Impact Women Blog

Knowledge from and for women in social enterprises and social innovation

Why peace building is a hurtful business (and what we can do about it)

Why peace building is a hurtful business (and what we can do about it)

All I want is peace. My head is spinning because movements and initiatives supporting women are popping out everywhere, but also...
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#Leadership: The Unfinished Business

Leadership is never a finished business. You cannot graduate in leadership and be done.  At Ogunte, since 2001, we have...
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OGUNTE CIC Honoured as 2018 Best For Governance

OGUNTE CIC Honoured as Best For GovernanceCreating Powerful Governance Structures to Protect Company MissionEvaluated by Comprehensive B Impact Assessment12 June...
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About funding: who wants to deal with growing pains and hurdles?

by Servane MouazanWe put up this post together as we have had several conversations about the rationale behind funding and...
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How to waste 10 precious seconds whilst pitching your social business?

During one of our previous Make A Wave incubation programmes for women in social enterprises, we welcomed Ms Sarah Ryan,...
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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work in Social Enterprises

Today in London, our Ogunte #ImpactWomen #GoodBreakfast audience wanted to know more about Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI),...
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Philanthropic organisation – case-study

Strategic philanthropic programming - Futures ThinkingCLIENT: The KERING FOUNDATION (private foundation)PERIOD: 2018OBJECTIVEThe Kering Corporate Foundation is dedicated to combat violence...
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Case-study – Visual Communicator

Case-study - Visual CommunicatorBriefLB, a UK-based visual communicator, focused on purpose-led organisations, received professional development coaching to evaluate her career....
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ImpactWomen Learning: From Functional Lead to CEO

I recently ran a rapid prototyping session for senior women in social enterprises, who are contemplating moving from a functional...
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The value of positive manipulation!

Or “how to effectively build relationships with your team & main stakeholders”. Ida Beerhalter - guest host on Make A...
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What angels might expect from you

Following up on our latest post, here’s another set of tips by Suzanne Biegel, Angel Investor and Entrepreneur, previously host...
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How to Structure Your Board

Learning from ImpactWomenDuring one of our Make a Wave Growth Readiness Live Sessions, the participants heard insights and tips by...
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How activist angels show an integrated approach to decision-making

Learning from #ImpactWomenDuring a Make a Wave Growth Readiness Programme webinar, Bonnie Foley-Wong, CA, CFA, CEO of Pique Ventures (an...
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How to Put Yourself in the Shoes of an Investor

During our first Make a Wave Growth Readiness Bootcamp in Manchester, we played the Dragon’s Apprentice Den!“ The group of...
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A few tips if you are crowdfunding

Jay Diamond going through a crowfunding campaign pitch exercise. Learning from #ImpactWomenParticipants on our Make a Wave Growth Readiness programme...
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Need to fuel up on inspiration? #ImpactWomen contemplate their heroes.

By Naomi Pyburn for OgunteI’m a big fan of the meditation app, Headspace . I try to use it daily...
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5 mental blocks that stop #ImpactWomen connecting with helpers – and how to power through.

By Naomi Pyburn for OgunteBuilding social capital, showing your face, talking to the ‘right’ people, making yourself known, moving in...
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#ImpactWomen 15 min workshop: Are you ready for GDPR?

VIDEO: new GDPR law (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into effect in May 2018 throughout Europe and even companies...
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#ImpactWomen show us how to grow through our mistakes and tough times!

By Naomi Pyburn for Ogunte Learning from your mistakes is nothing new. People have been doing it for a very long...
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How #ImpactWomen imprint purpose and values on every facet of their businesses

By Naomi Pyburn for Ogunte Ethically Competitive Today, the pressure is on for-profit sector companies to show that they care....
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