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Talent to Spare

Posted By Liza Curcio, Aspen Institute, Friday, November 3, 2017

Talent to spare

By the Global Social Entrepreneurship Network

Do intermediaries “walk the walk” of talent? This project was initiated by the Global So- cial Entrepreneurship Network (GSEN) and the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, two or- ganisations supporting and connecting organisations and individuals in the impact space globally, after having experienced di erent talent challenges themselves as well as seeing many other organisations in the impact sector face talent-related challenges.

THIS RESEARCH WAS CONDUCTED IN 2015–16 WITH THREE PRIMARY GOALS:

To go beyond anecdotal evidence and explore the experiences shared by intermediaries in-depth
To understand the variety of talent challenges these organisations face
To determine possible solutions both for the organisations individually and for the social impact sector as a whole

We conducted 20 interviews and surveyed social leaders from over 50 intermediaries – foundations, social investors, accelerators, incubators and networks representing 20 dif- ferent countries – to start a conversation about talent management and local talent trends. 

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