Oh my, Basecamp. What were you thinking
(I’m finding some comfort in the fact that about one-third of their employees have announced they are resigning since this all blew up, but...)2.
If you’re a podcast addict like me, check out Good Makers
: “weekly episodes with social entrepreneurs and performance experts to help you live your purpose.”
I’ve really been enjoying host Dale Wilkinson’s conversations with his inspiring guests. Over the last few weeks, they’ve chatted about content marketing for mission-driven organizations, creating a safe and inclusive work environment, and using online games for social impact. Worth a listen! 🎧3.
Here’s one for your calendar: #ThoseWhoDare
, an online event running from May 17th to the 21st for business rebels who dare to be different. (That’s us!)
Hear from over 30 disruptive entrepreneurs and ambitious leaders talking about real business issues such as customer behaviour, sustainability and digital transformation. 📅4. Is ‘greenwash’ the new ‘fake news’
“Having a positive impact pathway is particularly important for startups launching now, when the world is carefully watching how they lead on any number of significant issues, from climate change to racial inequity to flexible worker policies.”
You don’t have to be a long established business to benefit from B Corp certification. Even companies that haven’t yet made it to their first anniversary can pursue “Pending B Corp” status, and enjoy the benefits that come with that.
Kerrie McDevitt shares how the B Impact Assessment can help business owners
prioritize social and environmental goals as they work through those stressful early days of running a startup. 💪