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The #1 Podcast for Social Entrepreneurs & Social Innovators. With host Cory Ames, Founder of Grow Ensemble, dive deeper into social entrepreneurship, social enterprises and the tools, resources, and strategies that support their growth and expand their impact. Hear from these top social innovators from both the non-profit and for-profit sector - CEOs, Executive Directors, Thought-Leaders and more.
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250+ interviews and case studies focused on driving forward the Global Sustainability Agenda. Guests include Paul Polman, David Lynch, Siya Kolisi, Cherie Blair, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Bob Moritz, David Miliband and Julia Gillard. Hosted by Alberto Lidji, ex-Global CEO of the Novak Djokovic Foundation and Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School -- based at the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy. Visit our knowledge hub at Lidji.org for personalised recommendations on ...
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The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scaling, an organization, and through these hour long conversations, we hope will not only engage and inspire you, but provide insights and tools that will help you move your mission forward.
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Hi! Welcome to Coffee Social! We’re spilling the beans on all things business, social media, and entrepreneurship. Your hosts Mimi Langley and Jonathan Howard will be leading candid conversations packed with their New York personalities, as they delve into social media marketing, YouTube and Instagram strategies, building confidence, and making money as solopreneurs. Join us for chats about the world of social audio (Clubhouse & LinkedIn), mastering content creation like a boss, nailing netw ...
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The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship hosts 'Conversations with change-makers'. Spotlighting the stories of innovators, social entrepreneurs, industry leaders, activists and more about the work they do, and what makes them tick. We find out how they keep the fire burning when it comes to tackling some of the most - to use a systems change term - wicked problems - facing the world today. We aim to appeal to people who are curious about solving social issues in the world ...
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The idea for the ‘Talking Tech for Good’ podcast grew out of conversations between hosts Jason Bygate and Luvuyo Maskeo as they realised that they were coming up against similar issues in the social impact space when it comes to the adoption and use of technology by these organisations. This podcast sheds some light on the topic of tech and the ways that it can be harnessed to make life easier (and not more difficult, which can sometimes be the case!). Each podcast focuses on a specific topi ...
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Let’s be honest here, mindset is something you will continuously work on! Your brain has one job and that is to keep you safe. So anything that pushes you out of your comfort zone will cause your brain to throw up hurdles to keep you safe! In this episode of Coffee Social, Instagram Reels & Storytelling Coach Jonathan Howard & Social Audio Marketin…
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Kate Grant, Chief Executive of the Fistula Foundation, on receiving $15M from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott and treating women with devastating childbirth injuries. Obstetric fistula is a devastating childbirth injury. It leaves a woman incontinent, humiliated, and—all too often—shunned by her community. Surgery is the only cure. The Fistula Found…
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Meet Catherine Gurtin, Chief Executive Officer of PathFinders Hong Kong. PathFinders mission is to ensure the most vulnerable and unsupported children in Hong Kong are protected and respected, and their migrant mothers are empowered to find a path to a brighter future. Listen on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts or any of your favorite Podcast player…
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Join us for an enlightening episode featuring Wan Dazriq, a seasoned social entrepreneur and sustainability advocate. As the Founder of PurpoSE Malaysia and the driving force behind the SEMAI initiative, Wan Dazriq shares his insights on fostering sustainable social enterprises in Malaysia and across ASEAN. From his impactful projects to his collab…
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Welcome to the Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation Podcast. In this thought-provoking episode titled "What Makes a Great Company?" we're diving into the inspiring journey of Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Company. Joining us are two remarkable guests, Dean Cycon, the founder of Dean's Beans, and the new CEO, Beth Spong, who are here to shed light on …
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The CEO of Plan International UK, Rose Caldwell, joins us back on the Do One Better Podcast to talk about their work on children’s rights, girls’ education, and their approach to localisation. We explore why and how Plan International works with local actors, in humanitarian contexts, including youth-led organisations and those focused on girls’ an…
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Why is it so hard to make a post? Is it because there’s always something going on and you just have no time to do it? Or maybe you just don’t feel like doing it? In this episode of Coffee Social, Instagram Reels & Storytelling Coach Jonathan Howard & Social Audio Marketing Coach Mimi Langley share insights on how to stay top of mind for your audien…
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Ebrima Saidy, Chief Impact Officer of Save the Children International, discusses the importance and diversity of the increasingly-prominent role of the Chief Impact Officer. At a time when many more organisations are appointing Chief Impact Officers, we consider what the role actually does, what it entails, where Chief Impact Officers come from, an…
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Iqbal Dhaliwal, Global Executive Director of MIT’s Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), and Vikrant Bhargava, Founder of Veddis Foundation, join Alberto Lidji to discuss the power of evidence, the ASPIRE partnership and the innovative Emissions Trading Scheme. We also explore how philanthropists should decide what to fund, where and how t…
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Are you thinking about launching a podcast? Maybe you want to do it with somebody else. In this episode, Instagram Reels & Storytelling Coach Jonathan Howard & Social Audio Marketing Coach Mimi Langley reflect on the first 10 episodes of their podcast and share their top tips for starting one. They break down the process even before they started re…
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Philippa Charles, Director of the Garfield Weston Foundation, provides an insider’s view into one of the UK’s most impactful philanthropic organisations. Philippa shares the foundation’s approach to granting nearly £100 million annually, emphasising their blend of empathy, flexibility, and strategic funding that characterises their work. The Garfie…
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Meet Claire Murigande, Creator & Host of the award nominated podcast ‘Narratives of Purpose’. Claire Murigande is a forward-looking curious mind with the vision to amplify social impact through audio storytelling. Listen on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts or any of your favorite Podcast players. Meet Claire Murigande Claire is known to empower and …
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Don Howard, CEO of the James Irvine Foundation, sheds light on the foundation's unwavering commitment to fostering economic mobility among low-income workers in California. With a rich history dating back to 1937, the foundation has been a pivotal force, directing over $2.6 billion in grants to various organizations across California. In 2023 alone…
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In this episode, join us as we sit down with Dr Nadait Gebremedhen, the Executive Director of Hagush, a New York-based social enterprise committed to making technology access universal. We dive into the innovative Technology Financing Program launched by Hagush, which offers zero-interest financing for digital technology purchases, mainly targeting…
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Imagine a form of social media where you wouldn’t have to edit & upload a video or create a graphic or even write a post to reach your target audience. That form of social media exists, and it’s called social audio! In this episode of Coffee Social, Mimi Langley and Jonathan Howard discuss the untapped potential of social audio. They explain what i…
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Yes, we need to make a living. But how do we make a life? It might not simply be about the money. When the world is in turmoil, when our health is at risk and the future seems murky, perhaps paychecks and productivity aren’t enough. Perhaps we can’t manage our way into the future. What if we created the best job someone ever had? What if we built a…
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Andy Jarvis, the Director of Future of Food at the Bezos Earth Fund, delves into the critical role food systems play in both exacerbating and potentially alleviating the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss. The Bezos Earth Fund, established with a $10 billion commitment from Jeff Bezos, aims to address these global challenges by 203…
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In a captivating conversation with Saleh Saeed OBE, the Chief Executive of the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), listeners are treated to an in-depth exploration of the DEC's vital role in responding to global disasters and humanitarian crises. With a history spanning 60 years, the DEC stands as a testament to the collective power of the UK's le…
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On December 8th, 1993, Bill Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) into law. In his remarks at the signing, Clinton proclaimed, “NAFTA means jobs. American jobs and good-paying American jobs. If I didn't believe that, I wouldn't support this agreement.” Two decades after NAFTA had been in effect (1993 - 2013) the Economic Po…
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If you’re living life, chances are you’ve got stories to tell. Stories are what make you relatable, and that relatability is what can help speed dial the like, know, and trust factor between you and a potential customer. In this episode of Coffee Social, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley dive into the world of storytelling for business. Jonathan tak…
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In this episode you will meet 3 individuals that ask themselves hard questions about growing their impact as they reflect on the work it really takes when building something from scratch. Which kind of collaborations can foster meaningful change? What kind of thinking is needed? How do we go from ideas to action? Their advice... The post Building f…
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Sir Peter Wanless, CEO of the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children), delves into their impactful work and recent legislative success driving forward the Online Safety Act. The conversation begins with an overview of the NSPCC's mission to prevent child cruelty and protect children's rights across the UK. The episode hig…
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In this episode of Grow Ensemble, host Cory Ames delves into the deceptive tactics of greenwashing, where companies mislead the public about their environmental and social responsibility. Through 7 compelling examples, Cory sheds light on how businesses use certifications, misleading marketing claims, and acquisitions to present themselves as susta…
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Us Swifties are so happy that Taylor has finally found her prince charming, but listen, there’s more brewing here than just love. There’s relatability, strategy, connection, electricity… All of the essentials for achieving business success. In this episode of Coffee Social, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley break it down with red lipstick in hand. R…
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Delphine Moralis, CEO of Philea (Philanthropy Europe Association), speaks with Alberto Lidji on the evolving landscape of philanthropy in Europe. We explore Philea's mission to foster pluralistic, just, and resilient societies that prioritise people and the planet. We delve into recent trends in philanthropy, highlighting the shift towards trust-ba…
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It can be the worst feeling in the world to work so hard on something and put it out there just to have no one buy it. In this episode of Coffee Social, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley dive deep into the inevitable aspect of entrepreneurship – failure. When your product's debut feels more like a face-plant, you'll want to hear how Jonathan & Mimi …
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Tim Dixon, Co-Founder of More in Common: Bridging Divides in a Polarized World. Tim discusses the organization's core mission to understand and address the growing polarization in societies worldwide. Through their innovative approach, More in Common leverages the insights of social psychology and extensive public opinion research. Their aim is to …
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5 roasts, over 5 regions, and the story of the coffee supply chain from farm to cup. Our task here is to explore and reconsider this question: what makes great coffee? To do so I’ve enlisted the help of my many friends at Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee. Dean’s Beans is a 100% employee-owned, Certified B Corporation based out of Orange, Massachusetts. …
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Larry Kramer, incoming President and Vice Chancellor of the London School of Economics (LSE), joins Alberto Lidji on the Do One Better Podcast to reflect on his 10+ years as President of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, discuss key lessons in philanthropy, and shed light on his aspirations for the LSE. The Hewlett Foundation is one of the …
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It’s your time to stand out & show up on Instagram! In this episode, Mimi Langley and Jonathan Howard discuss various strategies for accomplishing just that. They emphasize the importance of storytelling & the power of connecting with your audience on an emotional level. They also highlight the opportunities provided by private social media and bro…
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Are you ready to open the doors to YouTube success? In this episode, Jonathan Howard & Mimi Langley bring on YouTuber (and Mr. Beast’s biggest fan) Lalo to discuss various aspects of YouTube content creation. They cover topics such as consistency, posting schedules, quality over quantity, video length, and the importance of YouTube Shorts. EPISODE …
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It’s true - life happens while you’re busy building a business! In this episode, Mimi Langley and Jonathan Howard discuss strategies for creating & sharing content on social media when you have limited time. They emphasize the importance of planning & having a content strategy, as well as reusing content on different platforms. They also discuss th…
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When you feel confident on camera, it radiates all the way to the person on the other end. In this episode, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley discuss the importance of confidence when appearing on camera. They share tips and strategies for boosting confidence, including the power of practice and familiarizing oneself with the camera. The hosts also …
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Did you know there’s over 100 different social media platforms to choose from? It’s not just Facebook, X, Instagram, TikTok… Wow! That’s a lot. Well, in this episode, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley share their insights & key things to think about when you’re trying to pick the right ones for you and your business. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS : What kind o…
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Have a business idea? Want to create a digital product or sell a course? Want to become a coach for a particular niche? Well, in this episode, Jonathan Howard and Mimi Langley share advice for new entrepreneurs just like you. They emphasize the importance of taking action and starting, even if things are messy. They also highlight the value of usin…
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Maya Ziswiler, CEO of the UBS Optimus Foundation, delves into the transformative role of philanthropy in creating an impact economy. The Foundation, celebrating its 25th anniversary, focuses on education, health, and environmental initiatives. Under Maya's leadership, the Foundation has seen considerable growth, and we explore its innovative approa…
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Jim McCormick, CEO of the Robertson Trust, discusses the organization's move into impact investing while maintaining its core mission of combating poverty and trauma in Scotland. Founded in 1961 from the philanthropic efforts of the Robertson sisters, the Trust has a rich history of community support, primarily funded through dividends from the fam…
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Nora Bavey, Founder and General Partner of Unconventional Ventures (UV), joins us from Stockholm, Sweden, to discuss diversity within an impact investing context. UV stands out as Europe's pioneering impact fund with a diversity lens, focusing on startups led by diverse founders committed to scalable impact tech in the Nordics and beyond. Key Discu…
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Embark on a journey of inspiration with Dr Vanajah Siva in this episode, tracing her path from the Angkasawan program to becoming an assistant professor specializing in sustainable supply chain management. Vanajah shares her insights on sustainability, equality, and coexistence, reflecting on her experiences and advocating for positive change. Join…
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“If we want to build a community it can not happen because of the doing of just one person. (...) Every person is responsible for this community to be fruitful and to be powerful and to be supportive of each other” Amel Derragui The post The Time is Now to make an impact | Amel Derragui | The Time is Now appeared first on .…
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In this inspiring episode of the Do One Better Podcast, we welcome Andrea Rasca, the visionary Chief Executive Officer of Mercato Metropolitano. As a social enterprise advocate, Rasca shares the profound philosophy that food is a human right, emphasizing the importance of healthy, sustainable, and community-centric food systems. Throughout the conv…
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Hi!! Mimi here. In this quick intro episode, Jonathan and I welcome you to Coffee Social, the newest caffeinated podcast in town! We’re so excited to bring you practical advice and realistic strategies on all things social media marketing, content creation, and entrepreneurship. We’re officially launching on January 18th & in this episode we give y…
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The CEO of Kokoro, Jules Chappell, talks about their strategic work connecting, scaling and championing support of mental health. By 2035, they want to see global momentum behind a shared understanding of what a mentally healthy world looks like. Leaders will have the evidence for how positive mental health contributes to our individual, collective…
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Chiwetel Ejiofor is an Oscar-nominated actor and engaged philanthropist, collaborating closely with the Geanco Foundation as they drive forward education, health and gender equity in Nigeria. Chiwetel shares his journey into philanthropy, influenced by his family's medical background and his own passion for education and healthcare. He discusses hi…
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