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Nonprofits and the Drama Triangle

At Foundation for Global Scholars, our commitment to being a conscious organization means noticing where we are operating unconsciously or at a low level of consciousness.   Here’s an example. I first heard the term “donor fatigue” in 2015, and it resonated with me. Although I’m in the business of fundraising, and I love to support people and causes, even I ...
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congratulations to fgs’ winter-spring 2016 scholarship recipients

Neida Ahmad Home University: University of Arizona Major: Spanish & Psychology ‘17 Studying In: Alcalá de Henares, Spain As a bilingual child, growing up in a Pakistani family, Neida aspires to create more inclusive learning environments for young bilingual and ESL students. Neida says, “I want to be able to change the way we look at bilingualism in education. It should be treated ...
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Endless Possibilities for FGS ‘Fiji Changemaker Scholarship’ Recipient

If there is a single word that sums up the Foundation for Global Scholars, it is ‘evolution.’ In 2015, FGS evolved its mission and vision, introducing the GRIT Program and changing from a scholarship-only program for college students to a leadership and scholarship organization for 18-30 year olds. But even before this year, FGS has been an organization in transition, ...
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Integrating Conscious Leadership into a Large Organization

Integrating Conscious Leadership into a Large Organization  It’s one thing to talk about creating a culture of conscious leadership into an organization. It is quite another to actually do it. In our ongoing exploration of conscious leadership, we spoke with Tod Tappert about the process that Greenville Health System in South Carolina is implementing to integrate conscious leadership into this ...
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