Nadine Hack is the CEO of beCause Global Consulting, a company that provides a wide range of services from leadership development to organizational change management in an effort to create connectedness in our world. Known internationally for using a framework called Strategic Relational Engagement, Nadine was shortlisted by Ethical Corporation as Responsible CEO of the Year. Today she joins the show to share her story and how she started in philanthropy at a very young age.
Listen in Nadine explains the importance immigrants play in building a country, as well as what she wishes more immigrants knew about finance. You will learn the importance of becoming an advocate for policy change—especially if you are in a privileged position of power—and how you can help the immigrants of the future.
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What You'll Learn In Today's Episode:
- When to start teaching your children to be philanthropists.
- The importance of immigrants in building a country.
- What Nadine wishes immigrants knew about finance.
- Why we must become advocates for policy change.
- Nadine’s personal definition of success.
- The greatest gift you can give others.
- What makes having civil conversations so important.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
“Philanthropy is not something you do after you have a lot of money, but it is something you always do." - Nadine Hack
“Immigrants are who build and make a country." - Nadine Hack
“I really feel that the greatest gift you can give is your time, your expertise, your mentoring, and your caring about others who will benefit from having a relationship with you." - Nadine Hack
Resources In Today's Episode:
- Nadine Hack: Website | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
- “Adversaries to Allies” TEDx Talk
- Global Citizens Circle
- Responsible CEO Of The Year Video