As a leader, you want to create a workplace where giving—not the monetary kind but the collaborative and supportive kind—is embedded in your culture. This is particularly important in a small-staff organization where employees can often be pulled in numerous directions and feel overwhelmed with everything on their plates.
Reciprocity Rings are a tool that can be utilized to introduce and enforce a culture of giving in any network, nonprofit organization or community. Please join CORE’s September 2nd, Coffee Chat with Nathan Karol from Cardinal Consulting LLC, to learn about Reciprocity Rings and how to use them to build the practice of generosity. Nathan will share his experience using reciprocity rings with small businesses in the Littleton, NH area and offer ideas on how to translate this exercise into a virtual experience.
More about Nathan Karol:
Nathan is a lover of nonprofits, community engagement and smart business. He spent his early career learning the ropes from leaders in the arts, education, hospitality and sales & marketing worlds. He most recently served as the Executive Director of the Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce in Littleton, NH until the COVID-19 crisis put an abrupt end to it. Nathan is currently a member of “CPN3” the third Cohort of the Community Practitioners Network via the NH Charitable Foundation, a multi-year leadership-development program designed to advance the interests of the region by recognizing and investing in local talent. Currently he is working with small businesses and nonprofits in New Hampshire as a consultant while continuing to serve on nonprofit boards and stay connected to the Littleton area community he has grown so fond of since moving to New Hampshire in 2012.
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