Doing Good in the 21st Century: Generational Shift

“…The most important changes in our world don’t happen in a year, or two, or three, or five.  They take a few decades.”
—Aaron Dorfman, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

It’s not a leadership “hand-off”. It’s finding a new path forward- together.

Opportunities to lead:

  • Embrace all generations to work collaboratively
  • Seek out intergenerational dialogue to learn from one another and build powerful relationships
  • Create new models that allow for multiple people to lead
  • Be patient but persistent in changing organizational structures

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