For the sixth and final post in the “30 Lessons” blog series, based on our 30th anniversary publication 30 Lessons in Pursuit of Deep Social Impact, we thought it was only fitting to share lessons relating to two of what we believe to be the most important qualities of impactful philanthropy: leadership and humility. Pursuing deep social impact means going above and beyond the status quo. Whether you are just beginning your philanthropic journey or you are already achieving high-impact philanthropy, we hope these lessons inspire you to continue growing and pushing yourself in your own pursuit of deep social impact.
Check out the other blogs in this series:
- Reflection, Assessment, and Sharing
- Leveraging and Creatively Using Resources
- Fostering Authentic Learning & Engagement
- Putting Strategy into Practice
- Finding Vision, Refining Focus, and Determining Goals
And as always, we invite questions, reactions, and stories, and we are happy to engage in a conversation about how we can help you achieve more with your philanthropy.
Read the full article about leadership and humility by Leslie pine at The Philanthropic Initiative.