Zimbabwe Virtual Resilience Symposium

We invite you to watch the Zimbabwe Virtual Resilience Symposium held Thursday July 30th, 2020 on Developing Human Resilience in Society: The Role of Leaders in Creating the Right Environment. Thank you to co-host Zimpapers TV Network (ZTN) and partners Consolidated Africa Services PVO, ActionAid and the Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund. The Honourable Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe’s Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation and the most decorated Olympian from Africa shared inspiring perspectives. Thank you to presenters General Jeff Buchanan,…

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Feeling Our Way: Supporting the Emotional Needs of our School Communities

Join us Tuesday August 4th, 2020 at 9am PDT/11am CDT as USC Center for Engagement-Driven Global Education (EDGE) invite guests from the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement, National Resilience Institute, and Pearson Online Academy to discuss the emotional and social challenges students face in light of the pandemic. We invite educators, administrators, and parents to attend this webinar and recommend sending a delegate if you are unavailable. Click the link below to register. Zoom Registration: https://uscrossier.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LOOvv4wtTg6pkg9ey3__9Q About the…

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Worldmaker Resilience Expert Eileen McDargh: Strategies to Move through the Pandemic with Strength

Resilience expert and Author Eileen McDargh visited the virtual THRIVE Coffee House to help us move through the COVID pandemic with strength. In this clip, she shares strategies from her books and answers questions from others in the coffee house. Seeking connection, real conversations, and best practices to grow your resilience? Stop by any Friday. We thrive together.

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Police Brutality: We Need to Build Relationships, Not Break Them Down

Weekly chats at the Worldmaker virtual THRIVE Coffee House offer a safe space to talk honestly and process what’s going on in our world. In this brief clip, recorded while racial injustice protests were unfolding around the globe, David Richmond, Worldmaker COO and decorated UK Army veteran, shares his thoughts on police brutality. “Meeting violence with violence only ever escalates matters. It never makes things better. All it does is makes you more enemies. It doesn’t make you any friends.…

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Resiliency Matters - Dr. Mollie Marti with guest Bob Burg, co-author of "The Go-Giver"

Resiliency Matters – Dr. Mollie Marti with guest Bob Burg, co-author of “The Go-Giver”

In this special pandemic edition, Dr. Mollie Marti and Bob Burg, co-author of “The Go-Giver” discuss Five Laws for Success: Value, Compensation, Influence, Authenticity, Receptivity. The Go-Giver Way guides you to create value, touch lives, build networks, be real and stay open. How can these guidelines help in work and life as we maneuver the challenges of the pandemic together? Listen in!

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Resiliency Tool: Who's in Your Pack

Resiliency Tool: Who’s in Your Pack

During this pandemic, not being around those people that we love can be really tough – we are social beings and have the need for connection with others. We think that Rudyard Kipling hit the nail on the head in the Jungle Book when he said ‘the strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack’… what does your wolf pack look like? Today Bob explores that idea and shares a fantastic tool…

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Resilience During COVID-19 - Videos

Resiliency Tool: What’s Your WHY?

As we continue to explore the concept and characteristics of those with strong resilience, it is important to understand what underpins their drive.  Many resilient people have a true appreciation of their WHY; what impact they want to have externally and they are often committed to a cause bigger to them. Having an understanding of your ‘Why’ can help shape direction, meaning, confidence and focus whilst also contributing to building your resilience. What makes you tick? What motivates you throughout…

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Our Story

Our Story

At Worldmaker, we partner with outstanding organizations who are implementing effective capacity building on the ground and providing feedback about what is working and what needs to be improved. These “pockets of excellence” exist around the world. Facilitating active collaboration between them generates greater impact and provides donors with a stronger return on their philanthropic investments. Collaborate. Innovate. Implement. Measure. Improve. Repeat. This is the Worldmaker process. OUR START Our work dates back to 2010 when an American community resiliency…

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