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The work of the social sector has never been more critical than it is today. We’re living in an extraordinary time of adversity that calls for extraordinary leadership. The unprecedented and seismic shift this country and the world are facing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and wide-spread civil unrest requires that social impact leadership be redefined.

The Impact on Mission-Driven Organizations

Our collective goal of maximizing social, environmental, and economic well-being has redefined how we approach work, talent, and leadership. In order to advance our missions in a double-crisis world, who we need on our teams, and who we need to lead them has changed.

Post-Crises Resources for Social Impact Leaders

The following resources – which include articles, podcasts, and interviews – were compiled to help social sector leaders increase their competencies in the following areas: engagement, equity and empathy.



The many missions of the social sector have historically responded to societal ills, needs, and shortcomings. For this and many reasons, the post-pandemic leader must operate from a more informed mindset.

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