The recent Nutrition for Growth Summit—and the new philanthropic coalition Stronger Foundations for Nutrition—showcase exiting new momentum to solve one of the world's oldest and greatest challenges
The willingness to fearlessly adjust and improve–even at the top of your game–is as essential to great organizations and leaders as it is to great athletes. Part 6 of the Olympic Frame of Mind Series.
World-class athletes and world-changing leaders know that being nervous is nothing to be afraid of. In fact, they understand that stress can actually be beneficial. Part 5 of the Olympic Frame of Mind series.
All leaders—but especially those in the social sector—must guard against distraction and against the temptation to compare themselves with what others doing. Great athletes offer a model for retaining that kind of focus. Part 4 of the Olympic Frame of Mind series.
Much like star athletes, exemplary leaders in the social sector stand out for the dedication that they show over time and in the face of adversity. Part 3 of the Olympic Frame of Mind series.
Peak performers in all fields—from world-class athletes to global changemakers—apply discipline and precision to the work of identifying both intermediate and ultimate goals. Part 2 of the Olympic Frame of Mind series.
The athletes who go for the gold this summer will exhibit not just amazing physical prowess but also astounding mental discipline. Behind their medal-winning achievements lies a mindset that leaders in all fields can adopt to improve their performance. Part 1 of the Olympic Frame of Mind series.
The emerging team-of-teams organizational model offers a way to organize people that aligns beautifully with the future of work, minimizing challenges that can arise from remote, dispersed, and digital work practices. One Acre Fund provides a stellar example of how to make the most of this model.
A star at both the Presidential Inauguration and the Super Bowl, Amanda Gorman benefited from the social sector and is now emerging as an impressive nonprofit leader.