“This is the most evil thing I’ve ever heard.”
That was some years ago. Today, the reaction to Boschee’s approach
to marrying mission and money is much more positive. Now, far more
people want to spend time learning how to do this rather than arguing
whether or not to do it. And learn they will.
This presentation showcases Boschee’s understanding of the
intricacies of social entrepreneurship, augmented by his warm and
humorous delivery style. The end result is a powerful lesson in making
good things happen for good organizations.
This course will enable you
- To understand why nonprofits are adopting entrepreneurial
- To learn the critical success factors identified by
pioneers in the field
- To learn how to use a special decision-making tool to sort
through everything an organization does from both a mission
and earned income perspective
The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs
Jerr has spent the past 25 years as an advisor to social
entrepreneurs in the U.S. and abroad. He helped start The
National Center for Social Entrepreneurs, served as President
and CEO from 1990 to 1999, and is now the Founder and Executive
Director of the Institute for Social Entrepreneurs. He is a
frequent writer, speaker, and trainer.