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Impact Boom searches the globe to find the people, stories & inspiration to help you create maximum positive impact. We interview world-leading social innovators, entrepreneurs, changemakers, designers, educators, thinkers and doers who share Insights, ideas & inspiration. As long as these leaders are focussing their efforts on creating positive social and environmental change, we'll make sure you hear about it.
 
Leaders of impact-creating businesses and social enterprises share their practical tips and stories. Be inspired, intrigued and amazed, get advice to help your values-driven business thrive and benefit from candid conversations about how other leaders overcame challenges and built their businesses and social enterprises. New episode every Friday here and on Sheffield Live FM radio.
 
The Social Enterprise Podcast is presented by Rupert Scofield, President, CEO and Co-Founder of FINCA International. This podcast explores the challenges of starting, building and running a social enterprise. We will hear established social entrepreneurs share their insight and experience, and will find out how we can support startups at the beginning of their journey.
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurship and sustainability around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, climate change, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
Purpose. Mission. Impact. These are the words that the changemakers of Evolve are driven by. Brandon Stover unpacks the stories and mindsets of extraordinary social impact founders, visionary leaders, and social enterprise experts as they share how they built startups that are solving the worlds greatest problems. Focused on evolving the world through evolution of the individual, Brandon asks thought provoking questions to reveal the tools, tactics, and wisdom of these innovators to educate, ...
 
“Hopeful Economics” is a way of looking at the world of the assets and abundance that it has and making that work for everyone. With an incredible lineup of speakers, you’ll dive deep into the relationship between social enterprise and faith. You’ll learn about the economic impact of churches and how to pitch your community of faith to form new partnerships.
 
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Awoodpodcast

RiseUp Social Enterprise

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“Awood” is a Somali word meaning Strength.Awood podcast is a Social Entrepreneurship & InnovationPodcast by RiseUp, weekly hosted by senior east Africanentrepreneurs, CEOs, government officials, financial institutions, startups, small -business incubators and business experts by shedding lightson social entrepreneurship, business challenges and experiencesof running, growing, and sustaining successful businesses.
 
Because fewer than 7% of Americans have served in uniform, most Americans are unfamiliar with military service and culture. As a result, members of the military and Veteran community are at greater risk for disconnection and lack of belonging with the civilian community. PsychArmor’s mission is to bridge the military-civilian divide by educating and training a Nation. Each week, Duane France, a combat Veteran and Clinical Mental Health Counselor, will dig deep into the stories “Behind The Mi ...
 
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Emory University's Goizueta Business School

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When you change your perspective you can change business for the better. Join us on Goizueta Effect to hear from leading faculty at the Goizueta Business School on the latest trends, research, and innovations in business, and find out how you can achieve more, do more, and create more in today’s ever-changing marketplace.
 
RESET Mindset podcast aims to inspire change and to help professionals learn about high-impact, innovative collaborations to build a sustainable future. We share stories of companies who are innovating business models through the lens of sustainability. We believe everyone has a responsibility to innovate for a better future and our aim is to inspire people to be a champion in their field or start something new. For transcripts, visit us at www.resetmindset.org Support this podcast: https:// ...
 
Tap into the minds of social entrepreneurs creating a positive impact on people and our planet so you can learn how to live a life of purpose. Dale Wilkinson, founder of goodgigs, a career platform for good, has insightful conversations with thought leaders and good humans dedicated to social impact and elevating humanity through business. You'll learn about personal growth techniques, career and productivity tips, social enterprise, corporate social responsibility, and freelancing for good ...
 
Thanks for checking out the Awarepreneurs podcast! My name is Paul Zelizer and I am passionate - you could say obsessed - about the intersection of 3 things: a) conscious business, b) social impact and c) awareness practices. I believe these 3 movements are some of the most dynamic and hopeful movements on our beautiful planet at this time. Around the world. people are discovering how to lead with awareness, have massive positive impact and create businesses that truly are a force for good. ...
 
Seedpod is a podcast dedicated to the people shaping our world through social entrepreneurship, sustainability and design. We started this project in the hope of exploring unique perspectives on the issues facing the society we live in. Designer and entrepreneur Lee Rael is doing just that by having authentic conversations with talented creatives, innovative entrepreneurs and environmental pioneers. By unpacking their wisdom, insights and personal stories, Lee hopes to inspire and educate, a ...
 
Learn how to build sustainable businesses with Tia Collings, as she interviews experts from around the world in the fields of sustainability and green business initiatives. Helping you keep people, profit and planet front and centre in your own company. The current rules of business are broken. These rules start to be taught at university and are then applied to the real world. However, should we be teaching old rules for a new world? A world that can't carry on business as usual? Enter The ...
 
Cost of Goods Sold is a Podcast about the environmental and social costs of the things we buy. In each episode, we explore topics like sustainability, innovation, social entrepreneurship, the circular economy, conscious consumerism and how we all can effect change. Be inspired by thoughtful designers and responsible creators and curators using business to create positive impact. Listen in to hear the stories of those taking on the world’s biggest challenges and making meaningful contribution ...
 
Social Entrepreneurship is a growing movement in South Africa as a way of connecting business and 'doing good'. Knowledge-sharing about this sector forms part of the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s mandate. This series offers case studies and practical guidelines for social entrepreneurs. This podcast series is developed by the Bertha Centre, a specialised unit at UCT's GSB, and Primedia Broadcasting. For more on the Bertha Centre, visit www.gsb.uct.ac.za/berthacen ...
 
Get inspired by awesome social entrepreneurs, eco warriors and drivers of change on this insightful and inspiring podcast by the founder of Socielle - a social enterprise dedicated to shedding light on stuff that really matters and putting the 'cool' back into caring! Visit https://socielle.co for more awesome inspiration!
 
Too often social entrepreneurs underestimate the important role that sales and sales management plays in achieving their mission. Sell Well, Do Good is the ultimate podcast series for social entrepreneurs operating in emerging markets, giving them the tools and knowledge to set up effective and ethical selling systems that will increase their impact.
 
Welcome to the Social Innovation Podcast. We give you insight into what is happening at the forefront of social innovation and guide you through the challenges and opportunities faced everyday by the entrepreneurs and innovators pushing the field forward. I am your host Henrik Storm Dyrssen and I’ll be speaking with entrepreneurs, innovators and investors to get their behind the scenes perspectives on social innovation. This podcast is sponsored this season by Leksell Social Ventures, Sweden ...
 
Presented by the Family Care Center, an comprehensive outpatient behavioral health clinic specializing in meeting the needs of service members, veterans and their families in the Pikes Peak Region, Inside the Military Mind is Tailored to meet the mental health and wellness needs of those who served and those who care for them. Skip the stigma and tune in to learn more about mental health and wellness topics as well as resources for the military affiliated population in the Pikes Peak Region.
 
Planet Good Radio focuses on creating and managing profitable, socially conscious businesses. Host Tea Silvestre (Principal of Social Good Consulting) explores the strategies, leaders and new markets that are driving the evolution of conscious business. Listen to dialogues with influential leaders in all walks of business and professional development. If you want to “do good” both economically AND environmentally/socially, this show will help you get there. The show is live every Thursday af ...
 
Hosted by Anexinet Sr. Mobile Strategists Steven Brykman and Glenn Gruber, this podcast covers all aspects of Digital Transformation, including strategy, mobility, security, development, design, testing and more. Anexinet is a leading technology consultancy and reseller, focused on technology-enabled business transformation strategies and solutions. Anexinet (www.anexinet.com) customers benefit from our holistic approach—from engaging front-end interactions to dependable back-end solutions, ...
 
We amplify the voices of women change makers who are building a more equitable, sustainable and inclusive world one episode at a time. In our show, we take you on a journey across the globe to understand the solutions women are creating to impact the world. We also look at gender equality in media and how to support women social entrepreneurs.
 
So You Think You Can Give is a weekly conversation featuring the work of non-profits, social enterprises, and everyday changemakers. Each week the podcast aims to bring awareness to a different mission-driven organization or individual – discussing the social issues they’re addressing, their model and methods of operating, and both the successes and challenges they face in carrying out their work of serving others. Each episode will also highlight practical ways that everyday people can get ...
 
Strictly Business Radio is a radio talk show highlighting businesses from Start-Up to sensational.The program features a variety of business owners from many industries including banking, energy, retail, technology, manufacturing, health-care, law, construction, and professional services. Created, hosted and produced by business coach and consultant, Anna D. Banks, this program is designed to support and build entrepreneurship.Ms. Banks designed this program in an effort to create awareness ...
 
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At the Coalface

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At the Coalface

Philippe Rose and Christian Bachheimer

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At the Coalface is a conversation among friends working in international affairs. We share stories about our life in the real world beyond the noisy headlines. What connects us is our desire to think beyond ideology and disciplines. We took time away from our jobs to study and think deeply about our world during the Global Master of Arts Programme (GMAP) at the Fletcher School. We learned about international trade, security, negotiations, leadership and more. Most of us worked in these field ...
 
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Rod Arnold & Hugh Weber

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Leading Good is a podcast platform with one simple purpose: To inspire and equip leaders of nonprofits, social enterprises and social impact brands with insights and expert advice - for greater Good. To learn more, visit LeadingGood.com
 
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This episode features a conversation between Damon Francis, MD, Medical Director of the Homeless Health Center in the Alameda Health System as well as Chief Clinical Officer of Health Leads, and Noha Aboelata, MD, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of the Roots Community Health Center in Oakland, California. This is the last in a series of six …
 
Today I speak with Jason Clarke. Jason and I were students in the same class at the Fletcher School’s Global Master of Arts Programme. Jason is one of the most entrepreneurial people I know. His mind is always buzzing with new ideas, and he’s always got business projects cooking in the background. What sets Jason apart is his motivation to place po…
 
On Episode 289 of Impact Boom, Anthony Broese van Groenou of Good Car Company discusses a future where renewable energy is democratised and how local communities can become ambassadors for electric vehicles.By Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
Are you thinking of starting an enterprise here in Australia that has a social purpose? Perhaps starting a social enterprise is something you have in your long term business plan? Well, starting a social purpose enterprise is a little different to starting a nonprofit organisation and many people think they are one in the same. I want to use this e…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is James Connor. James is a Fractional CTO, Serial Entrepreneur & Non-profit Advisor. He's also the co-founder of Flexible Sites, an innovative company that uses a Buy One Give One model to help non-profits and social enterprises find technical help and assistance. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Blake Mycosk…
 
Royal British Legion Industries is a charity supporting the Armed Forces and its veterans, people with disabilities and people who are unemployed. Michelle Ferguson runs its two social enterprises, Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company and Scotland’s Bravest Manufacturing Company. The firms make road and rail signs, the RBLI's much-loved Tommy fi…
 
We speak with the co-founder of Solid Carbon Products about how the desire to protect their son going into the Iraq war inspired the late Dallas B. Noyce to figure out a better armor to protect their son turns into a project that will benefit humanity by making specialty reinforcing carbons using carbon dioxide as the carbon source. --- Support thi…
 
Melanie Cote from Social Enterprise Do Good Donuts is using donuts to teach young adults with barriers to employment job readiness skills. In this episode, we talk about the realities that Melanie faces as the parent of a child with Williams syndrome and learn how she's changing how people think about hiring youth with intellectual disabilities. We…
 
Our study investigates whether the quality of regional institutions influences firms’ likelihood of being a family firm. We explore our conjecture using the EU-EFIGE/Bruegel-UniCredit dataset, which provides comparable cross-country data on manufacturing firms in seven European countries. We use a multilevel framework to analyse how firm- and regio…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Mike Drak. Mike is an Author, Public Speaker, and Retirement Lifestyle Designer. He is the author of 2 best selling books, Victory Lap Retirement and the newly released Retirement Heaven or Hell. And he failed miserably at retirement. Links mentioned in this episode: Mike on LinkedIn Victory Lap Retirement book Ret…
 
Today I want to talk to you about recruitment bias and how it plays into the daily running of your business. The cost of recruitment bias needs to be examined in order to make good decisions as you move the business forward. In this episode we look into unconscious bias in recruitment that you may have and general unconscious bias in the workplace …
 
Are you part of the finance team in your organisation or do you have a finance team? Today I want to talk to you about understanding finance team culture and its organisational impact so that you can make strides towards enhancing your team culture. While the finance culture is just one area of organisational culture, it is an important one. In tod…
 
Firing a client is never easy and it’s not something any of us ever really want to do. However, it’s important to maintain a profitable business so that sometimes means doing the difficult thing. In this episode I want to take you through my process of understanding when you should be firing a client - tips to determine client profitability. To und…
 
In this episode I want to talk about paying yourself first from your business and also why, how and when to do it. So, the question is, are you paying yourself first? And if so, do you know how to pay yourself first? If your business is bringing in income and you are doing all the work then it stands to reasons that you need to pay yourself first. …
 
Personal/professional development training is one of those expenses where it can be difficult to measure in terms of impact and ROI as it’s a long term venture. Personal development training expenses can also eat up a large portion of your PD budget if you aren’t careful. In this episode we look at personal development and professional development …
 
Finding an accountant can be a daunting task at the best of times. On the one hand there is an abundance of accountants all seemingly performing the same duties. On the other hand, how do you know who to trust? Do they specialise in your type of business? How do you go about asking the right questions when you’re hiring an accountant? I’m going to …
 
If COVID has taught us one thing, it’s that having a business continuity plan is necessary moving forward. In this episode I want you to think about your own business continuity planning for your business and how that has effectively become a business continuity planning process that can now be documented and written into your business systems. Sec…
 
I want to discuss job automation and job loss and what this means for jobs in the future. Globally, It’s already been a wild year and the future of the workplace might feel even a little more uncertain for some. Robots taking over jobs in the near future is a real possibility as we have tasted a crisis that has, for the most part, shut the world do…
 
Cardus reports that religion contributes $67.5 billion to Canada’s economy. Churches make a difference locally, regionally and nationally in programs that we provide, space we make available, the supplies and money we spend, and most importantly the impact of our people in and around the neighbourhood. This session will reveal the economic impact o…
 
Romina Kwong from Eco-Friendly Events was inspired to help event organizers and business owners with their green initiatives after being a bridesmaid in a friend's wedding. In this episode, we discover from Romina what steps can be taken to make larger-scale events more environmentally friendly. We then learn how to realistically green your holiday…
 
Our guest on the pod this week is Vance Roush. Vance is the Founder at Overflow, a platform that creates an opportunity for non-profits to access a larger funding pool through stock donations. Resources mentioned in this episode are: VIVE Church Overflow site Announcement of Series A funding The Awarepreneurs Community Paul's coaching site…
 
About Today’s Guest Charles Tawiah is a United States Navy Veteran. He served from 2013-2017 as an Aviation Boatswain's Mate Crash and Salvage Firefighter on the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN75). Charles was deployed twice with the Harry S. Truman to the Mediterranean Arabian Gulf; Operation Enduring Freedom (JUL2013-APR2014) and Operation Inherent Reso…
 
The heart of family business and family entrepreneurship is the family. Challenging our current understanding of what constitutes a family is important to advance the emerging field of family entrepreneurship. In this conceptual paper, we expand previous research focus with a transactional approach to family and explore family entrepreneurship acro…
 
It’s a strange time right now in the business landscape and there are very few businesses that aren’t dealing with a business crisis. In this episode I am going to walk you through some tips around how your accountant can help with crisis management. This isn’t the time to shy away because you need business crisis management, it’s the time to have …
 
We’ve officially moved into an interesting time here in Australia, as well as globally, where working from home and flexible working arrangements have been enforced. It’s not an easy task understanding how to facilitate flexible working arrangements in Australia and as we move back into the regular pace of work (when this is over) we will likely be…
 
Are you getting the most out of your PPC campaigns? Want to know what you should focus on in 2022? Jeff Ferguson, honored as one of PPC Hero's "Top 25 Most Influential PPC Experts" for three years in a row, joins Loren Baker to talk about the biggest PPC trends that can help improve your strategy. In the coming year, businesses will no longer be ab…
 
Money is one of the most common topics in the Bible. In this introductory session you will hear about the important linkages and the theological underpinnings of money. The economy and existing systems aren't perfect, yet there are some important tools that can be considered differently to support social justice and equity in the world.The Reverend…
 
What holds people back from using their creativity in the workplace? Why have "closet creatives" stopped expressing their creative side in day-to-day life? And what are the impacts on health, wellbeing, problem solving and productivity when you rediscover your creative voice? Emily Moncuit helps people find their creative voice through the art of s…
 
Many large organizations already know it to be true: WordPress is a great CMS solution. So what do enterprises need to know about WordPress SEO to be successful? Shelly Fagin, Director of Growth Marketing & SEO for Credit Karma, joins Loren Baker to discuss how enterprise sites can best use WordPress. For WordPress to function smoothly, transparenc…
 
Jessica Floresco is the General Manager at Mother Earth Recycling (MER). Mother Earth Recycling does a variety of electronic and mattress recycling which reduces waste in the Winnipeg area. In addition, they are a work integration social enterprise, providing good jobs to people who have otherwise been excluded from the workforce, and MER gives the…
 
Now more than ever we need to be thinking about how we will emerge on the other side of a national crisis. In today’s episode I am going to give you a handful of tips on crisis management and what to do now that we are actually in need of business crisis management. This crisis management plan is for those of you who have had business affected by C…
 
It’s an interesting question and I want to walk you through how to think about it in a way that positions you well for business. I want you to ask yourself, who do you want to be? Better still, who do you want to be today? If you want to win, if you want to be the best, listen to this episode on business mindset and start strong! Connect with me on…
 
When you begin to go down the rabbit hole of building a business in Australia there are so many questions involving the ‘how’. One of the biggest downfalls of that thinking is that we need a ‘how to start’ motivational speech just to get us off our couch and into action. If you want to know how to start a business you simply get it done. There isn’…
 
Sometimes it can be difficult to put empathy and care about the fiscal needs of the business but today I want to talk to you about caring in business and how caring about employees makes for good business. It seems obvious right? That we should care about our business and our people within its four walls but empathy in business and more specificall…
 
Are you a leader of a company and tearing your hair out because building trust in the workplace is HARD?! You aren’t the only one! Building trust in teams isn’t easy but it also isn’t complicated! The good news is that a culture of trust is a top down initiative so the buck starts and stops with you. Learning how to build trust in teams is really y…
 
This episode features a conversation between Nessia Berner Wong, MPH, Senior Policy Analyst at Change Lab Solutions, and Lauren Poor, MPH, a Regional Program Manager with the Healthy Food in Health Care program at Health Care Without Harm. This is the fifth in a series of six Coffee & Science events on topics related to Alignment and Advocacy, whic…
 
War and conflict brings about adverse changes for those who are displaced. How do entrepreneurial individuals respond to such adversity to either set-up, or continue with their existing entrepreneurial endeavours that would improve their own livelihood or that of others who have been affected? Whilst previous studies have found local knowledge, net…
 
Interviewee: Shirley Anne Smith, Executive Director of the Atlanta Fire and Rescue Foundation Interviewer: Mishka Parkins, Marketing and Communication Manager for Nonprofit HR In this special episode of The Switch, catch up and explore Shirley’s stellar contributions to the sector! Episode notes Tune in and hear Shirley Anne Smith share: -how the e…
 
In episode 119 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast I speak with Cliff Pollard, Founder of Cream Co. Meats, on creating a direct market for sustainable, regenerative and family-owned farms If you enjoy this podcast, please rate and review the show. It's a huge help. Thanks! CREAM CO.’S MISSION IS TO REVOLUTIONIZE A HIGHLY COMMODITIZED INDUSTRY BY CRE…
 
About Today’s Guest Beth Conlin is the Senior Program Manager of Military Spouse Programs at Amazon. An Army spouse, Beth has been working to improve employment opportunities for military spouses since an overseas move in 2013 forced her to quit her job, putting both her professional development and family stability at risk. Initially, Beth started…
 
Do you feel overwhelmed when you think about how to systemize your small business? You’re not alone! Figuring out your business procedure after business procedure and turning them into some type of documentation is a bit of an area a lot of business operators avoid. It’s not the most fun task but it IS important! Creating systems and processes for …
 
Internal fraud is a very real thing in business but unfortunately by the time you know anything about it, it’s too late. Preventing employee theft is possible though - but for you it can feel awkward. In this episode I look at employee theft and specifically employee theft prevention so that you know how to frame it in your mind when you’re putting…
 
Katherine Ann Byam brings people to think about sustainability, the after-effects connected to small choices, and reimagining capitalism. Katherine is the founder and CEO of Dieple, a data-driven consultancy firm that helps companies with their triple bottom line to thrive with purposeful, sustainable work. The initiative values creating the capaci…
 
Celine Halioua is the CEO and Founder of Loyal, a biotech startup developing drugs to extend dog lifespan. BUT with a twist! If this life-extension research and drug development works for canines, her theory is that it could lead to breakthroughs for the rest of us humans for age related diseases! Previously, she held various roles at The Longevity…
 
Money is one of the most common topics in the Bible. In this introductory session you will hear about the important linkages and the theological underpinnings of money. The economy and existing systems aren't perfect, yet there are some important tools that can be considered differently to support social justice and equity in the world.The Reverend…
 
On Episode 288 of Impact Boom, Dr. Johanna Nalau discusses how the scientific community assists leaders in decision making and the importance of including all key stakeholders in dialogue regarding climate change adaptation.By Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
 
In episode 118 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast I speak with Garik Himebaugh, Founder of Eco-Stylist, on the state of the sustainable fashion industry and creating a one-of-a-kind personal styling experience for conscious consumers. Listen to our first interview with Garik in episode #65 here. Who wants to wear clothes made with child labor and t…
 
Today I’m speaking with Sunjidmaa Jamba. Sunji is a classmate from the Global Master of Arts Programme at the Fletcher School and we struck up a friendship. Sunji grew up in Mongolia in a family that loved reading and storytelling. As if mirroring the Mongolian nomadic spirit, Sunji’s life weaves her country’s recent history, the simpler times of s…
 
Are you wondering what your first steps to starting a business should be? In this episode I walk you through three things you should consider when planning your first steps to starting a small business or a large business. The list of things to do when starting a business in Australia can be endless and I want to give you three practical steps from…
 
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