Towards Strategic Philanthropy
We are pleased to present the first podcast of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, "Vers une philanthropie stratégique" ("Towards Strategic Philanthropy")!
Through the testimonies of 10 French philanthropists and the insights of professors Anne-Claire Pache and Arthur Gautier, each of the 5 episodes of this series illustrates the different dimensions of strategy in philanthropy. In their book Vers une philanthropie stratégique (Towards Strategic Philanthropy) published by Odile Jacob in 2020, Professors Peter Frumkin, Anne-Claire Pache and Arthur Gautier have adapted Peter Frumkin's book The Essence of Strategic Giving (2010) to the French context. Because philanthropy is above all a story of men and women, this podcast gives voice to these concepts, embodies the diversity of possible approaches and shows how a philanthropic strategy is concretely built.
Discover without further delay the first episodes of this new series!
The podcast is only available in French.
Discover the episodes of "Towards Strategic Philanthropy"
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The Philanthropy Chair's podcasts need your help to gain visibility and impact a wider audience.
Increasing the awareness of our podcasts is also an excellent way for you to contribute to raising the profile of philanthropy and to work towards a better understanding of the phenomenon in society in general.
Below are 4 ways you can help us raise awareness of the Philanthropy Chair's podcasts.
1. Subscribe to the podcasts
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Then, simply click on the logo of the listening platform of your choice and click on the "Subscribe" button under the title of the podcast on that platform.
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By leaving 5 stars or a "Like" for our podcasts "Towards Philanthropic Strategy" or "Philanthropy in question(s)" on the platform(s) of your choice, you increase the chances that they will be suggested for listening by new people. This is a very valuable help.
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There's nothing like a review on a platform like Apple Podcast, Spotify, Soundcloud, Deezer or Podcast Addict to boost the visibility of a podcast and invite passing listeners to listen to one or more episodes!
A positive review will act as word of mouth to a wider audience and encourage people to take a closer look at philanthropy to better understand it and its issues.
To do this, on the Apple Podcast platform, click on the "Write a review" link below the star rating. Here is a link to help you if you are not familiar with the process. On other platforms, there is usually a space to leave a review, as in the example below from SoundCloud.
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