One of the greatest innovations of American culture is a long-standing, vibrant, self-governing civil society where people associate freely to form healthy social connections and to overcome barriers to opportunity. The role of business in society is to help people improve their lives by providing products and services they value more highly than their alternatives and do so responsibly while consuming fewer resources. Further, business can play a critical part in a society where all people can achieve their true potential.
As a Director, Institution of Business you will work to translate vision and strategy into actionable plans with prioritized goals and objectives. You will help develop and promote our vision of what the role of business in society can be. Your primary responsibility will be to partner with our priority initiative and capability leaders to develop, facilitate, and implement knowledge channels and processes that position the team with the right information to make optimal decisions related to the role of business in society.
We seek to encourage businesses to lean in more on where they can help create more value for society, discourage bad behavior and change the way entrepreneurs and business leaders approach their responsibilities, and foster the next generation of principled entrepreneurs. We believe in a society of equal rights, mutual benefit, openness, and self actualization and know that business has an absolutely critical role to play in ensuring these pillars stand strong for generations to come. When business fulfills its proper role in society, all people can have the opportunity to rise and achieve their true potential. Come join the Stand Together philanthropic community as we foster a national conversation about these ideas, advancing academic research and applied policy solutions to foster a more robust civil society.
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We are excited to announce that our philanthropic community will now be known as Stand Together – a name that defines who we are, what we do, and why. It’s also a call to action: we invite anyone who shares our optimism for the future to stand together to help every person rise.
We work with: Nonprofit leaders at over 100 community-based groups. Over 700 of the country’s most effective business leaders and philanthropists. Over 1,000 professors at 350 universities. Tens of thousands of K-12 teachers. And millions of grassroots activists in 35 states. We’ve united to move toward a society where people succeed by helping others, so that everyone has the opportunity to realize their extraordinary potential.
Working at Stand Together is different from many other organizations. We have a relentless commitment to a culture based on a business philosophy called Market Based Management® (MBM®). Informed by the principles that allow a free and open society to flourish, MBM® prepares individuals to innovate, improve, and transform while fostering a healthy, growing organization that creates long-term value for its clients and supporters and fulfillment for its employees.
We believe that diversity in experiences, perspectives, knowledge and ideas fuels creativity, broadens knowledge, and helps drive success. That’s why we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer and strive to treat all employees and applicants with honesty, dignity, respect and sensitivity. We welcome all qualified applicants regardless of color, race, religion, religious creed, sex, gender or gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, ancestry, age, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy (including medical needs which may arise from pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), military and veteran status, genetic information, marital or familial status, political affiliation, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.