This webinar will explore:
- A yardstick for donors to assess the potential of philanthropic ventures
- A new method for nonprofit leaders to analyze and compare program opportunities to better allocate their limited resources
- A visual framework for impact investors to evaluate the impact potential of companies in their portfolio
- Important impact dimensions to keep in mind for those looking to work in an impact-focused role
Do you have a hard time explaining to people what social impact is, how it comes about, and how to quantify it? Now there is help. The Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business at Stanford University has examined the elements to consider when gauging impact potential, identified six key dimensions, and crafted a visual representation to explain them: The Impact Compass.
In this webinar, the Center’s Director Bernadette Clavier and Neil Malhotra, the Edith M. Cornell Professor of Political Economy in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, will share the framework they developed and how you can leverage it. You will leave this webinar with a blueprint that can help you prioritize your organization’s programs, determine where to invest philanthropic assets, better analyze seed-stage venture deals, and figure out your next career move.The panel will be moderated by David V. Johnson, senior editor of Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Ask the speakers questions during the webinar to explore this topic further. You are also welcome to join the LinkedIn group where the presenters will be answering additional questions after the webinar broadcast.
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Price for this webinar: $55. This price includes access to the live webinar and unlimited access to the recorded webinar video and downloadable slides for twelve months.
Neil Malhotra is the Edith M. Cornell professor of political economy in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He also holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Political Science at the university. He serves as the Louise and Claude N. Rosenberg, junior director of the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford GSB. He has authored over 60 articles on numerous topics including American politics, political behavior, and survey methodology. His research has been published in the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Politics, Science, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, among other outlets. He currently serves as an associate editor of Public Opinion Quarterly and the Journal of Experimental Political Science. He received his master’s and Ph.D. in political science from Stanford University, where he was the Melvin & Joan Lane Stanford Graduate Fellow. He received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University.
Edith M. Cornell Professor of Political Economy, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Bernadette Clavier is the director of the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business which educates insightful leaders for social and environmental change. Committed to entrepreneurial innovation and sustainable practices, Bernadette Clavier put ten years of marketing leadership experience creating category winners in the private sector to the service of higher education programs that seek to advance solutions to the world’s global problems. During her time in academia, she has explored multiple avenues to social progress including nonprofit leadership, philanthropy, impact investing, and responsible business. She has coached numerous students to find their personal path to impact and social entrepreneurs to launch successful ventures. She sits on the board of ICSF, a nonprofit consulting organization that supports the scaling of social ventures and advocates for climate change action as part of the Climate Reality Project.
Director, Center for Social Innovation, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
David V. Johnson
David V. Johnson is senior editor of Stanford Social Innovation Review. He is a former philosophy professor turned journalist with more than a decade of experience as an editor and writer. Previously, he was senior opinion editor at Al Jazeera America, where he edited the op-ed section of the news channel’s website. Earlier in his career, he served as online editor at Boston Review and research editor at San Francisco magazine the year it won a National Magazine Award for general excellence. He has written for The New York Times, USA Today, The New Republic, Bookforum, Aeon, Dissent and The Baffler, among other publications. He has taught at Stanford University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). David earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from Stanford University, a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University, a master’s degree in classics from Cambridge University, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and history from the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Berkeley, Calif.
Senior Editor, Stanford Social Innovation Review