Social impact holds a special place in our hearts, because it’s where our founders got their start. The social sector bristles with big thinkers who seek to shock the system in order to drive widespread change and betterment. It is a sector helmed by visionary alchemists — people who create something from nothing. They create like artists; they drive like executives; they inspire movements like revolutionaries.
Move Beyond Just Getting Things Done
You’re a leader in the third sector. You’re doing the work that holds the social fabric of this country together.
This is more than just “work” for you, and it always has been. It’s a driving force that makes up who you are. You are surrounded by people whose passion is similar, and it’s up to you to grow and develop those individuals into the people the world needs more of. You must go beyond just getting things done — even big things — and dig into the practice of developing the capacity and the potential of others.
Roy Group’s practices develop leadership competencies that build bridges within your team and drive better conversations with other charitable groups, with your donors, in the granting arena, and at the board room table. We tool you up so that you and your team can function as a communicative, forward-moving, silo-breaking machine bent on creating change.
Whether you send a few sharp-shooters to one of our open courses, bring us in to work in-house with your entire team, or co-create a series of learning retreats to plan your next steps, we look forward to helping to develop the finest leadership qualities in you and your team.
Why Roy Group Chooses To Work In Social Impact
Our practitioners admire and are energized by the kind of people who like to shake it up. You sense a need in the wider world and something inside you says, I can’t tolerate the fact that there is nothing in place to serve this need. So you go create it — and you take accountability for it. We love that.
We also recognize that the third sector accounts for an enormous amount of social and economic impact in a given region, and drives billions of dollars in revenue and jobs. You’re running a key piece of the economy. You need to run it well.