The leaders of charitable teams are responsible for empowering their staff. While many of them cite that it was a sense of duty and the desire to make a difference as the primary reason for taking the job, these leaders must be able to balance their personal drives and daily execution with the strategic and transformational goals set out to maximize the impact of the organization. While resource constraint is a reality, there is a fruitful strategy currently being used by the most innovative leaders to unleash the inner-power of their team members.
Every online interaction -- from purchases on Amazon, to pages liked on Facebook -- create a highly personalized individual profile, and this profile is constantly changing and being updated the more individual data is gathered. In fact, the concept of having “online lives” is one that is becoming more tailored, and much more prominent due to this collection of big data.