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What are the Characteristics of Effective Systems Leaders?
In a new blog post, Equal Measure’s Kimberly Edmunds and Harder+Company Community Research’s Mike Matsunaga discuss the growing importance of systems leadership, and the characteristics necessary for leaders of systems change efforts to be effective.
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Advancing Equity in Communities
This series, produced in partnership with Stanford Social Innovation Review, aims to inspire new and inform current conversations about the role of equity in the development and evaluation of philanthropic investments.
- "Community Foundations: An Innovative Model With a High Code of Conduct" https://t.co/k4giqciLxF by Christina Gonzalez, @COF_
- How can community-based cross-sector partnerships engage employers to improve postsecondary outcomes in their commu… https://t.co/R22WlYvFZk
- “Low academic expectations and poor support for special education students are ‘hurting their future’”… https://t.co/GTyTDq3MkL
- "What are the Characteristics of Effective Systems Leaders?" https://t.co/YJrOlheXDi by EqM's Kimberly Edmunds, and… https://t.co/aZ4VB9xtEJ