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It's game time.
It’s time for a reality check.
There is a point in an entrepreneurial venture when the adrenaline starts to run out. You finally begin to feel the exhaustion that has been creeping up on you for many years. Your energy runs out and you need to get recharged.
Burnout is incredibly common in the world of entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs.
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.
In 2014, Ashoka and its partners the Zermatt Summit Foundation, Fondation Guilé, DPD and Boehringher Ingelheim launched an unprecedented online collaborative competition - the Social & Business Co-creation: Collaboration for Impact - to source, highlight and catalyze innovative co-creation projects in Europe, led by social-mission organizations, traditional businesses and public institutions.
(Hint: Differences are a good thing.)
Duke University's Robert Thompson explains the intersection between empathy, creativity, and
Winning requires not just playing at your best, but helping your teammates play better too, s
Our social systems often encourage us to suppress our innate capacities for empathy.