Implications from The Work of Hope can be applied across a variety of channels – from how President Obama engages with Republicans in the House and ways in which religious organizations can better communicate with potential followers, to steps corporations can take to have a more meaningful impact in a community and ways individuals can see and hear one another amid all of the noise and acrimony in our society.
The Work of Hope was funded by the Kettering Foundation and published by the Kettering Foundation Press, with a foreword from its president, David Mathews.
Following the release of The Work of Hope, Rich will embark on a 2013 national community tour in which he will speak to audiences on how they can turn outward toward their community to make greater impact and create positive change. For more information on the book or tour, visit workofhope.theharwoodinstitute.org.
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