Part Two of a Four-Part Series
In the first installment of this series, Engage introduced concepts surrounding Care Circles and how they are formed and managed. A Care Circle is an informally-created, often-spontaneous group of people who come together in support of a person, cause, community or event. But in our new technology-driven world, how are these circles formed and governed? How is the resulting service focused, measured and networked in order to maximize impacts? In the second article in this series, authors Todd McMullin with Dana Litwin and Joan Cardellino explore the underlying psychology of human engagement, the social trends that are driving change, and how volunteerism must adjust in order to ride the waves of change.