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Published on Feb 3, 2016
An undue focus on how we do social innovation creates the impression that it’s a specialty we must be trained for. Instead, social innovation is enlightened by who we are – by character, not technique. The conviction of today’s social innovators arises from their emotional and spiritual maturity. They pay attention to what nourishes and replenishes their spirits. And they have the humility to admit their limitations and fears.
Join Al for an intimate conversation with Darcy Riddell of the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, as they explore how the efficacy of some of the tools, techniques and social technologies we use today depend on the character of their users.