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- Storytelling has a new name: the earnings call
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“We’ve heard about the importance of storytelling repeatedly over the past few years—almost to the point of excess. Perhaps because nonprofits still need to hear it since so many have yet to apply this wildly successful strategy.
The nonprofit community recently lost a 123 year old prolific leader and strategic partner that opened doors for many others with a strong desire to change lives. That leader was none other than the renowned, Chicago‐based Jane Addams Hull House Association.
Erica McGeachy Crenshaw was working…. for Goldman Sachs in New York City. Newly married, she began to question her commitment to the high-stakes work environment and overwhelming hours. With her “natural love for entrepreneurship,” she left Goldman in 2002 …she started re-imagining Execute Now! as a service that could help nonprofits and businesses properly plan for the future….Read More