5 Jobs of the Future That You Need to Prepare For Now

Why It Matters

Social impact organizations are changing the way they work, from digital transformation to cross-sector collaboration. That means different skills, fresh expertise, and completely new careers. Five people with the social impact jobs of tomorrow describe how they are charting new paths in their organizations.

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What's next for crowdfunding?

Why It Matters

Today, crowdfunding funds everything from artistic projects on Kickstarter to community fundraisers. And now, social enterprises and non-profits are using this form of financing to avoid the hassles of venture capital or tedious grant applications. Crowdfunding is democratizing capital in new, exciting ways.

There’s a new toy to teach failure. Here’s how it works.

Why It Matters

Failure is typically not something organizations in the world of impact like to open up about. Twenty One Toys founder Ilana Ben-Ari tells us why teaching failure at the workplace can not only strengthen organizational culture, but help create lasting impact.

5 Ways to Avoid Burnout This Fall

Why It Matters

As families send children back to school and work ramps up for the fall season, many social impact professionals will dive into increased workloads — and risk burnout. To help sidestep work stress, The Burnout Project’s Leah Bae and Zoya Jiwa walk us through five ways to implement healthy work-life boundaries this fall.

The 3 Hidden Benefits of Coworking Spaces

Why It Matters

Surveys have shown that workers are spending more time than ever in their co-working spaces, and it seems like shared offices are popping up everywhere across Canada. But with more options than ever, coworking office owners need to do more in order to forge connections and spark innovation in new ways. We dive into several methods leading coworking initiatives are using to bring innovation to new faces in new places.

Employee Activism Is On The Rise. Here's What This Means For Organizations.

Why It Matters

Employees are increasingly promoting social justice causes at work and during the work day. At the same time, organizations are facing a growing expectation to act as activists. As the imperative to engage with social issues through the workplace intensifies, so too does the need to start thinking about how to do so effectively.