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Sometimes worshipped, sometimes maligned, culture is potent but inscrutable. In the social purpose space, culture is doubly important, because our organizations exist not simply to make a profit for shareholders but to make an impact in the world. Part of that impact includes how we treat each other while working to create change. In our strategy work with social impact organizations, nearly every engagement we have involves culture in some way, shape, or form. So what is it? How can you harness it? And what if your culture is creating headwinds instead of tailwinds?
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Applying for a job is a rather challenging task, many people spend so much time on making their resume seem good, that they never pay much attention to draft a proper cover letter. What most people do not know is that if your cover letter is not well drafted and concise , it is unlikely that anyone is even going to read your cover letter. Problem solving skills is the ability to find the root or cause of the problem and applying an effective solution to solve it.
You start a business with an idea , a product or a service. But you can't grow it without people. Creating a great culture --that puts people first and gives them opportunities--is paramount. And this isn't a new idea. I was watching the documentary Silicon Cowboys on Netflix last week, the story of how three guys from Houston created Compaq in