How you give matters. Discover philanthropic strategies for creating transformational change.
Whether you regularly donate to charity, run a small family foundation, or are responsible for millions of dollars in grants, you are a philanthropist. Delusional Altruism: Why Philanthropists Fail To Achieve Change and What They Can Do To Transform Giving looks at how you can create transformational change. It reminds us that how we give is as important as the amount we give. The author describes common practices that hinder transformational change and explains how to avoid them, ensuring that your gifts help create the impact you seek.
Delusional Altruism--a set of all-too-common errors in philanthropic strategy--can derail a program of giving and result in a loss of efficiency and effectiveness. This book asks philanthropists and charitable organizations to consider whether they have fallen under the spell of Delusional Altruism. Are you cutting out impactful giving in order to save money or avoid uncertainty? Is your philanthropic approach unnecessarily restricted by traditional thinking? This book will help you answer these questions and determine how you can achieve better outcomes through the process of Transformational Giving.
- Ask questions that spur learning and fuel innovation
- Believe that investment in yourself and your operation is important
- Increase the speed of your actions to increase the impact of your giving
- Give in ways that create lasting, sustainable change
- Follow strategies to make your philanthropy unstoppable
Although enhanced opportunities for philanthropic giving are on the horizon, changes to philanthropic practice are needed to prevent this philanthropy boom from becoming under-leveraged. Implementing updated approaches now can lead to positive change for the future. Read Delusional Altruism to learn how you can transform reality with strategic giving.
- ISBN-13: 9781119606062
- ISBN-10: 1119606063
- Publisher: Wiley
- Publish Date: March 2020
- Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Page Count: 256