Recently I was interviewed for the Wharton Business Radio Show, Dollars and Change.
It’s great to see a leading, Ivy League University putting resources into developing social impact initiatives like this.
As it’s a paid-for service, I can’t link to the actual 30-minute interview, but I’ve put details at the bottom of this article as to how you can sign up for a free trial if you’d like to listen.
What I can do is share four interesting points that came up from the interview.
Question: We’ve heard about your Beer-to-Beer Social Enterprise Learning Journey. This sounds amazing. We want to join. Can you tell us a bit more about it?
Answer: As I’ve said before, your friends are amazing, but you don’t always have the chance to learn from them. Sure, you can go out with them for a beer on a Friday night, but why not go out on a fun journey with them, and actually learn something new at the same time?
That’s what the Impact Hub Crawl is all about. Not just peer-to-peer learning, but Beer-to-Beer learning! Here’s a video to explain more from my last Impact Hub Crawl, Beer-to-Beer social enterprise learning experience: