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Learning From the Future

Learning From the Future

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This monograph represents the summary and synthesis of GHC Conversation 2011—our third gathering of its kind. Fourteen social sector and philanthropy executives gathered on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in late March 2011. We accepted as the platform for our thinking in 2011 the notion of learning from the future: the personal, organizational, community, and societal interrelationships that will most deeply shape the practice and promise of philanthropy in the year 2030. As in previous years, participants were asked in advance to write and submit an original essay on one aspect of what they believe we must learn from the future. Each essay coaxed the author out of his/her current "moment" and forced a short walk with uncertainty. This step was essential to moving participants away from techniques and models and more toward personal "openings."
This monograph represents the summary and synthesis of GHC Conversation 2011—our third gathering of its kind. Fourteen social sector and philanthropy executives gathered on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in late March 2011. We accepted as the platform for our thinking in 2011 the notion of learning from the future: the personal, organizational, community, and societal interrelationships that will most deeply shape the practice and promise of philanthropy in the year 2030. As in previous years, participants were asked in advance to write and submit an original essay on one aspect of what they believe we must learn from the future. Each essay coaxed the author out of his/her current "moment" and forced a short walk with uncertainty. This step was essential to moving participants away from techniques and models and more toward personal "openings."

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Published by: garyhubbell on Sep 28, 2011
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© 2011 Gary Hubbell ConsultingThis is copyrighted material. All rights reserved.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons copyright that allows the copying,distribution, and display of this material if credit is given to the authors.This license is classified as an Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States Licenses.
 
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Annually, Gary Hubbell Consulting convenes and hosts a small hand-picked group ofsocial sector professionals from throughout North America for three days of intensedialogue and critical thinking. We strive to create a thought-provoking, mind-opening, andstimulating conversation about philanthropy, organizational leadership, and social sectorchange. This deep exploration of the nature and challenges of the philanthropicenvironment is intended to engage, inform, and inspire senior leaders to be catalysts forchange in their own organizations and communities of influence. With each GHC
Conversation
 , we seek to establish the seeds of a continuing and enriching network thatnourishes us as individuals and helps each of us change how we converse, inspire, and seeknew dimensions of philanthropy.

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