Topic : Responsabilidad Social De Las Corporaciones
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Since 2010, the Europ Assistance Group (EA) has made social entrepreneurship its leading commitment in the Corporate Social Responsibilit
How can the world address some of the greatest social challenges in a way that is both sustainable and scalable?
Social entrepreneurship is evolving into a global movement, and it’s rendering the standard nonprofit/for-profit dichotomy obsolete.
As an Executive in Residence, I spent two weeks working pro-bono with the Projeto Quixote—an organization founded by Ashoka Fellow Auro Lescher that is devoted to rehabilitating street kids who have struggled with drugs—to improve their financial sustainability model.
How do we overcome cultural, economic, and geographic barriers to create large-scale social change?
Innovation demands strong leadership, and leadership demands a unique set of skills and learning. Helping emerging entrepreneurs overcome obstacles can be the difference between an abandoned project and a groundbreaking solution.
From one day to the next, our environments are changing and our global community is struggling to keep up with the high-rate of change.
Want to see change in action? Just look to our nation’s young people.
Erick van der Laat, Western Union & Ella Peinovich, Soko: Leading a Start-Up into a New Stage of Growth
Erick van der Laat, Vice President of Accounting for Western Union Costa Rica, believes, “There is this big quota of responsibility that we all have, the workforce in the marketplace. Regardless of station, we have a responsibility to help make the world a better place.” Because of this belief, and his stellar leadership skills and learning agility, he was chosen to participate in the Executive in Residence program, an established program in partnership with Ashoka.