Intrapreneurship is essential to a resilient social impact world. But intrapreneurs — and particularly young people — working within organizations are too rarely celebrated for the world-changing work they do every day.
Lasting impact can happen when organizations empower and encourage young leaders to create bold change from within. They help build stronger communities, increase economic opportunity and growth, and improve the quality of life of Canadians. A deeper understanding of young intrapreneurs’ stories will help the social impact sector thrive.
How does your organizational culture need to change to better support young leaders? Ten young changemakers weigh in.
Young people have long been at the forefront of grassroots social change, but their voices are too often ignored in more institutional settings. Shifting organizational culture to better support young leaders could mean more progress for the causes these organizations work toward.
Young people have ideas and mindsets that can address the toughest social challenges Canada faces. But they’re too often unheard, underestimated, and overworked within social impact organizations.