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Entrepreneurship as Social Change
May 20, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
As our culture evolves, so do our business practices. It’s not enough to have a mission statement anymore; it’s necessary to build integrity, sustainability, and equity into the foundation of our businesses and the way that we conduct our work in the world. This workshop will cover how we shift business practices to reflect the kind of change we want to create and how that informs our leadership style.
- Understand why it’s important to shift our business practices
- Discern their how, what, and why in business
- Learn leadership practices that shift internal cultures to create change in the world
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About the Instructor:
Erin Allgood grew up with a fierce love of sustainability, a passion for women’s rights, and a commitment to social justice. As the founder of ELA Consulting, Erin harnesses entrepreneurship as a vehicle for social change. Her clients include women launching social enterprises, nonprofits looking to authentically communicate and carry out their missions, and businesses that want to align their values with their cultures and their products or services. A lifelong Granite Stater, Erin resides in New Hampshire’s Seacoast region and works as a social impact strategist and coach. Drawing from her studies in systems thinking, intersectional feminism, and ecological design, Erin has a unique perspective on the role businesses and nonprofits play in creating a more resilient and equitable future.