By Servane Mouazan, CEO, Ogunte
Replication, scale, and impact are topics that are of relevant importance in the social entrepreneurship world, but hitting a 50,000 audience target is a useless achievement if there is no engagement, no change, no learning.
Haven’t we all (more or less) attended a spectacular and emotionally groundbreaking workshop some time in our professional lives, but virtually dropped the whole content on Monday morning just to pick up the old habits again? Remember those Monday mornings, when the meetings kept being endless, consensus was a window dresser, the vision was still blurry, and when you’d rather be somewhere else?
Tools, learning technologies, broadcasting technologies only have an impact if they are followed up with thorough introspection - an internal gymnastic for change.
They only have an impact if you have a deep sense of the stakeholders involved in the journey.
They only have true, lasting, positive social impact if they are inclusive and serve something radical.
What if you were ready to unpack your toolkit and get going your impact work first thing every Monday morning?
This week we’ll look at how tech for good can really make waves and how you can inspire yourself to amplify your change making work.
We’ve created map.ogunte.com - which is a tool where you can ‘pin’ your details and make yourself visible to your sister women social entrepreneurs. Who will you meet to inspire you and help you amplify your impact?
If you haven’t joined yet, please do it now - take this opportunity to be part of a future building movement of women social entrepreneurs or #1MillionImpactWomen.