Collaborating for Collective Good – The Winning or Whining Formula

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Collaborating for Collective Good – The Winning or Whining Formula

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James Lim, our Lead Strategy Consultant, sharing on “Collaborating for Collective Good – Winning or Whining Formula” at the Singapore Service-Learning Symposium 2018 yesterday.

Thanks, Puar Si Liang for the insights into the trends of volunteerism and how to fuel volunteerism in youth rather than making them feel “oppressed”.

Thanks to Erlinda Heng for the sharing the framework used by Youth Corps to forge positive volunteering experience with sense of purpose, confidence, ownership and belonging.

Thanks to Rebekah Lin for reminding us to make volunteering meaningful by engaging the volunteers’ gifts, talents, interests and what they care and think about (even the love for prata), checking in with them, co-learning about the subject matter with the volunteers.

Thanks to Yin Zhou, for facilitating the conversations around the topic.

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Photos by Singapore University of Social Sciences and Shawn Soh.


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Collaborating for Collective Good – The Winning or Whining Formula

by James Lim
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