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Paul Godfrey Presentation at SECFC13

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How to invest for impact

How to invest for impact

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  • Recent HBS study: over 1.4 Million Non-profits. That doesn’t even include the thousands of for-profit social enterprises. If we look at the Census data for social entrepreneurship, we’d estimate about 1 Million for profits.
  • A traditional maxim for choosing companies to back. Early stage, back jockeys, later stage, back horses.
  • Another maxim for picking winners. Of the three, Character counts most, then competence, then confidence.
  • Have you heard this one?
  • Autonomy: A deep respect for the individuals or groups being served, not just people we are trying to help.
  • Real choices. More than just to participate or not
  • The only way to truly close the loop
  • Training is the foundation of self-efficay
  • Feedback
  • Number of repetitions allowed to build mastery
  • Respect for the past
  • Rich details about current plans and challenges
  • Realistic expectations and timelines for the future
  • Passion. A sense of calling
  • A clear direction
  • Character and identity
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    • 1. How to invest for impact: Picking Winners Paul C. Godfrey William and Roceil Low Professor of Business Strategy Marriott School of Management Social Enterprise Crowd Funding Conference September, 2013 Snowbird, Utah
    • 2. Sooo many options
    • 3. Horses or Jockeys?
    • 4. Character, Competence, or Confidence?
    • 5. Invest for impact!
    • 6. Who creates impact?
    • 7. Those who create self-reliance!
    • 8. Self-reliance is . . .
    • 9. A collection of Assets, acquired through
    • 10. A set of defined behaviors, driven by
    • 11. A set of cognitions
    • 12. Cognitions = Beliefs, attitudes, and perspectives
    • 13. 3 are key
    • 14. 1. Responsibility
    • 15. A moral obligation
    • 16. 2. Self-efficacy
    • 17. A psychological trait
    • 18. 3. A long-term view
    • 19. An intuitive perspective
    • 20. Pick organizations that develop self-reliance!
    • 21. How can I tell?
    • 22. Responsibility: The 3 As
    • 23. Autonomy
    • 24. Agency
    • 25. Accountability
    • 26. Self-efficacy: The 3 Ts
    • 27. Training
    • 28. Talking
    • 29. Time
    • 30. Long Term View: The 3 Rs
    • 31. Respect
    • 32. Richness
    • 33. Realism
    • 34. Mission: The 3 Vs
    • 35. Vocation
    • 36. Vision
    • 37. Values
    • 38. Assessment: The 3 Ms
    • 39. Mission Motivated Measures!
    • 40. Diligence: the key to due diligence
    • 41. Good Luck and Happy Hunting!

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