Tag - Mark Horvath

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The Power of Stories in Social Change
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The Girl’s Guide to Homelessness
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Videos of the Year
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The Dragonfly Effect

The Power of Stories in Social Change

This month’s Social Good podcast is on the power of storytelling and it introduces a brand new format. I blogged about the transition here. Basically, most organizations are struggling keeping up with the world – everything is changing so quickly, information is zooming all around the web, opinions are shifting quickly (hello, Komen!) and organizations[...]

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The Girl’s Guide to Homelessness

I saw this amazing story about Briana Karp and her descent and return from homelessness. It’s a heart wrenching story, of course, but what really caught my eye was this: PD: The idea of a homeless girl with a laptop and cell phone is a new one. How is job hunting different when you’re homeless?[...]

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Videos of the Year

Welcome to my third annual Videos of the Year post!  This year I want to concentrate on the videos that are clearly self-made, not videos that are the equivalent of the old, professional public service announcements. Not that there is anything wrong with professional videos, it’s just a different animal from self-made content that individuals[...]

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The Dragonfly Effect

A new Social Good podcast has been posted. I interviewed Jennifer Aaker, the co-author with her husband, Andy Smith, of The Dragonfly Effect. It’s a wonderful book for corporations and nonprofits. Rather than me tell you about it, I’ll let Jennifer and Andy do it: I was really struck during my conversation with Jennifer on[...]

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