How to Do Good to Create Social Impact
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How can we create social impact? How can we identify a social problem where we can make a difference? How can we mobilize resources to create social change? And how do we define and measure that social change?
In this session, Professor Stephan Chambers discusses these questions and more and how they relate to new institutions, organizations and mechanisms that aim to create significant social change. He will explore how social entrepreneurs recognize opportunities, how they mobilize resources, how they often use commercial mechanisms for the public good, and how they should always work in partnership with those they seek to help.
Meet the speaker
Professor Stephan Chambers is the inaugural director of the Marshall Institute at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is also Professor in Practice at the Department of Management at LSE and Course Director for the new Executive Masters in Social Business and Entrepreneurship. Stephan was the Co-Founder of the Skoll World Forum, Chair of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, and Director of International Strategy. He is course convenor of LSE’s Online Certificate Course Social Entrepreneurship.
More about this event
This event is part of the LSE Festival’s “Skills for a fast-changing world” series, hosted by LSE Online. LSE experts discuss research trends in their field about the professional skills we need for success. LSE Online makes LSE’s world-leading teaching and research accessible to a global audience. We provide a comprehensive portfolio of online programs to equip you and your organization with the knowledge and skills to advance in an ever-changing world. Discover our courses.
The LSE Festival: How Do We Get to a Post-COVID World? is running from Monday 13 to Saturday 18 June 2022, with a series of events exploring the practical steps we could be taking to shape a better world.
How to Attend
This event is free and open to all, but a ticket is required.Sign Up
Organized By: LSE