Welcome to The Make Good Project podcast, the show that explores the people and trends that are shaping the purpose-driven landscape. Each week, your host Sandra D’Souza will interview influencers and leaders in this space who are making a difference in their communities and the world.
In this inaugural episode, Sandra speaks with April Morganti, Executive Director at Advanced Gerontological Education (AGE), about her position with AGE and what working for a social enterprise truly entails. You will learn why April only hires people who have both passion and the skills to back it up, the importance of creating positive social interactions, and more.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- What it is like working for a social enterprise.
- How April’s company is making a difference in the healthcare world.
- Why Canada is a leader in dementia education.
- The hiring process for April when bringing people onto her team.
- The importance of having passion—and the skills to back it up.
Ideas Worth Sharing:“Trust is everything for me.” - April Morganti Click To Tweet “We really are looking to make a positive difference in the healthcare world.” - April Morganti Click To Tweet “The passion drives the work. However, I think it’s really critical to say if you don’t have the skills, the passion is lovely, but that is maybe better for a volunteer role.” - April Morganti Click To Tweet
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