, and connection and are considered alongside business and impact outcomes? Research, and practice, show that the needs of people and the needs of organizations are not mutually […]
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The COVID-19 Crisis impacted social enterprises in many different ways. Some were severely damaged, some merely diminished, and a select few were poised for greater scale. What is true for all of these social enterprises is that post-COVID landscape is significantly altered, and an enterprises ability to bounce back is dependent on rapid and strategic adaptation to our new reality
In this session, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship and its social enterprise alumni will tell their stories of how they shifted from a play not to lose posture to a play to win mentality through Miller Center’s Bounce Back Program. Small groups will break out to highlight different bounceback pathways depending on the severity of the crisis’s impact and will seek to offer a structured framework for participants to develop their own bounceback plan.
The Participants in this session will also be able to sign up for 1:1 mentorship with one of Miller Center’s BounceBack mentors to further refine their individual recovery plan in a short followup session.
Rob Shelton: Miller Center Executive Fellow and Bestselling Author of The Brilliant Jerk https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheltonrob/
Alex Pan: Associate Director, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Alicia Wallace, COO of All Across Africa
Eric Kaduru, CEO of KadAfrica
Dr. Daphne Ngunjiri, Managing Director of Access Afya