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21/64 Book Club Review: Unlocking the Magic of FacilitationType: Book Review
AUTHOR: Sam Killerman REVIEWER: Jillian Wagenheim, Founder & Principal, Sertus Consulting Farrah Azizi, Private Philanthropy Advisor, Give Great Group BOOK LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Unlocking-Magic-Facilitation-Concepts-Didnt-ebook/dp/B01B0RV4WY REVIEW: “To the wary and the passionate” is the opening dedication of the July 2018 selection of the 21/64 National Book Club, Unlocking the Magic of Facilitation, by Sam Killermann and Meg Bolger…
Addressing the Taboo: Talking About Money in Family PhilanthropyType: Article
When we work with philanthropic families in our multigenerational and next generation engagement practice at 21/64, family members share their values, their vision and their philanthropic passions and grantmaking. Grantmaking is many things to many people, but it is fundamentally about the transfer of money. In our work with families, it often makes us wonder about…
Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the WorldType: Book Review
AUTHOR: Anand Giridharadas BOOK LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Winners-Take-All-Charade-Changing/dp/0451493249 REVIEWER: Jillian Wagenheim, Founder & Principal, Sertus Consulting Farrah Azizi, Private Philanthropy Advisor, Give Great Group REVIEW: Possibly one of the most anticipated conversations we have hosted to date, in March 2019 the Book Club discussed Anand Giridharadas’ book, Winners Take All. An equally thought-provoking yet divisive read, participants…