Foundations for Change

Businesses, Governments & NGOs Scaling Impact Together

With Caleb McClennen, Zarinés Negrón, David Salpeter

Thursday, November 18, 2010 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM

CREDIT: Sarolta Bán (CC).
Carnegie New Leaders


In today's globalized economy, organizations of all types are collaborating to achieve shared objectives. Few corporations can succeed in new markets without incorporating a deep understanding of local and regional challenges—social, environmental or cultural—into their strategy. Few not-for-profits have the infrastructure to scale the impact of solutions and expertise they have developed. And governments are often in need of investment, innovation, and knowledge that is often only available in the business and not-for-profit space.

Today, it is foundational for businesses, NGOs, and governments to expand their impact by collaborating. Unfortunately, the leadership skills needed to successfully navigate between all three types of organizations are rarely developed and even more rarely defined.

Caleb McClennen, Zarinés Negrón, and David Salpeter will facilitate an interactive discussion among Carnegie New Leaders to identify and address these skills gaps. Please come prepared to discuss what you see as critical elements of successfully engaging between these distinct types of organizations and the strategies that will enable our future leaders to seamlessly interact with any type of organization.

Policy Innovations
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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FREE for Carnegie New Leaders and one-time FREE admission for their invited guests. Please provide the guest's name, title, affiliation, and email address upon registration. Non-Members $25.

RSVP and payment in advance required. Seating is limited. To register, please contact Stefanie Ambrosio by phone (212) 838-4120 or email:

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