Choosing To Do Positive Work

This section focuses on people who choose to do positive work that helps people or the planet.

It also provides practical tools and exercises that people can use in their own ways.

H is for Neil Hawkes: Values-based Education in Schools

Neil Hawkes has helped many children, parents and teachers to build values-based schools. This approach has produced positive results in terms of children’s calmness, caring and academic results.

Many parents want their children to Read more

M is for Menlo Innovations: Building An Intentionally Joyful Culture

Menlo Innovations attracts many people who want to understand its culture. Many of these successful ideas are contained in Richard Sheridan’s book Joy, Inc.

Below are excerpts from the organisation’s website. You can discover Read more

G is for Richard Gerver: Enabling People To Fulfil Their Potential

Richard became known for his pioneering work as Head of Grange Primary School, Long Eaton, UK. Previously seen as failing, the school was transformed into one considered a beacon in the field of Read more

A is for All Kinds Of Minds: Enabling All Students To Learn

All Kinds Of Minds is dedicated to enabling all students to learn. Is has a clear philosophy that it has translated into practical tools. It says:

All Kinds Of Minds has articulated a set Read more

K is for Kids Are Heroes: Encouraging Kids To Build A Better World

Kids Are Heroes® aims to be an incubator for very young social entrepreneurs. It says:

We provide a gateway to leadership and compassion for all children. We believe kids are heroes and each one Read more

P is for The Partnership For 21st Century Skills

The Partnership For 21st Century Skills in the United States has a clear mission. It aims:

To serve as a catalyst to position 21st century readiness at the center of US K12 education by Read more

T is for Toybank: Giving Back The Right To Childhood

Toybank is a non-profit organisation that aims to provide toys to all children. It vision is a world where all children have a happy and healthy childhood.

Below are excerpts from its Read more

K is for Kanchi: Unleashing The Abilities Of People With Disabilities

Kanchi is a social enterprise that works to unleash the abilities of the one billion people in the world with a disability.

Below are excerpts from its website. You can discover more via the Read more

D is for Bryan Dik: Finding And Following Your Calling

During the past 50 years many people have focused on helping others to find or create meaningful work.

The pioneers have included Bernard Haldane, Frank Parsons, Richard Bolles and many others. Many Read more

L is for Liberation Chocolate: Rehabilitating Child Soldiers

Sheikh A. Turay founded Liberation Chocolate in Liberia. Below are excerpts from its website. You can discover more via the following link.

http://liberationchocolate.com/

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