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Exploring Your Social Imagination

The new frontier for company performance is social imagination – supporting issues in your community that also affect you. Adding a recycle bin to your staff room is admirable, but it’s not going to be a game changer for your people or bottom line. I’m talking about

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Aboriginal Health, Mental Health and Community Health Collaborations

As 2016 draws to a close and we brace ourselves for the festive season, it’s a worthy time to talk about health collaborations from several different angles. Aboriginal Health In the second half of this year I’ve been working a fair bit in the top end, gaining

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Philanthropy Is Admirable But Not Effective

If you are like me you’ve “liked” postings about good deeds, you’ve supported your friends’ charity events and practised philanthropy by donating to causes that catch your eye… Having worked directly with businesses and not-for-profits for the past 9 years, I’m going to call it: I’ve found that philanthropy is admirable

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Marrying Economic and Social Objectives for Local Government Success

With pressure on budgets and service delivery becoming the norm in the public sector, improving social conditions is an uphill challenge that inhibits local government success. However it’s not all doom and gloom because local government is uniquely positioned to facilitate and enable effective business and community

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Social Impact Bonds

Social impact bonds, or SIBs for short, are relatively new. They are used in situations where private capital is desired or needed in order to help solve a social problem for government. Raising money via a SIB provides funding for a social program that should, in theory, dramatically reduce future

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