Browsing Category: Tri-Sector Leadership

What if leaders from business, government/policy, and the social sector had knowledge and expertise not just within their own fields, but across these other sectors as well? How might these leaders better address not only their own organizational challenges, but also complex social problems that span across sectors, if they were familiar with the language and tools of each other’s fields?

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Global Leadership in Crisis? A Conversation with UVA Deans on Preparing Leaders for the Unique Challenges of the 21st Century

By Joyce Lee and Laura Hennessey MartensModerator: UVA Executive Vice President and Provost Thomas KatsouleasDarden School of Business: Dean Scott BeardsleyUVA School of Law: Dean Risa GoluboffFrank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy: Dean Allan StamWhether addressing humanitarian crises, climate change, or the recent…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Thought Leadership, Tri-Sector Leadership

Event Invitation: Global Leadership in Crisis? A Conversation With UVA Deans on Preparing Leaders for the Unique Challenges of the 21st Century

16 February 2018 at 3 p.m.Abbott Center Auditorium, Darden School of BusinessPresented by the UVA Tri-Sector Leadership Fellows Program Read the full news recap of this event here.How can cross-sector leadership skills help 21st century leaders navigate the complex challenges and disruptive change…

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Past P3 Impact Award Winner, Microsoft, Commits to Bring Internet Access to Two Million Rural Americans

By Laura Hennessey Martens Recently, Microsoft announced plans to reach the 23.4 million rural Americans who currently do not have access to the Internet, committing to provide broadband connectivity to two million under-served Americans over the next five years.The announcement is part of the company’s strategy…

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Events & Activities, Public_Private Partnerships, Tri-Sector Leadership

The Value of a Tri-Sector Leadership Perspective: A Session with Shamina Singh, President of Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

By Lisa Stewart Prior to becoming a student at the UVA Darden School, Catherine Melsheimer served as a staff member in Congress and worked on political campaigns. Now in her second year of the MBA program, Catherine is a member of the UVA Tri-Sector Leadership Fellows program where she…

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Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

Top Leaders, Students Discuss Global Challenges in Second Year of UVA Tri-Sector Leadership Fellows Program

Cross-sector leadership means being able to predict how those from other disciplines will approach a problem, understanding why they approach it that way, and being able to inform strategic decisions with knowledge of those other disciplines, according to Morgan Lingar, a graduate student fellow participating in the University of…

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Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

An Interview with Former Tri-Sector Leadership Fellow Rhett Ricard

As branding consultant and thought leader Simon Mainwaring once said:”We need to develop and disseminate an entirely new paradigm and practice of collaboration that supersedes the traditional silos that have divided governments, philanthropies and private enterprises for decades and replace it with networks of partnerships working together to create…

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Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

An Interview with Former Tri-Sector Leadership Fellow, Mint Kanokrat Namasondhi

What do some of our world’s most complex problems have in common? (Think natural disaster relief or global climate change, for example). For starters, these types of challenges cannot be adequately addressed without engaging and collaborating across multiple sectors – government, business and non-profit – solving them, together. This means…

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